think about the short story "Raymond's run." which point of view is used in this short story? Explain how you know this. then describe how the authors use of this particular point of view gives the reader greater understanding of the story's plot, characters, and theme. Help!!!

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First person because it says in the book, " Sometimes I slip and say my little brother Raymond. But as any fool can see he’s much bigger and he’s older too. But a lot of people call him my little brother cause he needs looking after cause he’s not quite right. And a lot of smart mouths got lots to say about that too, especially when George was minding him." That is first person and so is the I. I'm not sure about the rest sorry. I only have some of the book on a document

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