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When opening a book

I hear a lot of things about how one should give the name of their character early in the writing setting etc. My question is is it ok not to name your character, not to be specific about your setting ...
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Critque on how this sits as a prologue

As a prologue, is one intrigued to read on and want to know about this character? Critique is welcome: Coran had always considered himself unsuccessful, at life and other things, like perhaps ...
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Critique wanted for a fantasy prologue

I'm working on a series of short fantasy books (target audience mid-teens to 30-ish). I'd like to know whether or not the short pre-story before the first chapter of the first book works as an intro, ...