Narrator and point of view

The events of the short story “Parole” by Mathieu Cailler are told from the point of view of a first-person narrator who is also the main character. 

The use of the first person allows readers to feel sympathy towards the narrator as we have access to his thoughts and feelings. The narrator describes how he imagines meeting his son for the first time. From his elaborate descriptions, we realize that he has been thinking about this day for a very long time:

They might – my boy migh...

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