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The Count of Monte Cristo
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  • A general murmur of approbation showed that the narrator had faithfully detailed their misfortunes and sufferings.
  • "Yes," replied the narrator; "that was the name which the traveller gave to Vampa as his own."
  • He removed his seat into a corner of the room, where he himself would be in deep shadow, while the light would be fully thrown on the narrator; then, with head bent down and hands clasped, or rather clinched together, he prepared to give his whole attention to Caderousse, who seated himself on the little stool, exactly opposite to him.
  • "And do you not remember the Frenchman’s name?" said Morcerf, quite ready to aid the memory of the narrator.

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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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