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    presence of a narrator and a main character is crucial to the development of the story. Narrators may appear mainly as a first person narrator, a third person narrator or an omniscient narrator, among others. While narrators are the voice that tells the story, the main character of a story is the person whom the story is about and whose conflict is the core of the story. However, sometimes it may be difficult for the reader of the story to identify whether the main character is the narrator of the story

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    Narrator Of The Narrator

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    Introduction In literature, it is the role of the narrator not only to tell the story, but it is the point of view, and more notably the perspective, in which the events of the story unfold allowing the reader to experience and understand what the narrator is depicting (Booth 158-159). This element of storytelling establishes confidence in the reader that the person telling you the story is telling the truth. As this is true for most pieces of fiction, an altered aspect between different writings

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    essential, such as the narrative time or mode, but especially the role of the narrator is crucial. Depending on the narrator’s perspective, many different impressions can be assumed. In Charles Dickens’ “Hard Times”, Emily Brontë’s “Wuthering Heights” and Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” the narratological voice is third person, which means that the narrator tells the story from the outside. A third person narrator can be omniscient, which is aware of everything or limited, which has a more restricted

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    Omniscient Narrator

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    It is a 3rd person narrator, which means that the narrator describes the story’s people as he or she. It is an omniscient 3rd person narrator as you can see when the narrator says “She passed on her way, thinking: He’s in love.” This quotation illustrates why it is an omniscient narrator, because it highlights that the narrator knows a person’s feelings and thoughts. The fact that it is an omniscient narrator gives the reader the ability to realize that the main character has a spilt personality

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    In his paper, he analyzes the narrator in the novel from overt and reliable narrative viewpoint, his paper explorers the narrative power of the novel from the analysis of its narrative structure. In my paper, I will take references on his paper, and then make arguments about some points which I don’t agree with. Kun Zhao introduces us the different types of narrators: first-person narrator, third-person narrator and second person narrator. For the third-person narrator, it is divided into three categories:

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    Unreliable Narrator

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    Johnny Lai 07659563 Narrator is the person (perspective) which is chosen by the author to tell the story (literary work, movie, play, verbal account, etc.) to the readers (audiences). Traditionally, the narrator is supposed to be reliable, since he/she/it is the only connection between the readers and the fiction world. But occasionally, authors would use unreliable narrator to be the perspective of their story. The concept of the unreliable narrator (as opposed to "author") became more important

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    Slouka’s short story, Crossing, which was published in 2009. It’s a nerve racking story about a father who takes his little son on a survival trip in a forest, which turns out bad. It is an interesting story and this study will analyze and interpret the narrator, setting and structure and will finally conclude on the story as a whole. The story is being told from a limited omniscient third person narrative. “He remembered

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    Kathy H As A Narrator

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    How do you experience Kathy H. as a narrator? Kathy H. as is not reliable as a narrator. Kathy comes across as naïve in some of her narration especially when she is describing what occurred at Hailsham. Kathy was only a child at Hailsham and did not have enough information accurately describe why the students had experienced what they did when she was narrating her experiences at 31 years old. Kathy appears to be nice, but I felt that there was this underlying sense of judgement that came from her

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    told from the point of view of the narrator, Montresor. He is insulted by a man named Fortunato and vows to get revenge on him. Montresor reveals his inner thoughts and actions while slowly unfolding his plan that ultimately leads to the death of Fortunato. The character, Montresor, is an unreliable narrator because he is vindictive, manipulative, and cunning. When Montresor is first introduced, the reader can easily identify Montresor as an unreliable narrator based on his unreasonable need to

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    A narrator always uses one point of view in the story, which always lacks information in terms of what narrator is describing in the story, about the characters and their life in the story, but a reader is a person who has different vision of treating the story in terms of characters and has their own opinion about the story. A reader can judge certain characters incorrectly because narrator hasn’t presented them rightfully to the reader. In the novel The Great Gatsby written by F. Scott Fitzgerald

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