In Firewife by Tinling Choong, there's a 'misplaced prologue' at the end, explaining the mythological roots behind the book. Within the context, it enhanced the book in a way that wouldn't be possible if the prologue was placed at the beginning or if there was no prologue at all. Has anyone come upon a prologue at the end, or an epilogue at the beginning? I think it's an interesting concept that can't be widely applied. Firewife isn't the most mainstream novel, so that made me wonder, under what circumstances would you write a misplaced prologue? How could it improve the book? Also, is there a name for it? Thanks in advance!