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Naive Narrator

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A naive narrator is a narrator who is unreliable becuase they are inexperienced or innocent, and do not understand the implications of their story.
Usage: Mark Twain's character Huck Finn is a naive narrator.

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(Noun) The naive narrator is an ingenious character who reveals the faults and flaws of the world around him through his inexperience and innocence.
Usage: Jonathon Swift's character Gulliver, Voltaire's character Candide, and Borat are all naive narrators.


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