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when a character in the story tells the story
a) first person point of view b) second person point of view c) third person point of view d) limited third person point of view
when the narrator of the story limits his/her ability to penetrate the minds of characters by selecting a single character to act as the center of revelation.
a) first person point of view b) second person point of view c) third person point of view d) limited third person point of view
Which of these stories was written in third-person point of view.
a) The Necklace b) The Golden Kite, The Silver Wind c) The Scarlet Ibis d) The Cask of Amontillado
Which of these stories was written in limited-third-person point of view.
a) The Gift of the Magi b) The Cask of Amontillado c) Rules of the Game d) The Necklace
the perspective from which the story is told
a) point of view b) first person point of view c) third person point of view d) limited third person point of view
Plague Year was written in what point of view.
a) first person point of view b) second person point of view c) third person point of view d) limited third person point of view
The Scarlet Ibis was written in what point of view.
a) first person point of view b) second person point of view c) third person point of view d) limited third person point of view
The focal character from limited omniscience goes a step further into subjectivity by addressing the reader directly, without an intermediary, from the ā€œIā€ perspective.
a) first person point of view b) second person point of view c) third person point of view d) limited third person point of view
in this point of view each and every character is referred to by the narrator as "he", "she", "it", or "they"
a) first person point of view b) second person point of view c) third person point of view d) limited third person point of view
the narrator limits his or her ability to penetrate the minds of characters by selecting a single character to act as the center of revelation.
a) first person point of view b) second person point of view c) third person point of view d) limited third person point of view
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