how does the author develop the viewpoint of the narrator in all summer in a day?

how does the author develop the viewpoint of the narrator in all summer in a day?

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    The author develops the viewpoint of the narrator in the story by developing Margot’s personality and showing her different from the other students. By crafting her character as caring, quirky, silent and different, the author attracts the audience to the viewpoint of the narrator.

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