The discovering of his autographical
hymn in the Ortona Capitular Library and of information about his death in Sulmona in 1802 (9) open a new field for research about this composer who left Naples and spent the rest of his life in the Abruzzi.
It's an autographical
account of Irvine's life with kings and queens, including actual recipes from various functions.
Those involved in he exhibition are using Mr Equiano's autographical
account, 'The Interesting Narrative' of the Life of Olaudah Equiano or Gustavus Vassa - the African,' as their primary source.
In the best forward to any book I've ever read, Maugham describes his novel as "not an autobiography, but an autographical
novel in which the emotions are all mine.
In fact, one could argue that each poem is an autographical
work because the spoken word artist exposes his/her emotions and reveals a little of him/herself in each text.
For developing a thick dataset of course-centric impact, this kind of critical autographical
representation was an effective assessment approach for the instructor as well.
In May this year 18 of Harry St John Bridger Philby's unpublished, autographical
letters fetched 102,250 [pounds sterling] at a Sotheby's auction in London.
I feel Abbott is onto something in saying of Beckett's writing: 'As action, it was a kind of autographical
music, the significance of which far exceeded the satisfactions of formal control and the pleasures of artful repetition' (p.