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Emily Brontë uses the technique of frame narrative in the novel Wuthering Heights. Which statement is true about Nelly as a narrator? Nelly is a reliable narrator because she is witness to all that happened at Wuthering Heights.
Nelly is an unreliable narrator because her narration is colored with her feelings for the other characters.
Nelly is an interviewer, a narrator who pieces together information from the characters after the story has taken place.
Nelly is an omniscient narrator who refers to herself in the third person when telling the story.
Nelly is a detached narrator who doesn't insert her opinion into the telling of the story.

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Answer 1
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The statement which is true about Nelly as a narrator is that Nelly is an unreliable narrator because her narration is colored with her feelings for the other characters.

Who is a Narrator?

This is a person who relays the actions as they unfold in a given scene by giving the description of the events.

With this in mind, we can see that the frame narrative technique is used by Emily Bronte to show Nelly as the narrator, however, she is an unreliable narrator because she does is colored with her feelings for the other characters.

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Answer 2
Answer: Emily Brontë uses the technique of frame narrative in the novel Wuthering Heights. The statement that is true about Nelly as a narrator is that Nelly is an unreliable narrator because her narration is colored with her feelings for the other characters.
We cannot trust everything she says because she doesn't know everything.

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