Pamela Des Barres Writing Styles in I'm with the Band

Pamela Des Barres
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Perspective

Miss Des Barres describes her life in the first person, using diaries of her youth. Her memories are prompted into great detail by her journals, which serve to jar the memories of fellow boomers who read her story. This is an interesting and useful format in that we watch Miss Des Barres' teen thought processes. Those who lived through that unusual time period see themselves in many ways. Rock and roll and the way the British invasion saturated American teen lives is captured. Many of Miss Des Barres' generation dreamed of being with McCartney, Jagger, Page, or Plant, and only a handful got to be flies on the walls in the manner that she did. Those interested in her book watch her mature and develop as time passes. It is easy to see why both males and females found her attractive. She has a sunshiney, honest approach to...

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