The theory of narrative level emanates from the general discourse or critique of all narratives known as Narratology which still is in its developmental stage. This book has made an attempt to explore this newly developing area aiming at identifying the narrative levels and interpreting the mechanisms utilized by the narrator in creating narratives bearing different levels in one of the Ethiopian bestselling Amharic novel “Dertogada” by yismake Worku. Traditionally scholars, authors, novelists and different individuals have been classifying the narrative and narrator of a fictional narrative as first person, and third person narrative/narrator without giving attention to the narrators that exist inside the text at character levels. Now, thanks to the theory of narratology in general and narrative levels in particular for introducing another techniques of narration. In this book, I have tried to extensively explore narrative levels giving greater emphasis to the character-narrators by classifying them under different levels as matrix narrative and embedded narratives.