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- WRITING THE AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL NOVEL: JOYS & PITFALLS
- WRITING THE AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL NOVEL: JOYS & PITFALLS. *Writing autobiographical FICTION can be joyous as well as dangerous. The joys are that it: 1.
- 53 PLACE AND IDENTITY IN TWO AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL NOVELS
- This paper will examine two autobiographical novels set in. Vietnam, L'Amant ( 1984) by Marguerite Duras and Métisse blanche (1989) by Kim. Lefevre.
- The Autobiographical Novel and The Autobiography
- of the autobiographical novel are obviously justified if we think of those in which whether the great autobiographical novels can be criticised on such grounds.
- Orestes Brownson's Autobiography and Autobiographical Novels
- Orestes Brownson's Autobiography and. Autobiographical Novels : Self-Narrative as. Negotiation between Facts and Fiction.
- “That Story about the Gun”: Pseudo-Memory in Julia Alvarez's
- ful idiom for understanding the ethos of her autobiographical novels. In How the García Girls Lost Their Accents (1991) and ¡Yo! (1997),.
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- Beresford Egan's Illustrated Fleurs du Mal in (Yet Another) Binding to Behold
- 'The trained eye should see this,' he wrote indignantly in [another of his semi-autobiographical novels] Epitaph , but trained eyes are rare and critics unnumerable.'" (Allen, p. 12).
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- Autobiographical novel - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- An autobiographical novel is a form of novel using autofiction techniques, or the merging of autobiographical and fiction elements.
- Category:Autobiographical novels - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Pages in category "Autobiographical novels".
- How to read an “autobiographical novel” | Times & Seasons
- Apr 15, 2008 I have no idea. You tell me. When I heard that Coke Newell's new novel On the Road to Heaven won several awards, I was excited to read it.
- Amazon.com: An Autobiographical Novel (Revived Modern Classic
- Hamalian revises and expands Rexroth's 1966 An Autobiographical Novel with material left after the poet's death in 1982.
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