imagined them lying on the warm earth of their huts, feeling it tremble with
destiny. Their shields and spears lay ready by the door. (1.3)
Notice how we know what Tendai is thinking and feeling even
though Tendai isn't telling us himself. This means we have a third-person
narrator who is omniscient. It's almost as though a fly on the wall is watching
everything and relaying it to us. You know, if flies could talk and read minds.