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As a writer, you get to shape your reader’s point of view. Through strategic use of descriptive detail and sensory language, you filter your reader’s perception of a character, setting, or event. When you guide your reader using careful word choice, you provide them with a subjective description—in other words, a description based on the dominant impression you wish them to have.