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Read this sentence from Langston Hughes's "Gumption": "You can't live on gumption," I said, trying to be practical. This sentence an example of which point of view? A. first-person B. third-person omniscient C. third-person limited D. second-person helpp yoo

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  1. paulalovee
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    @imqwerty

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    First person. The only two that could be possible here are first and second. The reason it isn't second is because, though there are second-person words, they're in dialogue

  3. paulalovee
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    lol thxx

  4. paulalovee
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    not u qwerty lmao

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