autobiography

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a biography of yourself

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When I write the second volume of my autobiog I'm going to take dead aim for both of them; but I'm just lying in ambush now.
Pavarotti's agent and manager until their highly-publicised bustup a couple of years back, New Yorker Breslin, in his forthcoming tell-all autobiog, says he 'invented' the world's most famous tenor.
Elizabeth Heale draws on recent scholarship of manuscript and print cultures to argue persuasively that authored miscellanies of the mid-sixteenth century "constructed a new kind of autobiog raphical voice, telling a new and significantly different narrative of social aspiration and threatening failure" (66).
Yet paradoxically, his autobiography revivified the effective tradition of African-American autobiog raphy which had been dormant since Booker T.
In hi s autobiog raphy, Demons And Cocktails, he confe s s e d t o being a "coke-taking Zombie" in his days on the road.
The new show, which will focus on another of Helen Forrester's autobiog raphies, should be completed by 2011.
At the box office, the Somers autobiog show had been playing through previews and into its opening week more like "The Prymate in the Thunderbird.
But Long said: "In the p st two weeks I have been asked to do several media interviews in connection with the release of my autobiog raphy.
In his autobiog, charmingly subtitled "In My Anecdotage," he's an excellent tour guide through his life, from Red Hook to the Army to Broadway and the big and small screens.