Could you help me with this comment below about POV? I can’t comprehend it at all. Am I thick, or has the writer got a wrong slant on what POV is all about? To put the comment in context, there had earlier been a discussion between myself and the writer, about prepositions. It revolved around whether a person standing on a wharf viewed the entrance to a harbour or of a harbour. The sentence that raised the issue went like this: “The Port Authority Office in [town name] is situated on a wide quay facing the entrance of the harbour”. That sentence was the opening sentence to a story. There was nothing else. But it is all totally irrelevant here. My query is not about prepositions but about POV. That is worth repeating: I’m not interested in whether one should use to or of. My enquiry relates to POV. Is the writer talking rubbish about POV or am I thick? Here’s the comment: “I am placing the narrator in the harbour, that is where the voice is coming from, he has just been describing the interior of the harbour (Me – no he hasn’t; these are the only words) so that is where the narrator’s POV is situated. Therefore the entrance is to the Mediterranean and of the harbour. If the narrator was outside the harbour the entrance would be to the harbour.” Is the writer talking rubbish about POV or am I thick? Thanks in advance for your help.