There is nothing like the first person plural for a bit of revenge, is there?
What does FPP stand for?
FPP stands for First Person Plural (various organizations)
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of FPP
We have 183 other meanings of FPP in our Acronym Attic
- Final Pricing Principle (Zealand)
- Financial Planning Professional
- Financial Planning Program
- Financial Project Planning
- Finished Pharmaceutical Product
- fire protection program
- Firepower Potential
- First Passage Percolation (mathematics)
- First Past the Post
- First Person Perspective
Samples in periodicals archive:
Interestingly, the suppressed first person plural narrator we've come to associate with the author is only on display in about half of these stories.
Five other works being performed from the BBC Writers' Room include In Two Minds by Tim Harries; Hayley Davis's Would Like To Meet; Claire Cogan's The Leprechaun Diaries; Jenny Morton Potts' First Person Plural and Judy Upton's Dusa.
We wish Register-Guard sports columnist George Schroeder would stop using the first person plural when describing his own observations.
He writes in first person plural from the point of view of "we" and "us," immediately drawing the reader in as a member of the group.
The switch from speaking in the first person plural to the first person singular ("we sat" to "if I forget you") is also highly characteristic of Hebrew poetry, where, for example, God is often directly addressed and then referred to in the third person.
Outside of this book, the only story I've read with a first person plural point-of-view is Faulkner's "A Rose for Emily.