To her he dictated the memoirs
which were to avenge his memory, and she had to assure him constantly that his treatment had been a disgrace.
I was reading his memoirs
, and learning to know his sweet, honest, simple nature while I was learning to know his work, and I wish that every one who reads his plays would read his life as well; one must know him before one can fully know them.
She ran the risk of wasting another minute or two, and went on with the memoirs of Tommie.
Isabel had barely stated this last afflicting circumstance when the memoirs of Tommie were suddenly cut short by the voice of Lady Lydiard--really calling this time--from the inner room.
The books were the Bible, a volume of Methodist sermons, and a set of collected Memoirs
of Methodist saints.
My only chance for earthly immortality is a corner in your Memoirs
Benvenuto Cellini tells us in his memoirs
, that, after a certain terrible dream or vision which he had during his confinement in the castle of St.
For a long time after it was ushered into this world of sorrow and trouble, by the parish surgeon, it remained a matter of considerable doubt whether the child would survive to bear any name at all; in which case it is somewhat more than probable that these memoirs
would never have appeared; or, if they had, that being comprised within a couple of pages, they would have possessed the inestimable merit of being the most concise and faithful specimen of biography, extant in the literature of any age or country.
In her memoir
, Leila Bin Ali has blamed her husband's chief of presidential security Ali Seriati, currently in jail, of being behind a 'plot' that led to the uprising, which sparked the Arab Spring revolts, the report added.
'44 Online includes all the original elements (cards, dice, little plastic soldiers, and scenarios) that made the board game popular while virtually eliminating the learning curve by automating game setup, teaching the rules, and matching playing partners.
In novelist Rupert Thompson'shocking new memoir
, This Party's Got to Stop, he details how, in an attempt to come to terms with the death of their father, he and his two brothers move back into his house after his death.
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Despite the necessary skepticism Yagoda brings to his subject, it's clear that he comes to the memoir
with deep respect.
Yet on the evidence of her memoir
, Mary Cheney is burdened by no such curiosity.
With an intellectually observant voice, no doubt aided by the book's ghostwriter, music journalist Kris Ex, 50 makes his memoir
socially relevant, weaving it around a supporting cast whose lives, like his, are being swallowed by urban decay and drugs.