Narrator and point of view

The short story “I See You Never” by Ray Bradbury is told from the point of view of a third-person narrator. 

The narrator has insight into the thoughts and feelings of the main characters, Mrs. O’Brian and Mr. Ramirez. In this way, the narrative shows how the parting affects both of them. Mr. Ramirez remembers his favorite things and activities in America and looks longingly at the surroundings, while Mrs. O’Brian remembers her visit to Mexico, which left an unfavorable impression on her.

The narrator also appears to have insight into the minds of the minor characters, such as the policemen. For instance: “The policemen leaned forward, lured by the odor”, and “The policemen did not touch him. There was no necessity for that.” This might suggest the n...

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