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Synonyms for autobiographical

of or relating to or characteristic of an autobiographer

relating to or in the style of an autobiography

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Keeping up the metaphor of the political guillotine, the whole may be considered as the POSTHUMOUS PAPERS OF A DECAPITATED SURVEYOR: and the sketch which I am now bringing to a close, if too autobiographical for a modest person to publish in his lifetime, will readily be excused in a gentleman who writes from beyond the grave.
In Part I: Leaving the Country, Marrone analyzes the nineteenth century autobiographical narratives of Princess Cristina Trivulzio di Belgiojoso and Elisabeth-Celeste Mogador, both of whom wrote about their extensive travels abroad.
Digital technology linked to the internet facilitates as never before both creation and publication of autobiographical works.
Enenkel's Erfindung des Menschen is an Olympian survey of humanist autobiographical literature.
Describing Ourselves: Wittgenstein and Autobiographical Consciousness.
Queersexlife: Autobiographical Notes on Sexuality, Gender & Identity
His reflections on autobiographical writing are contained in Part One of the present volume.
Indeed, the essays and the various speech genres that his writing inhabits-notes, letters, addresses, speeches-almost all develop around an autobiographical core.
It is an image that took shape in the decades between the two World Wars, and in Writing the Lost Generation: Expatriate Autobiography and American Modernism Craig Monk returns to the scene of its origin, looking at how the expatriate experience was constructed, and contested, through numerous autobiographical writings.
Shifting Perspectives: East German Autobiographical Narratives before and after the End of the GDR.
In "Tales From The Thebaide: Reflections Of A Turtleman", Professor Pritchard has compiled a series of his scientific essays, stories of personal adventures, autobiographical vignettes and philosophy musings.
Before they could vote; American women's autobiographical writing, 1819-1919.
Opal Mehta's apparently autobiographical story--celebrated in The New York Times, USA Today, and many other venues--was making Viswanathan a media sensation, a model of the kind of deranged precocity that Harvard increasingly demands of its students.
A Wealth Of Family: An Adopted Son's International Quest For Heritage, Reunion, And Enrichment by Thomas Brooks is the compelling autobiographical account of the life of the author, and his struggle toward a reunion with his biological family.
A kind of "coming of age" novel with distinctly autobiographical elements by Gerald Inmon, Yocona Puff Adder is the story of Scott and Charlie, two seven year old children growing up in the American south and leading horrific, heroic, disdainful, persistent, and thoroughly active lives.