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My Point-- and I Do Have One Summary
Ellen DeGeneres

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My Point-- and I Do Have One Summary

Plot Summary

Ellen DeGeneres describes her book as "a complete, well-rounded, and fleshed-out piece of work," saying that it provides something for everyone in the family to enjoy. The book does not have a plot per se. Instead, the chapters provide comedic episodes and many of these episodes seem to be only loosely attached to any reality. However, Ellen is correct in her assessment that there is something for everyone to enjoy. The book is an enjoyable and easy read.

The book begins with Ellen's search for the truth about her childhood, which she remembers very little about. Unfortunately, her mother remembers even less than Ellen. Apparently, Ellen was not an especially memorable child. A neighbor during her childhood tells the adult Ellen, while she is doing research for her book, that she was "one ugly baby." Perhaps that is why her parents took so few pictures of her in...

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