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KaupKel

  • 3 years ago

If a narrator is outside the story and expresses the thoughts and feelings of more than one character, what is the point of view?

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  1. misszippy7
    • 3 years ago
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    "Third-person narrator views: Omniscient (the narrator takes us inside the character[s] Selective omniscient or limited omniscient (the narrator takes us inside one or two characters) Objective (the narrator is outside the characters)" ------------- I would say third-person omniscient but like I said on your other question.. I don't quite understand these..

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