There is often more than one way of solving a problem in Drupal, and this question is the same. It depends on your particular needs which approach you might want to implement.
One option is to make a new View where users would read the articles, they wouldn't be taken to the actual article node page.
You create a new Views Page Display, with a different path. Override the Pager options to only show one article.
Adjust your original Views to link to the newly created Views page, and not the article node paths. You'll need to construct the links of the "articles" in your original views to point to the new Views page with the correct option for the pager page that leads to the specific item. You'll probably be able to do that with the Views Counter field, since it will follow Pager pages predictably.
The Pager in the second Views will be responsible for flicking between individual items.
You have to think about which path/link users see when reading an article. Do you want those to be the node pages or are you happy with one page where only the pager option changes? It affects the SEO of the project so you have to think about it from that standpoint.
A different solution could possibly be created with the use of Views Header and Footer options where you insert the links to previous/next article based on some criteria, possibly with Offset option. I'm not sure about the performance though. If you have a long list and it takes a while to collect all the data from the database it may end up being slow to navigate.