“But these are my memoirs; and _memoirs_ mean recollections.”
“And because of the stink, it appears a new trend in memoirs is about to begin – the disclaimer sticker.”
“Something that distinguishes your book from other memoirs is the narrative voice.”
“Yet escape she did in 1787, the year following that of her imprisonment at the Salpétrière; she reached England, compiled the libels which she called her memoirs, and died strangely in 1791.”
“Inanity in memoirs by athletes, politicians and movie stars.”
“This book, much like his previous two memoirs, is lush with narratives about manhood, fathers and sons, families and the changing face of the rural South.”
“Can't wait to get a copy of the Sarah Palin memoirs brochure!”
“What is nice about this book is that besides reprints of M.C. Escher's works, it also features several essays by Escher himself, including his memoirs from a trip he took to Canada in 1960.”
“I may see the spite more in memoirs, especially family memoirs, than in biographies.”
“Three sets of memoirs from the heart of the former prime minister's team are being published and criticise Mr Brown's personality and behaviour.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘memoirs’.
Words from the book by Jane Jacobs.
Looking for tweets for memoirs.