Stitches: A Memoir - I Was Six (pages Beginning - 106) Summary & Analysis

David Small
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I Was Six (pages Beginning - 106) Summary and Analysis

"Stitches" by David Small is a graphic novel depicting a remembrance of a young boy who grew up in a dysfunctional world. This memoir shows how he observed his world and dealt with illness he didn't understand. It also shows how he broke free from the bondages of that world.

I Was Six ( Beginning - 106)

This is a graphic novel with much of the story shown through pictures. The first chapter opens in a very dark setting. After the title "I was Six," there is a black page with a single word on it saying "Detroit." The opposing page shows a close-up of factories with dark smoke coming out of them. Following this, the images open up to a city street, then a house, a staircase, and a boy drawing.

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