diarist


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diarist

a person who keeps or writes a diary, esp one that is subsequently published
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Life on the home front was the subject of Balsall Commonbased war diarist Clara Milburn
Japanese diarist and poet, a witty, learned lady of the court, whose Makura no so^Oshi (Pillow Book), apart from its brilliant and original Japanese prose style, is the best source on Japanese court life in the Heian period (794-1185).
All I could think was thank God the Eton-educated Tory MP and diarist Alan Clark was long gone into the ether.
As your diarist's plane, packed with Germans, approached Port Elizabeth on Thursday, the pilot aborted landing within feet of the runway.
Jewish diarist Anne Frank and her family are discovered in hiding on August 4 after a tip off from a Dutch informer leads the Gestapo to a sealed-off area in an Amsterdam warehouse.
In addition Tony Benn, who has been described as the best political diarist of our times has consistently shown that the natural legacy of democracy is socialism.
This edition contains new material added by the diarist along with the excellent editorial matter from the original publication.
Robin Lowe takes a diarist's approach to portraiture, putting a psychological spin on casual encounters with friends and family members.
She was landowner, industrialist and traveller as well as diarist.
THE only known film of Holocaust diarist Anne Frank has been released on YouTube.
Youngsters at a Tyneside school got a history lesson from the stepsister of world-famous war diarist Anne Frank.
1945: Young Jewish diarist Anne Frank died in the Bergen-Bergen concentration camp.