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The point of view lets the reader see the thoughts of the staff and the remaining students on the first day of deer season. Each person seems to be lost in their thoughts: The principal thinking of tomorrow’s conversations, Jenny thinking about her charcoal drawing of dried roses, Mrs. Hayes thinking about the sinkhole in her backyard, Jason thinking about how he didn’t want to go hunting in the first place,  and the secretary thinking about her children, who are in the elementary school. Each character thinks about different things and that shows a very human aspect: individual thought.


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