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The point of view in The Buddha in the Attic is unusual. Not only is it we, which I’ve seen elsewhere, but it’s a we that includes a wide range of characters. Discuss how that shapes the novel and how it would have been different told from other points of view: first person (I), third person limited (close-up, she), or third person omniscient. Support your points with examples

The point of view in The Buddha in the Attic is unusual.  Not only is it we, which I’ve seen elsewhere, but it’s a we that includes a wide range of characters.  Discuss how that shapes the novel and how it would have been different told from other points of view: first person (I), third person limited (close-up, she), or third person omniscient.  Support your points with examples

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