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  • adv. In a autobiographical manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an autobiographic manner.


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  • Veteran filmmaker Ira Sach's autobiographically inspired, intensely vulnerable, and sexually charged Keep The Lights On chronicles the drug-induced disintegration of an impassioned relationship between an emerging documentary filmmaker and a closeted lawyer living in New York in the 1990s.

    Roya Rastegar: Sundance 2012 Top Picks: Keeping Us Human

  • I would never write autobiographically as I tend to write as an alternative to my life, not a repetition or imitation of it.

    Maggie O'Farrell - An interview with author

  • Hemingway's weaker novels are more autobiographically revealing than his best fiction.

    Hemingway's Achievement

  • "It was an awful mistake to try to write autobiographically about your love life."

    Martin Amis Writes Off Scrutiny

  • I speak here autobiographically, and not of some vanished world long ago but of the 1960s when I made my way to the United States the world was altogether different.

    Islam's Nowhere Men

  • The biggest error the doubters make, Shapiro says, is to believe that dramatists and other authors in Shakespeare's day made a habit of autobiographically inserting themselves into their own works.

    Taking On The Doubters

  • 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.

    Nigel Hamilton: On Biography

  • As time progresses, the voices of child and adolescent survivors — well into in their adult years by the time they write autobiographically — is added to the accumulation of memory narratives, in the next wave of memoirs.

    Holocaust Literature.

  • For author and reader, that predicament — the naïf thrust into murderous History — was always potentially, or actually (autobiographically), his own.

    The Western Front

  • Before any of the children turned five years old, Esther Broner had written autobiographically about the passions of everyday life and about her Jewish heritage.

    Esther M. Broner.


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  • "I decide which car to purchase after looking at the pictures", said Tom autobiographically.

    March 20, 2007