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Patty Duke Writing Styles in Call Me Anna: The Autobiography of Patty Duke

Patty Duke
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Perspective

In this book, Patty Duke is writing about her own life. Patty Duke's perspective is highly personal because the subject matter is very personal. Patty Duke once promised her mother in light of all the bad publicity that appeared about her during her career that she would someday set the record straight. This book is Patty Duke's attempt to do just that. Patty Duke has written this book so that the public and her fans will know that she never took drugs, that she was not a prima dona, that she had a difficult childhood filled with lies told not by her, but by her managers.

The perspective of this book is important because this book is presented as an autobiography. The fact that Patty Duke wrote this book, along with a ghost writer, in the first person point of view and told her life story as she...

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