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In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content: Wachter bio A persuasive case can be made for a causative link between exile and autobiography. This is, of course, partially comprised of the need to make sense of memories and experiences, to create—through the rationalizing force of narrative—coherence in the midst of the emotional turmoil and confusion of dislocation.
If identity is this fluid, there needs to be a container. Voices in the Kitchen: Uses oral histories with her mother and other family members to address agency, subjectivity, and social change.
Women and the Politics of Travel, Fairleigh Dickinson UP, Through works by Isabella Bird, Florence Dixie, and Kate Marsden, considers how travel literature reflected changing attitudes toward gender.
U of Michigan P, Places women's letters written in Greek and Egyptian from the Alexandrian conquest to the early Islamic period in their paleographic, linguistic, social, and economic contexts. With Notes toward the Memoirs. Phillip Herring and Osias Stutman.
U of Wisconsin P, Contains materials found in Barnes's apartment, including unpublished drafts of poems and "notes toward her memoirs. U of Chicago P, Translation of Petersen's autobiography—one of the first by a woman in Germany—and of two of her Pietistic devotional tracts, with a contextualizing introduction.
To Be Suddenly White: Literary Realism and Racial Passing. U of Missouri P, Compares late nineteenth and early twentieth century African American, Jewish American, and Italian American narratives of passing.
Transcriptions of thirty-one letters, with interpretive essays, reveal structures of epiy discourse and female friendship. The Ethics of Working Class Autobiography: Representation of Family by Four American Authors. Confessors and Their Female Penitents, Analyzes priests' roles as confessors and as biographers of spiritually gifted women.
On Witness, Identity, and Justice. Explores the places of memory in the ethics and practices of justice. The Travel Narratives of Ella Maillart: En gendering the Quest. Postcolonial reading of the twentieth century Swiss travel writer.
Brynner, a history professor and son of actor Yul, constructs a single panoramic story of four family generations while providing a chronicle of their times and of modern Russian history.
Loss and Renewal in Memoirs of Family Life. Identifies common themes and structures in memoirs by authors who cared for ill or disabled family members.The interactive Scottish History Site of BBC Online building barracks like Ruthven to quash further rebellion and constructing a system of roads and bridges, under the command of General Wade.
Humanism BIBLIOGRAPHY  In the widest sense, humanism is conceived as referring to an approach to understanding the world and of living in that world focused first and foremost on humans rather than on God  or on nature. In the Scottish historian David Stevenson published his research on the late sixteenth-century Scottish origins and subsequent Scottish development of "modern" Freemasonry, which he placed within a European intellectual context of serious interest in the occult sciences.
Sir Lancelot du Lac (meaning Lancelot of the Lake), alternatively also written as Launcelot and other spellings, is one of the Knights of the Round Table in the Arthurian caninariojana.comd by: Chrétien de Troyes.
King Arthur was a legendary British leader who, according to medieval histories and romances, The romance tradition of Arthur is particularly evident and, according to critics, successfully handled in Robert Bresson's Lancelot du Lac (), Éric Rohmer's Perceval le Gallois.
Irish Raider, British coast, century AD - art by Richard Hook Find this Pin and more on Warriors by Zovolias Alekos. In the West, Irish pirates and raiders pillaged and took slaves back to Hibernia.