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Unreliable Narrators

We love to hate them: those unreliable narrators, the ones who are telling us one kind of story when another is unfolding behind the scenes. We have to be detectives, sleuths, Nancy Drews, in order to pick apart the true story and discover what's really happening. We can see narrators like this in Henry James' classic The Turn of the Screw: is the house really haunted by ghosts, or is the babysitter going insane? (Read more »)

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