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someone who keeps a diary or journal

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Nevertheless, Benner's synthesis of both the public and private writings of these diarists brings to light a new perspective of the daily lives these five people endured while living outside of the Warsaw Ghetto.
An appendix at the end of the third volume that lists the sixty-six diarists Woolf read, perhaps in rough chronological order, would be extremely helpful.
Teacher trainees in two separate diary-keeping categories (past diarists and current diarists) were also asked the duration of their diary-keeping.
But a good diarist does not have to be near to the centres of power, or close to the flames.
For example, he uses the first few female diarists to confirm the social expectations of middle-aged women during the war, and writes that 'Nella, Gertrude, and Mary had a good deal in common.
Within this historical and cultural landscape, Blauvelt's diarists were challenged to conform to the ways in which "society shapes people's feelings" (3).
An index of diarists allows readers to trace a single story and conflict more clearly, but it will take lots of flipping of pages.
The difficulties of this argument can perhaps be best elucidated through considering one of Hunter's most important diarists, Margaret Tileston.
But, as Serfaty deals here with diaries freely accessible on the Internet, she has assumed "that the texts uploaded by diarists were certainly personal, often intimate but not private" (12).
Each of the diarists was concerned with how Britain could return to some kind of normality after the huge social upheaval caused by the war, according to Simon.
There is a caveat: the terms under which the diaries were deposited means that the real names cannot be revealed so these five diarists are pseudonymous.
This exhibition, first seen at the Centre Pompidou in Paris, reveals Lartigue as one of the great diarists of his time--and no one becomes a great diarist without the most finely tuned sense of observation, an intellectual bent toward one's own experience that may revel in detailed description yet always aims at epigrammatic summation.
Friend knew the Who' s Who of the art world and, like other great diarists, was able to pinpoint the foibles and strengths of his friends and enemies.
At the same time, diarists logged 278 minutes, and researchers observed people watching 319 minutes.