Question #11800307

Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children?

I'm writing an essay for the book & I need to cover a few key points... -What is the narrator's role in the unfolding of events? -Are the narrator's perceptions reliable or suggest alternative understanding? -What is the narrator's way of seeing part of what the story is about? -What is the author trying to say something about? -What did the story make you think about? Thanks so much!! :)

2013-11-14 21:46:57

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