English, 04.02.2019 02:29
Mr. pontellier did not attend these soirée musicales. he considered them bourgeois, and found more diversion at the club. to madame ratignolle he said the music dispensed at her soirées was too "heavy," too far beyond his untrained comprehension. his excuse flattered her. but she disapproved of mr. pontellier's club, and she was frank enough to tell edna so. which statement best describes the point of view in the excerpt? the third-person point of view is voiced by an objective character in the story. the third-person point of view is voiced by a subjective character in the story. the third-person point of view is an omniscient observer. the third-person point of view is an observer with limited omniscience.