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Which of the following is a trait of the third-person limited narrator?

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  1. anonymous
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    Which of the following is a trait of the third-person limited narrator? It does not provide any character's viewpoint in a literary work, but rather provides detail about the setting and the plot. It provides the viewpoint of a single character and reveals information only through that character's perspective. It provides the viewpoints of only the main characters and provides considerable information about the main character's motivations. It uses only the viewpoints of the supporting characters in a literary work to describe the main character. It can provide the viewpoints of all the characters in a literary work, but in a limited manner.

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    It provides the viewpoint of a single character and reveals information only through that character's perspective.

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