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Narrators Make the Difference

Summary: Essay describes how the narrators in stories such as "The Middleman" by Bharati Mukherjee and "Loose Ends" by Greg Cox make a tremendous in difference in turning a good story into a great story.
In Bharati Mukherjee's The Middleman and Other Stories, there is some very different and some very similar narrative voices. In the story "Loose Ends" the narrator is a hit man and he kills two people and is forced to flee, while fleeing he encounters more difficulties involving his old world beliefs and the ever changing America. In "Middle Man" the narrator already has committed a crime in the States and is in Nicaragua where he gets involved with a beautiful women who gets him stuck in the middle of some bad situations. The person in whom the narrative voice is coming from makes a big difference in your interpretation and understanding of the story. Through The eyes of two very unlikely narrators the author makes the reader ask the question as to what puts the narrator in the position that he or she is stuck in...

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