I am writing a novel, about 10 pages in when I was struck with an idea. I've been using the third person perspective because I have 3 different groups of characters ill be bouncing around while writing. A group of individuals who work for a tyrannical governmental organizatiom A group of individuals who are in a rebellion against the organization. And a group who want no part of either but keep getting dragged into situations where they will eventually have to choose. My idea is can I use multiple perspectives to tell you how I think the characters should be portrayed. Id use the first person when talking about the unaffiliated group, to give the reader a sense of intimacy, make them feel human. When I talk about the rebellious group id use a close 3rd person perspective so the reader still gets an idea how the characters are feeling. And when I talk about those working for the tyrannical government id use an analytical distant 3rd person perspective writing everything as if it was a someone telling you what happened but not putting any emotion into it to make them feel dehumanizing to the reader. And as the group of unaffiliated people are drawn to or from the good side or the bad side id start shifting the naration to those perspectives. I want to know if you guys would think this would be a clever idea, or do you think it would be to jarring for the reader.