George Müller Writing Styles in Autobiography of George Muller

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Perspective

Muller tells his story from a first person point of view, giving his own personal and honest feelings, without the thoughts of others. Occasionally, Muller includes short bits of dialogue between himself and supporters of his ministry, as he remembers them.

In the beginning of the autobiography, Muller obviously looks into his past to give the reader an honest look at his own background. He honestly records his rebellion in his youth, making no excuse for the way in which he treats his father and mother. He even admits to disrespectful behavior upon the passing f his mother in his youth. This perspective serves to provide a contrast between the young Muller and the man he becomes.

After beginning the orphan houses, however, the book takes on more of a diary feel, with periods of daily entries. Sometimes, however, gaps appear, when the reader assumes that nothing the...

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