"Of Mice and Men", by John Steinbeck "Beloved", by
it is stupid, dont read it
Third person omniscient
Both are first person narratives.
"I am not George Bush".
The point of view in most Sherlock Holmes stories is Dr. John Watson.
Pearl View was created in 1970.
The Steinbeck novel "Of Mice and Men" is written in third person omniscient, with the focus on George Milton and Lennie Small.
In view of Pearl's precocity, what does Hester consider doing?
If you mean who's point of view it is, I think it's mostly Kino's point of view. But it's not written in first person so I'm not exactly sure. It's just that Kino is the main character, so the story mostly follows him.