Which of the following best exemplifies 3rd person omniscient? A. “One must refuse to be put off any longer with sayings and doings such as the moment brought forth—with dinners and visits and polite conversations.” B. “Be that as it may, I could not help thinking, as I looked at the works of Shakespeare on the shelf, that the bishop was right at least in this” C. “As for facts, it was a fact that she was a spinster; that she was rich; that she had bought this house and collected with her own hands…” D. “The doors would be taken off their hinges; Rumpelmayer’s men were coming. And then, thought Clarissa Dalloway, what a morning—fresh as if issued to children on a beach.”

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