‘Nothing’, Ethan Canin says, ‘is as important as a likeable narrator. Nothing holds a story together better.’1 If the narrative is the end product of the fiction-writing process, the starting point is the narrator. The reader of a novel or short story is entering into a relationship with the narrator.
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