on March 19th, 2006 at 01:43 am
And, missing the point as much as humanly possible--
So, wait, when you say 'first person omniscient,' do you mean an authorial (real or fictive) first person? As in, say, At the Back of the North Wind, or much of E. Nesbit? A voice which purports to be that of the story-teller and is omniscient regarding the characters of the story, rather than the voice of one of the characters?