Rabbit: Autobiography of Ms. Pat - How This Book Came To Be Summary & Analysis

Patricia Williams
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Summary

This final section is written by the book's co-author, Jeannine Amber. She writes about how she first heard Patricia's story on a comedy podcast, how they met, and how they came to collaborate on this book. Jeannine writes about how she and Patricia collaborated, including the interview process and Jeannine's fact-checking work. Jeannine writes about the theme of poverty, emphasizing that stories like Patricia's are still happening today and that nobody can transcend abject poverty without help. To conclude, Jeannine characterizes Patricia's story as "a testament to the transformative power of love" (214).

Analysis

This final section acts as a coda and author's note to provide context for the reader on how the book came together. Because the book was co-written, readers may wonder how the two authorial voices were woven together, and this section helps to clarify that. It...

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