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Old 11-27-2010, 07:23 PM   #2
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In a case like this, I'd use the same double-line cut in the manuscript as for a scene break to let the reader know it's going to be a hard cut.

If you're writing in omniscient it's not a scene change regardless, but the real purpose of the break is to make it easier for the reader. Personally I would have used a break to go out of the scene when I wandered away from the focal character and then another to go back to that character, but that's just me.

Hope this helps.
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