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  • The chief objection to them is, that the diligent narrator may lack space, or (what is often the same thing) may not be able to think of them with any degree of particularity, though he may have a philosophical confidence that if known they would be illustrative.
  • He was in the habit of pausing for a cautious, vaguely designing chat with every hedger or ditcher on his way, and was especially willing to listen even to news which he had heard before, feeling himself at an advantage over all narrators in partially disbelieving them.

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  • The narrator in the play, Our Town talks to characters in the play as well as to the audience.
  • One of the more popular narrators in movie history is Morgan Freeman. I especially liked him in The Shawshank Redemption where in addition to playing a major role, he narrated the film.

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