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Posts tagged ‘unreliable narrator’

The Antagonist, by Lynn Coady

The novel made up entirely of letters isn’t a new form. But the email novel is a newer development — not that there aren’t already enough examples of them out there to make writing one a potentially slippery slope ending in a bog of quickly-dated cliche. Read more

The Dinner, by Herman Koch

After reading this book, I’ll never be hazy on the concept of the unreliable narrator again. Read more