• paulalovee
How does the choice of point of view in "Gumption" affect readers' experience of the story? A. Readers glimpse life as the narrator sees it. B. Readers can objectively compare characters in the story. C. Readers know what the characters think and feel. D. Readers can easily identify the theme of the story. oml someone hepl pleaseeeee lolz
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  • anonymous
It would be A. 1st person, which is what this is in, is basically reading as if you were the character. Use of "I," "we," and "me" are identifiers of it (sometimes "we" can be other points of view though). So in 1st person point of view, you get to see what the main character thinks and feels, as well as sees, hears, etc. (Be careful because C is close to that. The reason it isn't C is because that refers to 3rd person omniscient where you know the thoughts of all characters, as opposed to just one)
  • paulalovee
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