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    What do you do if the author's intent is to create someone who isn't believable and filter the story through that person?

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    What is the work? Who is the author? What is the genre? A typical example of the "unreliable" narrator appears in Diderot's Jaques the ...

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    An author's intent is expressed. The expert creates someone who isn't believable and filter the story through that person.

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