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Gulliver is an unreliable narrator the satire frequently depends on our being able to see that to which he is blind at one point in his account of.
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Authors sometimes use an unreliable narrator to tell the story, a protagonist who can't be trusted to tell the events accurately either they are insane, evil,. An unreliable narrator is a narrator whose credibility has been seriously compromised the term was coined in 1961 by wayne c booth in the rhetoric of.