Dream Women

Dream Women: A Mystery in Four Narratives (1855) is presented here as a novella, told by three distinct characters' version of events. Readers may also enjoy Ambrose Bierce's The Moonlit Road, three different accounts of the same murder. Collins employs The Unreliable Narrator technique to heighten the dramatic effect in the story.

Table of Contents

The First Narrative: Introductory Statement of the Facts by Percy Fairbank

The Second Narrative: The Hostler's Story, Told By Himself

The Third Narrative: The Story Continued by Percy Fairbank

The Fourth Narrative: Statement of Joseph Rigobert

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