effect, in our autobiographical writing
we are challenging what Conway
Further contributions on pre-classical writing include an examination of the motivation for autobiographical writing
by widows (Helga Meise) and the related topic of notions of subjectivity in seventeenth-century writing (Eva Korman).
Amelang with an appropriate metaphor to launch his fascinating and illuminating study of the practice of artisanal autobiographical writing
in early modern Europe.
Remarks from student papers in a Composition 101 class offer anecdotal evidence that autobiographical writing
options may not eliminate writing anxiety but can generate motivations that will allow students to transcend the "academic exercise" and experience writing and scholarship as personally meaningful and rewarding acts.
A list of further reading recommends books on adoption, trauma and loss, rational emotive behavior therapy, autobiographical writing
, mindfulness, breathing, health and stress reduction, acceptance and commitment theory, and systemic work and family constellations.
Controlling time and shaping the self; developments in autobiographical writing
since the sixteenth century.
Like Fontane, Tanzer shows the cigar-smoking, card-playing Ebner to be capable in her autobiographical writing
of an explicitness, which one glimpses in her fiction only rarely, as in the story Das tagliche Leben (1901), with which Tanzer begins her analysis.
Initially published in 1935, seven years before Dust Tracks on a Road - the text Hurston and her publishers advertised as autobiography - Mules and Men also presents Hurston as both observer and observed, as narrator and protagonist, in a fashion analogous to the role of the narrator in overtly autobiographical writing
Intense individualism, exuberance of spirit, frequently extravagant rhetoric, and the mystical celebration of youth, sex, and America characterize Wolfe ' s highly autobiographical writing
It describes research on the relationship between first and second language writing, the sociocultural movements in second language writing and identity studies, the construction of identities, and current concepts in the literature on examining writers' voices; the relationship of the writers' autobiographical identities to their emergent identities; how changing from autobiographical writing
to story-continuation writing influenced their writing processes; and an examination of five of the writers and their identities.
Their topics include the Chinese macabre in missionary publications and horror fiction, Chinese images of foreign missionaries during the late 19th century, memory and truth in early Chinese autobiographical writing
, and a new twist on phony Zen.
Despite the presence of the word 'gay' on the title page and the hybrid 'gay/queer' on the back cover, this valuable study of Spanish autobiographical writing
by men is rigorously structured around the provisionality of identity labels.