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memoir

1. a biography or historical account, esp one based on personal knowledge
2. an essay or monograph, as on a specialized topic
3. Obsolete a memorandum
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Shapiro: I actually think fiction exposes the writer more than memoir. Readers believe the reverse is true.
When I told my husband about it, he warned that, if I ever had any plans of writing my own memoir, it had better stand the test of public reading.
During an interview in November, Obama hinted on what stories from her past she included in her memoir. She told Hartford Courant, "My parents weren't wealthy.
The field of addiction memoir is vast--it would be easy to write on books about alcoholism alone--and in the interest of covering many different types of addictions we've limited our scope to just a few books per category.
Critique: Exceptionally well written, organized and presented, "Called Along the Way: A Spiritual Memoir" is an extraordinary and inspiring read that is unreservedly recommended for all members of the Christian community regardless of their denominational affiliation.
My wife held up a glossy magazine and said, "Look, even Zayn Malik has written his memoir."
The 26-page memoir, handwritten by Dr David Hughes, Dylan's GP and friend, is on display at the museum until Dylan Day - May 14.
Known as "Pittsburgh's Mark Twain," Jay Speyerer is one of the Pittsburgh region's most popular memoir writing coaches.
Another distinctive aspect of the memoir is McAdams' decision to feature his wife's experiences stateside while he was deployed.
THE fascinating memoirs of a First World War soldier, who accompanied real-life war horses to the frontline, are now available on the web.
Dembowski, in his two-pronged memoir, Memoirs Red and White, provides an engrossing glimpse into his early life growing up in Poland prior to World War II and his subsequent immigration to Canada and eventually the United States.
In any case, The Drone Eats With Me, by Atef Abu Saif, is a war memoir for our era and deserves any prize recognition.