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Daphne du Maurier
"The Birds" is told by a third-person narrator, whose perspective is limited to the viewpoint of the protagonist, Nat Hocken.
The story is written in the past tense.
Birds refers to the murderous animals that feature prominently in the story as the primary antagonists.
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