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Unreliable Narrator

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Zane Porter

on 3 February 2014

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Transcript of Unreliable Narrator

What did you write?
Read the story and reflect on the following question.
Let's have some fun!
How might this short story contain
an unreliable narrator?

What implication can you
draw from Bierce's life?
List them out!
What are some examples
from the text?
-Novel written in 1740 by Samuel Richardson
-Epistolary Novel - A novel written mainly of letters
-Samuel Richardson was 51 years old.
-Pamela is 14-16 years old
-Mr. B is 18-20 years old.

Pamela; or Virtue Rewarded
Whose version is more reliable?

Now, how may this narrator be unreliable? -->
Describe the events in the clip as best as you can.
Unreliable Narrator
Ambrose Bierce's
"An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge"
(1891)
How might this clip be analyzed now that we know something about the narrator?
Why might Pamela be an Unreliable Narrator?
(Lived in Ohio--
1842 – 1913/14)
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