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The Narrator Vs. Dr. Treves


the Narrator Vs. Dr. Treves

known by a character. There is nothing else he can do as a doctor to help Merrick. Robert Louis Stevenson 's Treasure Island switches between third and first person, as do Charles Dickens 's Bleak House and Vladimir Nabokov 's The Gift. In this situation, the narrator is no longer an unspecified entity; rather, the narrator is a more relatable, realistic character who may or may not be involved in the actions of the story and who may or may not take a biased approach in the. The postman stops to help. The letter describes Merricks ugliness but also explains that he is an interesting man, a good, quiet man who can read and write and who think a lot. He leads a happy and contented life for three and a half years. Truthfulness) of the plot. Further reading Rasley, Alicia (2008). The first-person narrator can also be the focal character. He tells the postman that Merrick is a lady and lets him hold Merricks left hand which is like a womans hand. He pays the shopkeeper, Simon Silcock, extra money to see the deformed man of once.

The doctor meets the Elephant Man, Joseph Merrick, in a back room of the shop.
The room is cold and dark.
Treves and Joseph Merrick.
Treves and Joseph Merrick want to have different lives, but remain trapped by unique fates.
Treves desires perfection, Merrick wants to be normal.

Merrick is not an ordinary man. This narrator tells the story through the experience, thoughts, feelings, actions, motives. The novel Dreaming in Cuban, by Cristina Garca alternates between third-person, limited and first-person perspectives, depending on the generation of the speaker: the grandchildren recount events in first-person viewpoints while the parents and grandparent are shown in the third-person, limited perspective. He thinks the play is real. Frequently, the narrator is the protagonist, whose inner thoughts are expressed to the audience, even if not to any of the other characters.

Although second-person perspectives are occasionally used, the most commonly encountered are first and third person. University of Chicago Press.


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