Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to autobiography; characterized by an autobiographic tendency.
- Same as autobiographic.
- adj. Of or relating to a person's life or an account of a person's life, as told by the subject.
- adj. relating to or in the style of an autobiography
- adj. of or relating to or characteristic of an autobiographer
“Based on information supplied in autobiographical and press sources, the book matches events in Afghanistan, Guantánamo, Iraq, and various secret places of detention with provisions in the Geneva Conventions and other international agreements on war crimes.”
“Why do you use this common voice, and how autobiographical is the way he lives in, and reacts to, the world?”
“I think first person autobiographical is a starting point in writing and that we grow in maturity as we try to see through the eyes of others.”
“On the inescapably situated politics of subjectivitythe forms and meanings of Iin autobiographical texts more broadly, see Smith and Watson, De/Colonizing the Subject.”
“The novel has been called autobiographical, which Jacobson agrees with in a sense - like Oliver, Jacobson grew up in Manchester in the 50s, played table tennis, dreamed of being a world champion and mostly failed.”
“No matter how aptly presented, these foreboding atmospherics and metaphors have remained by-the-numbers for the adult thriller for decades; and like the stale, recycled charades of today’s politics, they grow tiresome quickly, not overlooking certain autobiographical parallels.”
“Ernaux’s reputation rests largely on two books about her parents that are often described as autobiographical novels but resemble high stylized memoirs.”
“WARD: "Born to be a Loser" would have been called autobiographical, if Donley had had the insights others had into him.”
“It is not about the blog culture so much as an 8,000 word autobiographical tale about her experience in it.”
“I'm subtitling my autobiographical Star Trek vid "Star Trek, My Love" in Russian today.”
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