Read the excerpt from chapter 6 of
Lizzie Bright and the Buckminster Boy
One afternoon, after another dreary Sunday, he walked home from Mrs. Cobb’s with the sea breeze determined to shove him to Malaga Island. It scooted around him and pulled at his ears. It threw up the dust of the road into his face to turn him around, and when he leaned into it, it suddenly let go and pushed at him from behind, laughing. But with the iron word forbidden tolling like a heavy bell by his ears, Turner would not let himself be brought to Malaga. And so with a last abrupt kick, the sea breeze twisted around and left him. Turner watched it rushing pell-mell down Parker Head and toward the shore. “Go find Lizzie,” he whispered.
In this excerpt, which indicates that the story is being told from the third-person point of view?
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Turner refers to himself as “I,” and the reader is able to hear his thoughts and feelings.Turner is referred to as “he,” and the reader is able to hear his thoughts and feelings.The narrator describes in great detail Turner’s words and actions but not his thoughts.The narrator describes in great detail Turner’s thoughts but not his words or actions.