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Between the Acts is told by a third-person omniscient narrator who merges with the characters and at times seems indistinguishable from them.
Between the Acts is written in the past tense.
Between the Acts refers to the events that take place during a village pageant. Breaks in the play's acts happening onstage reveal the details of the characters' personal lives.
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