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We all know this intuitively from childhood: the paradigmatic locus of unreliable narration in most biographies is The Wizard of Oz, wherein we delight in understanding what the narrator does not: the Scarecrow is wise, the Tin Man is kind, and the Lion is brave. If this did not happen, or it did not delight you, you probably did not care enough about literature as an adult to be reading the article above.

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