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- n. A narrating character or storyteller in a literary or other artistic work—such as a novel, play, song, or film—who provides inaccurate, misleading, conflicting, or otherwise questionable information to the reader or audience.
Reportedly coined by U.S. literary critic Wayne C. Booth in 1961. (Wiktionary)
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