Lepore, Jill Writing Styles in The Secret History of Wonder Woman

Lepore, Jill
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Structure

The book's 30 chapters are arranged in three sections. Each of the sections' titles have double meanings which relate to the content of that section. Part One is titled "Veritas," named for the the Harvard school slogan, which is Latin for "truth." This first section covers the early life and education of William Moulton Marston, spending most of the section on his time at Harvard, making the use of the school's slogan appropriate. The Latin slogan is also fitting, as its meaning, "truth," fits well with the theme of deception and Marston's invention of the lie detector. Part Two is titled "Family Circle," the name of the magazine that Olive Byrne eventually works at. It's other meaning is that this section describes the beginnings of the unorthodox Marston family and how they kept their living situation a secret from the public through keeping their family always together as...

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