Analyze the Author-Narrator relationship in Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain and discuss how this affects the subsequent perception of the work by the reader
"There is only one right form for a story, and if you fail to find that form, the story will not tell itself."
- Mark Twain
Literature is full of deception, irony and half-baked truths. Yet, this is exactly the reason why Literature is such an experience to read. Authors seek to tell their finely woven tales through their respective narrators; not just any other tale but THEIR tale. Injecting their own personal experiences, subjectivity and point of view into the story through differing forms of narration, the Author seeks to endow the Reader and the characters in the story with as little…
- Analyze the Author-Narrator relationship in Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain and discuss how this affects the subsequent perception of the work by the reader
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