Hey guys, first post here as I have a qestion I'm dying to know the answer to. I'm working on a story about a community, a strong sense of community being the theme. There are three characters I want to use for the main characters for various reasons, including a sense of community (more than one), and I'm having a hard time figuring out how to go about telling their backgrounds. In a first draft I wrote the first three chapters, each chapter from the point of view of each individual until their paths met, then I wrote from one charcter's point of view to keep from jumping back and forth as there was no longer a need to do so. There's really no need to tell this story from three different points of view, so I could tell it solely from the main protagonist's point of view. My question is, if I do that, how can I go about introducing large sections of the other two's back stories without changing to their point of view. It's important their backstory be told, but I'd like to keep it from a singular viewpoint. Thank you in advance.