2. "I can't conclude it," the narrator admits at the end of "Dunyazadiad," "but it must end in the night that all good mornings come to." Describe the role of the narrator of "Dunyazadiad," as opposed to the role of the storytellers within the story. How are these functions distinct, and how do they overlap?
3. "Dunyazadiad" is described as a novella--as opposed to a novel or a short story. What does the novella form have in common with these other forms, and what makes it a form unto itself?
4. One reviewer of Chimera referred to Barth as a "narrative chauvinist pig." What exactly is meant by this, how does "Dunyazadiad" confirm this reference, and how does the novella confound it?