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Today we are talking about unreliable narrators.
Definition: A narrator is “unreliable” when we have reasons to doubt the versions of events he or she is presenting to us as factual in a story. For whatever reason, the narrator isn’t disclosing isn’t telling us the whole truth or is purposely hiding important parts of the story.
Listen in to hear how to use the unreliable to tell a page turning story!
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