“Perhaps we should forget it”: Reluctant narration in Kazuo Ishiguro’s “A Family Supper”
Linking the fragmentary information provided in Kazuo Ishiguro’s “A Family Supper” (1982) to the first-person narrator’s unwillingness – or perhaps inability – to communicate, this brief note comments on a few passages that highlight the unforthcoming traits of the narrator.
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