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3. From Which point of view are the following paragraphs written?
A young woman just moved into an apartment. She thought it was a nice neighbor-hood and became delighted when she heard a saxophone. She could not believe her luck--she, too, played the sax. She bolted down the stairs to find the musician. "What a lvoely song," she said. She knew at once that he would be her partner for life.
a. omniscient point of view
b. first-person point of view
c. third-person limited point of view
d. second-person point of view

Is it A?

Thanks
-MC

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    It's hard to tell from only one paragraph. The entire story would be needed to be truly accurate.

    It could be either C or A, depending on the rest of the story, IMHO!!

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    IMHO?

    -MC

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    IMHO = in my humble opinion

    =)

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    I'm inclined to think that that last sentence implies omniscient; a third-person limited narrator could not say what the protagonist knew.

    IMHO, of course :-)

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    Ahhhh, Jim, I think you're right.

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    So its...A?

    Thanks guys

    -MC

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    Yes, A.

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    Geepers, I have met a lot of folks here in Texas that claim to know what I think.

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