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What is the significance of the omniscient narration in "The Open Boat" by Stephen Crane? 1. The omniscient narrator's overview of all the characters provides a foreshadowing of the ending. 2. The detached perspective of the omniscient narrator emphasizes nature's indifference toward humans. 3. The omniscient narrator's reverent tone toward the sea indicates that nature is more important than man. 4. The omniscient narrator's compassionate tone toward the characters shows respect for human endurance.

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