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diarist

a person who keeps or writes a diary, esp one that is subsequently published
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The Dual Realm is a diaristic work written in the voice of its protagonist.
The cognitive failure of the diaristic recollection of events introduces a moment of literary self-reflectivity that provides a further critical layer of conventional expectations for women.
The entries consist of fantastic and often terrifying dream narratives, allegorical episodes, diaristic travel accounts, and zoological and botanical sketches.
AGEE HELPED SPORADICALLY with the farming, but we know from Famous Men's diaristic passages that he saved more of his energy for nightfall, writing while the family slept on verminous mattresses that were "such a crime against sex and the need of rest as no sadistic genius could much improve on.
Lamine Ammar-Khodja's "Ask Your Shadow" is a diaristic account of the filmmaker's return to Algeria after eight years in France.
Reading his extensive body of writing from this period, which consistently takes on a diaristic form, one feels great empathy for the trauma of the AIDS crisis that he suffered through and the transformation of mind, body, and spirit that it engendered.
His chief source for the facts of the true story that undergirds and propels this epic work is the diaristic account of the heroine Pi'ilani's life, as reported by her to the journalist John Sheldon, who had kept his promise to present her tale in its original Hawaiian language format.
She started Dollspace in 1997 and continued adding hypertext and images through 2001, transforming it from "a clear and poetic narrative line of flight to a more segmentary and diaristic work" ("The Art").
Journeys East's three-hundred-page core--its beating heart--reprints Gardner's running commentary, both diaristic and epistolary, on her long Asian journey.
Paradoxically, however, the reality of this new country is in relative terms the more strongly registered and perceived than the imaginary construct of South Africa in Coetzee's oeuvre generally has been, in part by way of diaristic and autobiographical devices.
The elucidation of this stubbornly recurring diaristic agenda is one of the major accomplishments of Hellbeck's study.