But not all that conflicted...? I have a general idea of which POV this story should be told from, but I'm usually very indecisive about how I should handle certain elements of a story that require commitment throughout after finishing those first few paragraphs. So I wanted to get a consensus. Scenario: chamber drama (one very confined setting) driven by only two characters that share a very dark past. One of these characters is resentful toward the other but tries to mask it, terribly. The second is completely detached from reality and relies on the "resentful" character for their daily needs. That's a slither of it. How would you lot go about deciding which POV to use here? First, second or third? Whichever variations of each. I'll be honest and say that I'm inclined toward first person from my "resentful" character's POV (for intimacy and exposition purposes) but I've never written a novella before...so I'm unsure of which direction to take. Help?