Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of the nature of autobiography.
- adj. Of or relating to a person's life or an account of a person's life, as told by the subject.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Pertaining to, or containing, autobiography.
- adj. of or relating to or characteristic of an autobiographer
- adj. relating to or in the style of an autobiography
“Romany Rye_, in which George Borrow, if he did not exactly create, brought to perfection from some points of view what may be called the autobiographic novel.”
“But it shares with the poems shortly to be noticed what may be called the autobiographic charm.”
“He does with ease the kind of "autobiographic" comedy that Carrie Fischer and Joan Rivers have been trying to pull of in recent years with 10 times the ease and results.”
“What I am about to share was not part of my formal research when the event happened; most of this information is public knowledge now, though, and I am simply recounting my biographical as well as autobiographic perspective.”
“Ecclesiastes. (6 pages) The work consists of personal or autobiographic matter, at times expressed in aphorisms and maxims illuminated in terse paragraphs with reflections on the meaning of life and the best way of life.”
“Some of the scenes with Topaz contain very autobiographic elements.”
“Not only did his long-running series of autobiographic comic books, "American Splendor," transform the genre with a psychological honesty that earned him comparisons to Dostoevsky and Chekhov, but Pekar became a genuine celebrity after the 2003 feature film named after his series, starring Paul Giamatti as Pekar and Cleveland as itself, won the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance.”
“The anguish and rage of his autobiographic character were likened to those of Dostoevsky's resentful "Underground Man" in an influential 1983 piece written by Marshall Berman for the Village Voice.”
“Quite possibly the first autobiographic comic, it was filled with Mr. Pekar's wry observations and complaints about the monotony of life in Cleveland and his frustrations in human relationships.”
“Sadly, the most interesting limited release opener, Tim Allen's semi-autobiographic Crazy on the Outside, tanked earning just $64,438 on 75 screens (guilty as charged, I didn't see it either this weekend).”
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