I'm struggling so hard to discuss the pros and cons of an unreliable narrator in spies?
i want to include points about the effects of a child narrator, the effects of an elderly narrator and the effects of the conflict between the two.
if anyone has any good suggestions lmk please thank you!!!!!
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pros and cons of an unreliable narrator in Spies by Michael Frayn help?? watch
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- 13-11-2016 14:54
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- 15-11-2016 16:10
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- 25-02-2018 13:04
as being older he is more mature, reflects on the past and may not remember the occurrences in the same way/they may mean something different because of a different mind. As a young child he is imaginative, is in the moment yet doesn’t reflect on what is happening in a mature way so misinterprets the actions in the Close