Q about POV in Ernest Hemingways Hills like White Elephants
Analyze the Point of View in Ernest Hemingways, Hills like White Elephants:
- What is the narration like?
- Explain if it's first, second, or third person- I think it's third.
- Explain if it's omniscient or limited, and /or if it's close or distant.
- How do you think this POV affects the story? As in-- how would this story be significantly altered if told through a different POV?
Mainly I am struggling with how to tell if the story is close or distant and if it's omniscient or limited. Any help would be so appreciated!! Thank you!