- Quite often my narrator or protagonist may be a man, but I'm not sure he's the more interesting character, or if the more complex character isn't the woman.
[ Character Complex Interesting Man May More Narrator Often Protagonist Quite Sure Woman]
- Using a first-person narrator is simply a matter of hearing the voice inside yourself.
[ First-Person First-Person Hearing Inside Matter Narrator Simply Using Voice Yourself]
- The universal narrator knows all and can enter a character's head any time he chooses.
[ Any Character Chooses Enter Head Knows Narrator Time Universal]
- I go straight from thinking about my narrator to being him.
[ Being Go Him Narrator Straight Thinking]
- A poet or prose narrator usually looks back on what he has achieved against a backdrop of the years that have passed, generally finding that some of these achievements are acceptable, while others are less so.
[ Acceptable Achieved Achievements Against Back Backdrop Finding Generally Less Looks Narrator Others Passed Poet Prose Some These Usually While Years]
- In a thriller, the camera's an active narrator, or can be.
[ Active Camera Narrator Thriller]
- I didn't know how to kill off a character unless I was able, as a narrator, to get really complicated. Because it was a big deal. I'd never killed a character before.
[ Able Because Before Big Character Complicated Deal Get How Kill Killed Know Narrator Never Off Really Unless]
- Hitchcock makes it very clear to us. There's an objective and a subjective camera, like there's a third- and a first-person narrator in literature.
[ Camera Clear First-Person First-Person Hitchcock Literature Makes Narrator Objective Subjective Us Very]
- My first job after my retirement from baseball was as a narrator for the Eastman Philharmonica.
[ After Baseball Eastman First Job Narrator Retirement]
- The third person narrator, instead of being omniscient, is like a constantly running surveillance tape.
[ Being Constantly Instead Narrator Omniscient Person Running Surveillance Tape Third]