Narrator and point of view

The short story “Dusk over Atlantic Wharf” by Susmita Bhattacharya is told by a third-person narrator. The story is told entirely from Lata’s perspective, and we get an insight into her thoughts and feelings. For instance:

She looked at her husband still attacking the crossword; his forehead creased and pencil well chewed. She could finish it in forty minutes; but of course she wouldn’t tell him that. He had lived in Cardiff for six years, five years and eight months more than her. And he thought he was as British as the white people. Well, of course he was. He had the red passport, hadn’t he? (ll. 28-32) 

All the events and the interactions in the story are seen through Lata’s point of view, and the narrator sometimes presents Lata’s assumptio...

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