The narrator returns to fiction whenever he struggles to make sense of his fractured identity.
Along with bedtime stories and hints of literary tales, Dybek turns Richard into a narrator to recount his life story.
His true skill is as a narrator of violent histories, and his subject does not disappoint.
Better—a gig as the narrator on a Fifty Shades of Grey audiobook.
At times the narrator leaps past literal meanings to associations.
In this town lived one Abder Russel, a personal friend of the narrator, who related the visit of the pirates to his dwelling.
Phaedo, who is the narrator of the dialogue to Echecrates of Phlius.
With what modifications did the narrator reply to this interrogation?
But the historian must be more than a narrator; he must be an interpreter.
Of course there could be no use of the "we" when the narrator did not participate in what was being described.
1610s, from Latin narrator "a relater, narrator, historian," agent noun from narrat-, stem of narrare "to tell, relate" (see narration). In sense of "a commentator in a radio program" it is from 1941.