English Literature



A Christmas Carol


What’s the effect of a clear narrative voice?

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Misael Bartoletti

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A clear narrative voice offers you a voice that the reader can trust - and in some nineteenth century novels narrators can be unreliable like Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights. Dickens offers us a clear narrative voice so that we are sure of both what is happening and what lessons we are meant to draw from the story. We might questions those from a more modern perspective but we are offered them in a clear manner.

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