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So one breezy and cloudless afternoon Adam Forrester and Lilias Fay set out upon a ramble over the wide estate which they were to possess together, seeking a proper site for their temple of happiness. They were themselves a fair and happy spectacle, fit priest and priestess for such a shrine, although, making poetry of the pretty name of Lilias, Adam Forrester was wont to call her "Lily" because her form was as fragile and her cheek almost as pale. As they passed hand in hand down the avenue of drooping elms that led from the portal of Lilias Fay's paternal mansion they seemed to glance like winged creatures through the strips of sunshine, and to scatter brightness where the deep shadows fell
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Which narrative point of view is used in this excerpt from “The Lily’s Quest” by Nathaniel Hawthorne?-Story Above
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It must be third-person, because of the use of "They" to refer to the characters of Adam and Lily.
Omniscient would refer to the narrator being all-knowing (essentially they can read the minds of the characters), limited could indicate that the narrator has a restricted knowledge base about what is happening.