Narrator and point of view

The short story “iAnna” by Will Self is a third-person narrative, told by someone who is outside the events of the plot.

The way the narration is conveyed suggests the narrator has knowledge regarding both main characters -the two psychiatrists- but limited knowledge regarding Anna.

The narrator uses a combined point of view. It starts by using Dr Mukti’s perspective but quickly changes to Dr Busner’s: “Dr Shiva Mukti, a psychiatrist at St Mungo's (…) had, through various serpentine manipulations, got hold of his senior colleague Dr Zack Busner's mobile phone number…” (ll. 1-5); “It was too late – the older psychiatrist had allowed himself to be hooked, rocking then rolling off the bed he stood with the phone caught in the corner of his mouth...

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