Unreliable Narration through Representations of the Grotesque in Lagerkvist's The Dwarf

@article{Vzquez2007UnreliableNT,
  title={Unreliable Narration through Representations of the Grotesque in Lagerkvist's The Dwarf},
  author={Nitya Morales V{\'a}zquez},
  journal={Clcweb-comparative Literature and Culture},
  year={2007},
  volume={9},
  pages={5}
}
Nitya Morales Vázquez, in her paper "Unreliable Narration through Representations of the Grotesque in Lagerkvist's The Dwarf," begins with the hypothesis that most direct expression of ideology in discourse is found in the semantics of discourse. In literature, one can analyze this ideology by examining whether the narration is reliable or whether it is unreliable. Based on these presuppositions, Morales Vázquez analyses discourse in Pär Fabian Lagerkvist's novel, The Dwarf. Morales Vázquez… Expand

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