Stitches: A Memoir - I Was Eleven (107-156) Summary & Analysis

David Small
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I Was Eleven (107-156) Summary and Analysis

Although the first section of the book ended with a sad, tense scenario, the second section opened with hope. Women who dressed in all their finery came in their fancy cars to come into into the Small's house. It was a successful party where people happily gathered and listened to music, ate great food, and talked and drank. It was a gathering of the Hospital Women's Auxiliary Bridge Club. David loved helping out because he was able to carry Mrs. Dillon's mink coat. He had a big crush on the woman who was a wife of a surgeon. The woman seemed very glamorous to him.

On the nights when the bridge club gathered Mama changed. Her own son could barely recognize her. David helped Mrs. Dillon with her coat as she prepared to leave. She...

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