We've all read many works, what are your opinions on a novel having the protagonist's point of view being a first person narrative, but later switching to a Third Person narrative when dealing with roles of the supporting characters? I've read books that have done this, but have also found that they generally do it with the protagonist in first person, and possibly the antagonist and one or two supporting characters. I have the several chapters dealing with my protagonist written as third person, and i can't help but think that i might have more fun and appeal to the reader more if I change it to first person. My main problem with this is that I also have many others chapters written, set in third person, dealing with supporting characters. So my actual questions, how many of you as writers have rewritten something from one point of view to another with success? Also, have you read anything recently where a similar angle was taken and did you like it or not? I apologize if something similar has appeared on this forum before, but in searching i found no real answers.