What is the point of view of the story in Frindle?

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Frindle is told from a limited third person omniscient perspective. Omniscient means all-knowing, and third person means an outside party. There is no one character from the text that tells the story directly, but a separate entity that can tell us the thoughts of any and all of the characters. Even though the narrator could tell us anything that any of the characters are thinking, it focuses on Nick’s perspective for most of the text. This is why it’s called a limited third person omniscient, because the reader never has an inside...

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