In the story "The Lemon Tree Billiards House" Is the narrator trustworthy? Can we believe his story? Explain.

asked by Sarah
  1. I don't know. I haven't read the story. Have you? What do YOU think? Your teacher doesn't want to know what I think anyway.

    posted by Reed
  2. Any time you run across words like these -- "Is the narrator trustworthy?" -- you're facing an opinion question. Only your opinion counts, so you must state it clearly and then explain why you think so.

    If you need to read the story more than once or twice, do so. That never hurts! In fact, you'll usually understand more about a work if you read it more than once or twice.

    posted by Writeacher
  3. Read first the article and then try to understand what the narrator says

    posted by God loves u
  4. If I were you, I would also read it once again to understand it better. Do you need to write an analysis of this story? I know where you can go to get it done. I am a huge fan of Primewritings site and I recommend you to check it too

    posted by Brook

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