Such elements are not always readily recognizable to the reader/researcher, who must further their reading by studying other materials which will enable a better understanding of historical and social contexts depicted in the autobiographic
It is closest to the classical autobiographic
narrative: highly conventionalized narrative-wise, written in the Past tense, emotionally calculated ("I tried to sound cheerful and articulate") and objective-like.
In the graduate school milieu, these autobiographic
and autoethnographic essays also reveal how working-class students' family backgrounds make it difficult for them to network, hob-nob, and politic (Charlip 1996; see also Grimes and Morris 1997:100).
His study sheds light on the reworking of gendered identifies within the Evangelical Pentecostal Church, religious conversion as autobiographic
reconstruction, and the potential of Pentecostalism to promote democratization in Latin America.
Nabokov himself used the term 'chronophobia' in Speak, Memory and, as Hagglund sums up, it is a 'chronolibidinal desire to keep temporal events that motivates Nabokov's autobiographic
While I agree that reader response often lost its way in some secondary classrooms, losing the text and becoming a kind of autobiographic
springboard of TMI, I think Rabinowitz and Bancroft and may underestimate both its current sway in secondary classrooms as well as its compatibility with some of the principles they offer.
Encouraged, the protege merrily attacked the racial divide with insightful, autobiographic
jokes to make his audiences think, all the while laughing out loud.
In the absence of abundant autobiographic
writing and family correspondence, judicial cases have been the main source that historians of Cuba could use to capture slaves' social worlds, whose richness Garcia's collection brings to the fore.
Coming after his foray onto the well-trodden grounds of autobiographic
comics, this is an effective way to end his analysis, bringing Gardner back to his book's greatest strength: its awareness of the comic page as a space for reader choice and interaction.
Expanding upon this concept, many twentieth century composers have chosen to set autobiographic
texts, such as diary entries and letters.
Other aspects of cognition, including autobiographic
memory, could be intact or relatively well preserved.
This is an autobiographic
process used to develop a curriculum sufficient enough to engage students in self and mutual conversation, what Pinar (2004) and Grumet (1976) called complicated conversation and autobiographic