What point-of-view is the story "The Killers" by Ernest Hemingway told in?

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Ernest Hemingway's story "The Killers" is told in the third person but from two characters' points of view. A really valuable book on the subject of points of view is an anthology of short stories arranged by two editors to provide examples of nearly all points of view that can be used in fiction.The editors' names are James Moffett and Kenneth R. McElheny, and the full title of their anthology is Points of View: An Anthology of Short Stories . An early edition was published in 1966, but the revised and updated edition published in 1995 is longer and better. It is readily available in paperback, and it is a valuable reference book as well as a good collection of short stories, including such famous ones as "The Yellow Wallpaper" by  Charlotte Perkins Gilman, "A & P" by John Updike, "The Five-Forty Eight" by John Cheever, and "The Lottery" by Shirley Jackson. The editors have...

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