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The narrator is an unnamed, third-person narrator. This narrator "matter-of-factly" relays the events of the story without passing judgment on any of the characters; therefore, the narrator is also an objective narrator. The reader is told what is happening in the story, progressively, without commentary from the narrator. The narrator also has some omniscience, meaning that he/she can look into the minds of some of the characters.
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