The narratrio is, thus, the symmetrical one of the narrator and for esteposto in scene in diegese. It discloses-seem to personal pronames of the second person to who the narrator if he discloses. Estecrtico considers the narratrio, as the narrator, is a danarrativa personage (despite some times are only present in the formaimplcita text), and that it does not have to be confused with exterior entities to the text. Grard Genette in Speech of the Narrative, (1972), distinguishes two types denarratrio: the intradiegtico and the extradiegtico, as it belongs or not diegese. Being that, the intradiegtico narratrio is assigned pelasmarcas of second person, existing in the text. In this manner, they are detected emromances for letters having demonstrated the correspondent to epistolar.
The narratrioextradiegtico, by the opposite can be seen as the virtual reader, that is, being able to dissimulate not to direct itself to somebody, being indefinite. ‘ ‘ The one is a curious history that I go to count to it, my cousin. Mas a history and not a romance. It has two years more than, would be six hours datarde; I directed me it the Rocio to take the bus of Andara. It knows that I am homemmenos prompt that have in this world; between my immense defects and minhaspoucas qualities, not story the pontualidade, this virtue Dos Reis and this maucostume of ingleses’ ‘. (Idem, ibidem, CAP. I, p.1) While the existence of the narrator is evident, the donarratrio is less visible. It is that the narrator always discloses its presence, through speech that elaborates (if exists a narration, it is daresponsabilidade of somebody), while the narratrio can be explicitamenteidentificado by the narrator, or, what it is more frequent, to have only implicit umaexistncia. Normally, we do not find throughout the donarrador speech no reference to the addressee of the speech (narratrio), queleva to believe that its existence frequent is ignored.