The Tenth Insight: Holding the Vision Characters

James Redfield
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The Narrator

The narrator (and central character) of The Tenth Insight is never identified by name. Intriguingly, there is also almost no reference to the character's gender - in Chapter 1 there is a reference to the narrator having a falling out with a woman named Marjorie, but this might not necessarily be a concrete indication that the narrator is male. If this apparent gender ambiguity was a deliberate choice on the part of the author, it suggests that the thematic message he intends to pass on to his readers is universal, transcendent of gender. It's also possible, however, that this ambiguity is the result of the author's assumption that the reader will in turn assume that the central character is male, perhaps because he himself is male. The connection and the assumption are both natural ones to make, given that that it seems quite clear that the narrator is...

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