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In so doing, she gave us an autobiography that has held up for more than a century.

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His handwritten autobiography reawakens in Lee a longing to know her motherland.

His elocution, perfected on stage and evident in television and film, make X’s autobiography an easy yet informative listen.

The book is not so much an autobiography of Hastings — or even Netflix’s origin story.

By contrast, Shing-Tung Yau says in his autobiography that the Calabi-Yau manifold was given its name by other people eight years after he proved its existence, which Eugenio Calabi had conjectured some 20 years before that.

It is worth noting that in his Autobiography (p. 88) he speaks of the time “about 1839, when the theory was clearly conceived.”

He was sorry he had not accepted it sooner, for because of it he had never really written his autobiography.

Then at twenty I wrote an autobiography for another person, and was paid ten pounds for it.

Think of those chapters in his Autobiography which he said were "going to make people's hair curl."

Miss Martineau at once set her affairs in order, and sat down to write her Autobiography.

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