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"The Last Leaf" begins in an omniscient viewpoint but then switches to third-person limited narration, concentrating on one character's story.
"The Last Leaf" is told in the past tense.
The story "The Last Leaf" is about a woman whose sick friend says she will die when all the leaves on a tree have fallen. Against logic, one final leaf appears to cling tenaciously to the branch. In reality, an elderly friend, who subsequently loses his life while saving that of the sick woman, has painted this last leaf.
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