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Q: What does the narrator's use of the third-person limited omniscient point of view tell the reader about Richards? A. Richards had been Brently's best friend for many years. B. Richards felt he
had to be the first person to tell Mrs. Mallard. C. Richards heard about Brently's death at the newspaper office. D. Richards knew Mrs. Mallard would collapse upon hearing the news.
A: The answer is B. Richard felt he had to be the first person to tell Mrs. Mallard.
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User: What does the narrator's use of the third-person limited omniscient point of view tell the reader about Richards? A. Richards had been Brently's best friend for many years. B. Richards felt he had to be the first person to tell Mrs. Mallard. C. Richards heard about Brently's death at the newspaper office. D. Richards knew Mrs. Mallard would collapse upon hearing the news.

Weegy: The answer is B. Richard felt he had to be the first person to tell Mrs. Mallard.
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User: By using the third-person limited omniscient point of view, what does the reader know that characters in the story do NOT know? A. that Mrs. Mallard weeps in her sister's arms when she hears her husband died B. that Richards was at the newspaper office when news of Brently's death was revealed C. that Mrs. Mallard knows she will weep when she sees her husband in the coffin D. that Josephine speaks to her sister through a keyhole in hopes of getting her to come out

Weegy: The answer is B. Richard felt he had to be the first person to tell Mrs. Mallard. The answer is C.
Expert answered|sharpies|Points 1294|

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