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Ji-li Jiang Writing Styles in Red Scarf Girl: A Memoir of the Cultural Revolution

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Perspective

The perspective of the book, Red Scarf Girl, is the perspective of the author, Ji-li Jiang. Ji-li, who was twelve to fourteen years old at the time, tells her story of the years of the Cultural Revolution and what it was like for her and her family. The book is written in the first-person point of view with the author, Ji-li Jiang, functioning as the narrator. Although the use of the first person limits the knowledge of the reader to the events that occur in the presence of the narrator, this approach works well for this book because it allows the reader to see the events and situation through the eyes of Ji-li. The reader learns about things as she does and can understand her confusion and emotions. In a book of this kind, it does not matter that the reader has to knowledge of events that take...

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