Fiction abounds with unreliable narrators, from the doctor in Agatha Christie's The Murder of Roger Ackroyd
to the unnamed narrator in Fight Club
by Chuck Palahniuck. Which is your favourite?
My two favorites are the governess from _The Turn of the Screw_ and Humbert Humbert from _Lolita_. In my certainty that I am right about EVERYTHING, I have very little patience for anyone who claims the governess is meant to be reliable (and there are lots of respectable types who claim just that). And I judge very, very harshly anyone who ever refers to _Lolita_ as a love story, rather than a catalogue of one man's destructive delusions.
Yes, Lolita is definitely not a love story. It's just not.
? Do people say it's a love story????
Great book tho not a love story....
Lydia, I have honestly heard people make that assertion. I just...uck.