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diarist

a person who keeps or writes a diary, esp one that is subsequently published
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But a good diarist does not have to be near to the centres of power, or close to the flames.
Hidden Lives diarist Maggie Joy Blunt, a publicity assistant from Slough, wrote on June 17, 1945: "Catering difficulties increase rather than decreasea
The diarists represent a broad spectrum of Canadian society, ranging from the wealthy Mina Wylie to Elsie Rogstad Jones who came of age on a Depression-era Saskatchewan farm, from the well-known author Marian Engel to the otherwise invisible Mary Dulhanty preparing for life as a "working girl" in the 1920s.
In the construct of Kunstlerroman, the woman diarist is the "artist/creator" of her life story and diary excerpts proceed through the stages of "growth, discovery, creation, and reflection.
IT may be that Kenneth Williams' harrowing account of his insecurity and isolation in his diary - culminating in suicide - is much closer to the real truth of the lives of many political diarists than the self-serving stories they publish.
The scope of diarists included in this anthology is most impressive.
Few of the diarists held positions of great influence or authority, and the day-to-day events they recorded in their diaries had little immediate impact beyond the confines of their own homes, farms, and villages.
While theorizing and intellectualizing diary- and journal-keeping as it was practiced by well-known authors (such as May Sarton) and obscure women alike, the authors of the fifteen essays include enough details and snippets of the diaries they "deconstruct" to keep both a scholarly and general audience happily engaged in the lives of the featured diarists.
Like the journals themselves, the articles reveal Wells's concerns with "race uplift," a cause that other published Black women diarists of that era, Charlotte Forten and Alice Dunbar-Nelson, shared with race women of that era, Frances E.
Mr Ellis wins a copy of The Assassin's Cloak, an anthology of diarists, supplied courtesy of booksellers' Waterstones.