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She’s an empathetic narrator and offers advice throughout about how to ease into things.
In taking on this narrative task, Prokopios reflects that what he has to share is so outrageous that he fears he “shall earn the reputation of being a narrator of myths and shall be ranked among the tragic poets.”
After the dissolution of their relationship does not go as she planned, the narrator finds herself no longer tied to New York and moves to Berlin.
Its narrator, Earl Turner, gloats that “not one of them is beyond our reach.”
The compelling narrator is one of those captive children, Lex, who, at 15, escaped and freed her siblings and over the ensuing years found poise and sanity in widely varying degrees.
Though Whistledown calls Daphne “a diamond of the first water,” it is here that our cynical narrator reminds us that “the brighter a lady shines, the faster she may burn.”
Occasionally, a narrator who may or may not be Murakami himself is present.
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Horwitz and the station were soon on board with Horwitz in the role of narrator and a broadcast date set for noon on Christmas Day.
It’s when the narrator discovers these writings in an abandoned tenement in Manhattan’s Little Syria that his path toward self-fulfillment is firmly underway.
Now, she is adding the title of the narrator to her list of experiences.

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