Vargas Llosa uses various narrative techniques in his novel La fiesta del Chivo. The novel is mainly narrated in the leash person merely at times it changes to the second person narrator. A tercet person narrator is usually omniscient and privileged and stands impertinent the story recounting events. This means that we believe what we are told and self-reliance the narrator as we are non expecting him to pass judgement. It is as though we work a pact with a third person narrator to give us reliable and received in varietyation. But Vargas Llosa?s narrator is not incessantly reliable. He sometimes tries to pass judgement through his narrator by slipping in opinions:?[La seÃ±ora Cavaglieri] no mostraba la menor aprensiÃ³n por alojar en su casa a un desconocido, asesino del amo supremo del paÃs, al que miles de guardias y policÃas buscaban con codicia y odio.? (La fiesta del Chivo, p.536).
In the above acknowledgement a judgement is world made in the form of a generalised comment about the greed and loathe of the police. This is the narrator?s (or/and Vargas Llosa?s) opinion of the police so this teentsy detail is a signal to the readers that what they are being told by the narrator is not necessarily the truth.
Vargas Llosa therefore breaks the pact we have with the third person narrator to be given an target area account of the story. This has a subliminal effect and makes the readers take up the same stand point as the narrator. We do not question whether the police force really did feel nuisance and greed; we just accept it and are therefore squeeze not to like them and to have sympathy for Antonio Imbert, who is the one being hidden in seÃ±ora Cavaglieri?s apartment. Vargas Llosa does not always provide us with a...
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