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WRITING THE AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL NOVEL: JOYS & PITFALLS. *Writing autobiographical FICTION can be joyous as well as dangerous. The joys are that it: 1.
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 [1943], 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.
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Thomas Wolfe: Four of the Greatest 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. 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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