autobiography

[ aw-tuh-bahy-og-ruh-fee, -bee-, aw-toh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF autobiography

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His autobiography was translated into English and published in London in 1846.

What says our author about "biography, autobiography, and history?"

He sat down to write his new book which was, in a way, an autobiography.

The whole episode takes about three pages of his autobiography.

To take them as an attempt at autobiography would be a mistake.

His autobiography gives us some interesting details of each.

The Autobiography is Franklin's longest work, and yet it is only a fragment.

The first edition of the Autobiography was published in French at Paris in 1791.

Here the first part of the Autobiography, written at Twyford in 1771, ends.

But there is one point about the book that deserves some considering, its credibility as autobiography.

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