Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a biographical sense or manner; with reference to biography.
- adv. In the form of biography.
“Not only biographically -- Bush grew up privileged, Perry grew up poor -- but also in terms of some policies.”
“JC: Everyone one of them are emotionally true but biographically ambiguous.”
“MT: You mostly seem to read Donne's poems biographically.”
“In Favor of Thinking wonders why her students seem so intent on reading literature biographically:”
“But Donne always wore masks and played with the persona of the "I": are you, as a biographer, in danger of a biographically reductive reading of Donne's art?”
“Maybe it's because I'm an interviewer, and what I do is try to - in speaking biographically to someone, understand what created their sensibility.”
“One biographically intriguing fact about Bell is that he got his first music lessons when he was a four-year-old in Bloomington, Indiana.”
“Almost every self-respecting teacher wishes to write autobiographically or biographically at some stage of his or her life -- but with no knowledge of how to do so, beyond self-help books such as my little How to Do Biography: A Primer, which Harvard University Press published in 2008.”
“Read biographically, Town & Country is a cautionary tale wrapped in the trappings of a bedroom farce.”
“Even on the left, the bacchanalian, yippie, gonzo journalism engaging musings on sex and drugs at times seem to confront a renewed Puritanism -- biographically, my writing on the subjects is mostly limited to blogs.”
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