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Which two statements correctly identify the effect that a switch in narration from third-person omniscient to third-person limited has on a story? The switch in narration increases the proximity of the narrator to the main character. The true details about past and future events are more easily shown to the reader. The reader can perceive information only through the filter of a single character. The inner thoughts of all the characters are revealed to the reader by the narrator.

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