11 December 2021

Supplement - Irony and Narrative Distance

Are writers responsible or accountable for what they write? What about readers for what we interpret?

How a writer’s use of narration can create irony.



00:00     Intro
00:19     Responsibility and Accountability
11:23     Author Distance Through Narrators
18:24     Narrative Distance as Irony



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Chisnell, Steve. “Irony and Narrative Distance.” Waywords Studio, 11 Dec. 2021, https://waywordsstudio.com/project/marvell/.

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