Ellen Hopkins Writing Styles in Identical

Ellen Hopkins
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Point of View

"Identical" is written from the viewpoint of twin sisters, Raeanne and Kaeleigh. With each chapter, the viewpoint switches from one twin to the other. Some words on the last page of each chapter match with identical words on the first page of the following chapter, linking the twins and their thoughts. Each twin sees the same world but through different eyes, providing the reader with a broad perspective on the world of the novel. At the end of the novel, the two points of view are joined into one.

Setting

"Identical" is set in a small California town, designed to look picture-perfect, reminiscent of Denmark, to attract tourists. The Gardella home is lovely on the outside, but dark secrets lurk within. Their home shows no evidence of happy family life - no photos, no real personal touches. The Gardellas do not entertain. The rare party or...

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