Although “Winter Dreams” is told primarily via a limited omniscient third person

Although “Winter Dreams” is told primarily via a limited omniscient third person (i.e. the narrator focuses on the mind of our protagonist), there are instances where the narrator becomes an omniscient narrator (i.e. one who knows everything). Identify at least one instance where this occurs in the story and reflect on whether or not this deviation helps further the overall plot.

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