The Narrative Structure of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie
Examine the structure of the novel, particularly the time scheme.
focus on three aspects of the narration:
>The Third Person Narrator
>The Time Scheme
>The Use of Repetition
>Back to the Setting Section
Muriel Spark likes to use an omniscient third person narrator, when she writes her books, as a way for the reader to experience all the character's thoughts and views. The narrator in "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie" acts as a sort of fly on the wall, letting the reader observe the different situations surrounding each individual character. As the novel proceeds, the reader can…
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