• anonymous
"As he walked along the beach with your mom you knew it was time to tell her the facts about what happened .she may never Pardon you for your deciet but you sense that she deserves to know . You think that to regain her trust you need to demonstrate responsibility now for what you did and be honest about it ". Determine the point of view First person , second person , in person limited , third person objective or third person omniscient??? Help please and thank you!
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  • anonymous
It would either be third-person objective or third-person omniscient. Third person objective is when the narrator is not involved in the action and also cannot read any thoughts of characters. Third person omniscient is when the author can switch between characters and their thoughts. In this piece, the author can read what the character is thinking, e.g. "He realised she may never forgive him for the deception". This is most likely third-person omniscient, but could also be accepted as third-person objective because it does not explicitly tell how the character is feeling, just his thoughts.

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