David Small Writing Styles in Stitches: A Memoir

David Small
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Perspective

"Stitches: A Memoir" is written from the point of view of David Small. It's a story of his own life. David is a successful artist, and he uses his art to explain what it was like growing up piecing some of the obstacles he had in his life. In this book, he looked back on his past with subjective insight.

When David wrote about his mother, and when he drew pictures about her, he Drew them from the viewpoint of a child who didn't understand what was going on. The end of the book, he wrote a brief section about his family and the insight he received as an adult regarding his mother is pointed out.

When one looks back at the book with this knowledge, one can see glimpses into his mother's situation from an adult point of view. For example, the young David feels as if...

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