Is the third-person narrator of “Barn Burning” omniscient, or is his omniscience limited? Explain.
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Barn Burning is told in the Third Person (Limited Omniscient), or what is also known as the point of view of an objective third person who is not directly involved. Even though the reader can't learn everything in this type of narration (because the narrator's knowledge is limited), we do get a clear picture.