When memory speaks: reflections on autobiography.

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Notes on front free endpaper, fly sheet, and half title: How much do people leave out of memoirs. What's the diff. between men and women's writing; gay and straight. Lamb lists each of the eight chapter titles, the page number each chapter begins and the names of those discussed. Back endpaper: Hillston, New South Wales. Road from Coorain 1989, True North 1994, University of Sydney 1958, Harvard PhD 1969, University of Toronto 1964-1975 (taught/ V.P.), Smith College 1975-1985, MIT since 1985-Science. Notes/Underlinings: Notes: “Rousseau,” “Franklin,” “Douglass,” “Ford,” “Du Bois,” “Iacocca,” “slave women,” “women v. men,” “Margaret Sanger,” “botched abortion,” “1st woman history Oxford,” “War,” “Vietnam,” “wedding,” “Seneca Falls, Lucretia Mott,” “Susan B. Anthony,” “never a cross word,” “money,” “Lyceum lecture,” “Pankhurst,” “Jane Addams,” “1889 Hull House,” “TR 1912,” “her auto B,” “Pueblo Indians,” “Lesbians, gay men,” “Lesbian, black, Hunter College,” “Jan Morris,” “questions of identity,” “didn't like other searchers,” “the past,” “Nieman,” “We all practice,” “my father's death.” Underlinings: significance of autobiography, how to understand life, models for male history, Frederick Douglass, Andrew Carnegie. Lamb underlines details of subject's lives, thoughts, accomplishments, observations, health, gender, relationships.

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Conway, Jill K, “When memory speaks: reflections on autobiography.,” One Book. One Author. One Hour., accessed February 2, 2023, http://booknotes.gmu.edu/items/show/412.

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Title

When memory speaks: reflections on autobiography.

Creator

Conway, Jill K

Date

1998
Program air date: May 24, 1998

Description

Discusses the import of autobiographies.

Subject

"Autobiography."
"Autobiography--Women authors"
"Biography as a literary form."

Source

Brian Lamb Booknotes Collection
Gift of Brian Lamb, 2011.

Publisher

Alfred A. Knopf
George Mason University. Libraries. Special Collections & Archives

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Format

1st ed.

Language

eng

Identifier

720186
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