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The Castle of Otranto is written in omniscient third person. At key moments in the novel, the narration moves slightly back in time to show what other characters were doing "off-stage," so to speak.
The Castle of Otranto is written in the past tense.
The title The Castle of Otranto refers to the location where the story takes place. The fictional castle of Otranto is located somewhere near Naples, Italy, in medieval Europe.
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