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Juxtaposition: Unreliable Narrator

How do/does unreliable narrators/narration inform my/our story-telling/recollecting? In The Dialogic Imagination Bakhtin writes of autobiography: “Memory in memoirs and autobiographies is of a special sort: it is a memory of one’s own contemporaneity and of one’s own self” (24). In the Clive Wearing video we see autobiographical memory linked [by Bakhtin] to “one’s own contemporaneity … Continue reading