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TY AUTO-BIOGRAPHIES 2013 By TY
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Newbridge College - TY auto-biographies 2013. From the TY classes TYA, B, C, D, E & F.
Polyphonic (Auto)Biography Syndrome By Weronika Trojanska
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An author attempts to find her Self through the prism of the opinions of others. About construction of biography/autobiography as a tool for understanding the Self and everyday practice. At the same... More > time she tries to answer the questions of whether a biography can be treated as a fictional construction or could be understood as a learning process manifested as “life”, a performative work. In short, what is biography? And can writing a biography help us understand ourselves? In her work, she presents various opinions and points of view obtained through interesting discussions with others – writers, psychologists, philosophers, musicians, poets, filmmakers – in the form of e-mail exchanges, never resorting to face-to-face conversations. This approach makes her work more remarkable, not only from a psychological point of view but also a sociological one.< Less
The red baron - Movie-Biography-Autobiography By Manfred von Richthofen
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The red baron -between myths and reality
The red baron - Movie-Biography-Autobiography By Manfred von Richthofen
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The red baron -between myths and reality
Autobiography of a Loser By Darryl Bannan
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A humorous look at the trials and tribulations of a young man.
Autobiography of a Loser By Darryl Bannan
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A humorous look at the trials and tribulations of a young man.
Indexing Biographies By Hazel K. Bell
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Books dealing with human lives — be they history, biography, autobiography (including diaries), letters or fiction — can be difficult to index. Precisely defined concepts from a thesaurus... More > cannot be used, and the indexer often has to make subjective judgements as to the choice of language for index entries. Topics discussed include: * whether fiction should be indexed; * examples of outstanding indexes; * analysing the text before starting to index; * dealing with names; * avoiding bias; * the merits of different arrangements (alphabetical, chronological, page-order and theme-by-theme); * how best to deal with the ‘mighty main character’ who may be mentioned on most pages and whose main entry can become overloaded with subheadings; * and, conversely, what to do about minor mentions (why strings of undifferentiated page numbers are sometimes unavoidable in narrative indexing); * the importance of presentation and layout.< Less
I : An Autobiography By David Flynn
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Biography of a man born in a textile mill company town after World War II.
Autobiography of Goethe By Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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In the work of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749 - 1832) one can find the seed of most German thought, literature, science and theology. A hugely influential man, not only on Germany but on the rest... More > of Europe, Goethe's best known work is the two-part play Faust. Goethe was a privy-councilor to the Duchy of Weimar and his interest in foreign literature helped birth the concept of the world literature. George Eliot called Goethe "Germany's greatest man of letters…and the last true polymath to walk the earth."< Less
Madeleine: An Autobiography By Madeleine Blair
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Madeleine: An Autobiography is a book that may be misunderstood by many and it deserves to be read without prejudice – with an open mind. And I commend warmly the courageous frankness of the... More > author in writing it and of the publishers in bringing it out. "Of course Madeleine can hardly be recommended to youth of tender years, but neither could some portions of Shakespeare or the Bible. It would be a very good thing for girls having reached a reasonable maturity to really know more of our "Madeleines." I believe that we should teach children–wisely and properly, of course–what evil is. We should tell them where it lurks and where and how it strikes."< Less