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A third-person omniscient narrator tells the story in Sense and Sensibility, using free indirect discourse, which gives readers access to various characters' thoughts, but the central perspective is Elinor's.
Sense and Sensibility is narrated in past tense.
The title alludes to two somewhat opposing ways of governing one's actions and responding to one's world—through the head (sense, logic) and through the heart (sensibility, emotion).
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