diarist


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someone who keeps a diary or journal

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From Samuel Pepys' account of the Great Fire of London, through to the political commentaries of Alan Clark and Alistair Campbell, diarists have told the story of Britain from the inside.
This volume contains fewer fascinating individual passages as the diarist is well into his eighties and battling cancer.
Tomalin's biography of the diarist Samuel Pepys triumphed over the World War II novel Spies written by her husband Michael Frayn.
What was so rare about him was his sense of dissident national identity: he belonged to the England of the Elizabethan philosopher/astrologer John Dee, of the 17th-century diarist and antiquarian John Evelyn and the mystic and medical man Sir Thomas Browne, and of the metaphysical poets--John Donne, George Herbert, Henry Vaughan.
The former Coronation Street actress committed herself to playing the part of lesbian diarist Anne Lister in the BBC One series Gentleman Jack, which airs tonight at 9pm.
1706: John Evelyn, writer and diarist, died at Wotton, near Dorking.
1666: Great Fire of London begins at 2am in Pudding Lane, 80% of London is destroyed 1792: In Paris rampaging mobs slaughter three Roman Catholic bishops, more than 200 priests, and prisoners believed to be royalist sympathizers during the September Massacres of the French Revolution 1902: "A Trip To The Moon", the first ever sci-fi film, is released 1944: Holocaust diarist Anne Frank is sent to Auschwitz concentration camp 1945: Japanese officials sign the act of unconditional surrender, finally bringing to an end six years of world war 1979: Police discover the body of a young woman - later confirmed to be the 12th victim of the Yorkshire Ripper - in an alleyway near the centre of Bradford 1985: It is announced that the Titanic has been found by a U.S.
Following the diary stage, each diary was analyzed and each diarist was interviewed about his or her experience, noting interesting behaviors and any identifiable patterns from the diaries.
In which Dutch city did the diarist Anne Frank live in an annexe?
Fisher won for Best Spoken Word Album for "The Princess Diarist," the audiobook version of her memoir which came out weeks before she died in December 2016 at age 60 of a sudden cardiac arrest.
The actress won posthumously for best spoken word album for her audiobook recording of her 2016 memoir, 'The Princess Diarist.'
The introduction of each new diary that Woolf read is handled expertly, and there is never confusion or doubt as to who this diarist is or why he or she is important to the story of Woolf's evolution as a diarist.
Today, the New Yorker called me a "diarist." The opening lines were that I came to fame as a diarist, which is just not true.
The unknown aviator and diarist was John MacGavock Grider, who went missing in action on June 18, 1918.
High society diarist Sir Roy Strong revealed he omitted details of the Queen Elizabeth's alleged racism from his memoirs.