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Anne Lamott
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Discuss how Lamott uses the analogy of sewing through out the book.

Discuss how Lamott uses the analogy of sewing through out the book.

How does Lamott use different literary techniques throughout her writing to keep her book from being bland? How would you describe her style of writing?

How does Lamott use different literary techniques throughout her writing to keep her book from being bland? How would you describe her style of writing?

Why is it important that Lamott share the story of her own childhood and how she was helped to recover from the scars of that childhood?

Why is it important that Lamott share the story of her own childhood and how she was helped to recover from the scars of that childhood?

Why do you think that Lamott chooses to “bury” Pammy’s shirt as she does? How does she know the time is right to part with that reminder of her friend?

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