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In a narrative, to whom does the use of an attitudinal apply? The narrator? The author (if there is a difference)? The nearest reasonable character?

>> No.444  

The narrator.

With an omniscient narrator, it may be reasonable that they sometimes express themselves as if they were the characters, with or without "dai". That's more a matter of style, I think.

>> No.446  


[mu'a] In Huckleberry Finn, the use of [zo .ui] would be Huck's expression of sentiment.

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