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The neighbors sometimes talked of certain "better days" that little Mrs. Sommers had known before she had ever thought of being Mrs. Sommers. She herself indulged in no such morbid retrospection. She had no time—no second of time to devote to the past. The needs of the present absorbed her every faculty. A vision of the future like some dim, gaunt monster sometimes appalled her, but luckily to-morrow never comes. Which statement best describes the point of view? A. The third-person point of view is the voice of a character in the story. B. The third-person point of view is an observer with limited omniscience. C. The first-person point of view is a subjective character in the story. D. The first-person point of view is an omniscient observer.

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taylormadam226

The answer is D. The First-person point of view is an omniscient observer.  Omniscient means that the narrator is all-knowing of the character and that is what it sounds like here. 

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