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Unreliable Narrators in Fiction and Film

And why they are a pleasure to revisit

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In a way, we are all unreliable narrators.

We all bring our own perspectives to the events that occur in our lives. When we tell a story of an event, sometimes we exaggerate for dramatic effect. We may forget details or omit them to save embarrassment.

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