Have you read this? The Good Soldier?
It was written by Ford Maddox Ford. The title is included in many of the “Top 100 Books of all time in the history of ever happily ever after” lists.
I liked it.
It was easier than James Joyce. I liked that. It also used the “unreliable narrator” device and I do enjoy that as well. I was talking on one of the threads about liking this device and many were agreeable, if not indifferent to it, with one post voting on the negative side of it.
I decided to throw out some examples of this device used in film.
I think it’s maybe easier to grasp the concept of the device if it’s seen, and maybe after that it’s easier to adjust to in a novel.
What do you think? Do you have any other examples of the “Unreliable Narrator”? Throw ’em out here!