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The following question refers to "What Happened During the Ice Storm": Which point of view is used in this story? First-person Dramatic Omniscient Third-person limited
The point of view used in the story "What Happened During the Ice Storm" is: (third person) omniscient.
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The point of view used in the story "What Happened During the Ice Storm" is: (third person) omniscient.

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