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The story "The Nose" is told by an omniscient limited third-person narrator, focusing first on the barber Ivan Yakovlevich and then on the assessor Kovalev. The narrator intrudes on events to offer commentary at the end of the story.
The story "The Nose" is told in the past tense.
The title "The Nose" refers to the nose that disappears from—and later reappears on—the face of the protagonist, Kovalev.
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