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The short story “The Tell-Tale Heart” is told in first person point of view. How would the connection between the audience and the story most likely change if the story was told in the third person point of view?

a) The audience would most likely feel less connected to the story on a personal level.

b) The audience would most likely feel the same connection regardless of the point of view.

c) The audience would most likely feel more connected to the story since the point of view is objective.

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    I agree.

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