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Our Final Narrator

The narrator of a novel has a lot to do with how the novel will be shaped. I often find that the narrator’s role may be the most important for a novel. As we enter into our third novel, we … Continue reading

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The Despair of Middlemarch

I was particularly fond of the following quote, and it is thus the theme of my discussion: “But what we call our despair is often only the painful eagerness of unfed hope” (468). [Narration after Will laments that he and … Continue reading

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The effects of a new narrator

Collins has put a new spin on the novel by introducing a new narrator. It becomes clear that he wants the story to be told through different perspective and with different biases. However he has made it clear that although … Continue reading

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