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The book becomes much more interesting in the second chapter, where Kibbe jumps to pure personal narrative.

I believe that many depressed people are constantly afflicted by the crushing negative feedback of a negative personal narrative.

They do so because this is their personal experience and their personal narrative.

The Bush guru's new memoir offers a brief and compelling personal narrative, followed by 500 pages of dishonesty and deception.

The artists aspired to restructure personal narrative visions in original styles.

We will now pause in our personal narrative and tell what had been going on the preceding summer in other parts of the Territory.

The growth of an artist is an intellectual and spiritual development which can scarcely be followed in a personal narrative.

Partly as the answer to questions of that kind, this book assumes somewhat the form of a personal narrative.

The first pilgrim who followed the crusaders, who has left us a personal narrative, was an Anglo-Saxon named Swulf.

Putting aside my personal narrative, look at the offer I made to the nation,—a choice of no less than two new professions!


On this page you'll find 24 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to personal narrative, such as: autobiography, diary, journal, life, life story, and memoir.

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