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our assignment for homework was to take a nursery rhyme and make it a different point of view. in order to do that we were allowed to add in phrases to the rhyme any place we thought would sound good.
so i took Little Miss Muffet and tried to make it limited omniscient. could you check to see if this sounds like limited omniscient.

Little Miss Muffet was feeling hungry so she sat on a tuffet
and she began eating her curds and whey.
As she thought, "How delicious!",
there came a big spider,
who sat down beside her.
And frightened Miss Muffet away who thought, "How scary!"

(it doesn't have to rhyme)

  • ENGLISH -

    That is definitely omniscient. You are saying what Miss Muffet is thinking.

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    would saying she felt hungry be limited omniscient?

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