The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

How can you tell the point of view from which this story is told? What effect does this point of view create?

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The novel's narration is third person, limited omniscient, with Tom Sawyer as the central consciousness. This means that the story is told about Tom's world and is particularly focused on him by a narrator who is able to understand the motivations and feelings of some of the characters.