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1) A third-person narrator can tell the story as an omniscient narrator, who knows everything about the events and the characters’ thoughts using an unlimited point of view or the point of view of a character.
6) The omniscient third-person narrator can be intrusive (obtrusive) when he addresses the reader directly by making personal remarks on the society of the time, on some of the characters. The narrator is unobtrusive when he shows what happens but does not interfere with the story.
7) On the other hand, a non-omniscient narrator tells the story from the outside and from a neutral point of view. The reader is given more freedom but less knowledge, and is asked to intepret the significance of the characters' words and acts.

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    1) A third-person narrator can tell the story as an omniscient narrator, who knows everything about the events and the characters’ thoughts and uses an unlimited point of view or the point of view of a character.

    6) The omniscient third-person narrator can be intrusive when he addresses the reader directly by making personal remarks about the society of the time or about some of the characters. The narrator is unobtrusive when he shows what happens, but does not interfere with the story.

    7) On the other hand, a non-omniscient narrator tells the story from the outside, from a neutral point of view. The reader is given more freedom, but less knowledge, and is asked to intepret the significance of the characters' words and actions.

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