Third-Person Limited Omniscient Narrator Blown Away By Surprise Ending

This made me chuckle.

From The Onion:

The third-person limited omniscient voice, a narrative mode used to convey a story through the thoughts and senses of a literary character, was reportedly "caught totally off guard" after the main character was unexpectedly killed in the last chapter of the new novel Bertram's Way.

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1 comment:

Josh said...

very clever