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I have a question about the point of view of this would be story;
It starts with this sentence:
I was drving down the mainstreet in a small city and was astounded to see an old buddy looking like he had been dragged through the mud.. The story will continue like this throughout-story was not provided. I'm thinking the "I" is a minor character. I had to choose
third person limited
third person paraphase
third person omniscient
first person peripheral
first person
I think it would be first person peripheral

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