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someone who writes an account of a person's life

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But as a biographer you know that your understanding of this person's life is part projection, part fable, and only partly the stringing together of facts.
The first chapter, "Beginnings," introduces the reader to Donaldson's own experience as a literary biographer.
Disappointment followed at Newbury in august but with some juice in the ground at Doncaster, Biographer ran a much better race when fourth in the Doncaster Cup while his final effort on Champions Day at ascot was pretty decent as he came from the back of the field to finish a two-and-a-half-length sixth.
DON'T J WRITE HIM OFF Biographer (right) wins at Ascot last year
Biographer was eventually worried out of it by Caucus, but Lanigan will no doubt consider that run to have been another small step forward.
According to Royal biographer Helen Rappaport, Albert turned a fun-loving woman into a dutiful German housewife.
Both of those factors, allied with his Great Voltigeur entry, indicate that Biographer is highly regarded and, based on the profiles of Lanigan's best horses, it seems to be worth taking note of such apparent confidence in a horse's talent.
North Korean diplomats in Myanmar have confiscated hundred of copies of a biography of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il written by a well-known local author, the biographer confirmed Saturday.
Geisel deserves a first-rate biographer, and Pease almost provides him with one.
This particular book is a timely publication when most A level English specifications offer creative non-fiction writing as a coursework option and the craft of the biographer is likely to be unfamiliar to most A level English students.
The issues of trust are ones that face every biographer.
A young English biographer is working on a book about the late writer, John Coetzee.
The shortlist for the second Sheridan Morley Prize, named in memory of the critic and biographer to honour excellence and originality in a theatre biography, autobiography or diary, has been announced in The Stage.
Author's Note: These verses remember Mark Royden Winchell both as a biographer and as a reviewer of my book 'The Habitual Peacefulness of Gruchy: Poems After Pictures by Jean-Francois Millet (LSU Press, 2005).
Writing teacher Dawn Thurston and award-winning ancestral biographer Morris Thurston present Breathe Life Into Your Life Story: How to Write a Story People Will Want to Read, a no-nonsense guide to crafting an engaging autobiography.