Selena said she would be waiting out front with the car at 9 p.m. Where could she be? The longer Isabel waited for her friend to pick her up, the more nervous she became. It couldn’t be a worse night to be standing outside alone. A storm was moving in, and the wind was beginning to rustle the trees, making everything seem spookier than it already was. From which point of view is the passage written? omniscient third person limited third person first person

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Limited third person If it was omniscient third person, we should know selena's feeling and her side of the story too. If it was first person, the subject should always be "I". E.g: I waited for selena. I was standing outside alone.

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