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Neil Young Writing Styles in Waging Heavy Peace

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Perspective

Neil has written the autobiographical from his perspective. He writes it in the first person narrative without the help or collaboration of another writer. Neil does not simply state dates and events; he included feelings, hindsight, and future dreams and ambitions.

He was a 66 year-old man when he wrote the book.

Neil recollects about his life, his music, and his cars throughout the book. Childhood memories with his parents, his childhood jobs, and juvenile relationships are noted. Neil shares his childhood illnesses, along with his brother's account of Neil's experience with polio. Other illnesses, such as his aneurysm and back pain are also described in the book with details.

Neil writes about his upcoming trip to Hawaii and then shares his casual experiences, such as shopping at Costco and hanging out with his friends, once he got there. In hindsight, Neil could recall how his infatuation with Carrie...

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