The thesis statement should relay your main argument about the writer’s use of point of view and what effect that has on some other aspect of the narrative.For example, you might notice that a first-person perspective might be too limiting because it only presents one character's feelings.First-person is typically used in narrative writing.
The first-person narrator relays the story using “I,” showing the reader what he is seeing and experiencing throughout the story.
As mentioned above, a narrative or descriptive essay may be written in first-person.
A business memo may address someone directly, so second-person would be appropriate.
Some professors may also ask you to write descriptive essays from your own (first-person) point of view.
Application and scholarship essays are typically written in first-person point of view as well.