- n. Plural form of biography.
“I have long been fascinated by family history, the role of patriarchy, and the neglect of women in biographies of famous men.”
“This has been a common thread in biographies of famous men until recently: namely, that the women in one's life were sources of difficulty.”
“But unlike most Einstein biographies, this is only part of the book; another part is the human being behind the incredible brain.”
“It can be searched by name, by country, by state and alphabetically and it includes biographies from the most important sites on the web in all languages.”
“I have yet to read any of their bio comics that are any good, and even if someone wrote a stunning biography of Oprah Winfrey, I have a hard time believing an editor is going to look at that and go “Shit, this person writes great trashy celeb cash-in biographies, I definitely want to see what they can do with a completely different style of writing.””
“This is the kind of stuff, often side notes in biographies, that I actually remember.”
“When fiction meets history: study day - many contemporary writers interweave historical knowledge with narrative, whether in biographies, memoirs, historical fiction or fictionalised histories.”
“That little stack at the top from Oxford University Press are lovely enough to merit a post of their own, individual biographies from the Oxford DNB, more soon.”
“Examines persistent myths and biases in biographies concerning London's birth, personality, alcohol consumption, marriage to Charmian, and working-class perspective.”
“I check out bestsellers and fat biographies from the library, read fifty or a hundred pages, then return them for a new, equally unsatisfactory batch.”
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