In second person point of view, the narrator tells the story to another character
using "you"; the story is being told through the addressee's point of view. Second person is the least commonly used POV in fiction, though there are a few examples. Tom Robbins's Half Asleep in Frog Pajamas
is one example of a novel told in second person. Many of the stories in Lorrie Moore's book Self-Help
are also written in the second person. The following example of second person comes from her story "How to Become a Writer,":
The next semester the writing professor is obsessed with writing from personal experience. You must write from what you know, from what has happened to you. He wants deaths, he wants camping trips. Think about what has happened to you. in three years there have been three things: you lost your virginity; your parents got divorced; and your brother came home from a forest ten miles from the Cambodian border with only half a thigh, a permanent smirk nestled into one corner of his mouth.