Lee, Hyeonseo Writing Styles in The Girl With Seven Names

Lee, Hyeonseo
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Structure

The Girl With Seven Names is broken down into an introduction, a prologue, three parts, and an epilogue. The introduction places the main character at the end of her story in February 2013. This choice tells the reader that the character will survive her tumultuous journey and will emerge in a successful position. As such, the rest of the narrative is about how she arrived at this place. The introduction also serves to illuminate the author’s reasons for writing this book, as well as the takeaway she hopes it will give to readers. This decision to be so clear and upfront about her hopes and motivations frame how the reader will view the rest of the story.

The prologue is a stand-alone scene which offers a snapshot from Hyeonseo’s childhood. This scene is a flashback from the introduction but a flash-forward from where Chapter One will...

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