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Écrire sa vie
Author: Philippe Lejeune
Publisher: Editions du Mauconduit
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Pages: 120
Year: 2015
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Ce recueil de textes offre une synthèse du travail de P. Lejeune, depuis ses recherches et publications sur le récit de soi jusqu'à la création de son centre d'archives autobiographiques, l'APA (Association pour l'autobiographie).
Josep Pla
Author: Joan Ramon Resina
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1487501846
Pages: 312
Year: 2017
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In Josep Pla, Joan Ramon Resina teases out the writer's deep-seated intellectual concerns and challenges the assumption of Pla as an anti-intellectual.
Comme une rage de justice
Author: Henri Burin des Roziers, Sabine Rousseau
Publisher: Editions du Cerf
ISBN: 2204111023
Pages: 176
Year: 2016-04-20
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« L'avocat des sans-terre » : tel est le nom de guerre d'Henri Burin des Roziers. Une guerre que ce frère dominicain a menée au Brésil, au risque de sa vie, de la fin de la dictature militaire aux années Lula. Une guerre pour les paysans et afin qu'ils se libèrent de leur condition d'esclaves modernes. Une guerre contre les puissants et leurs sicaires, qui ont mis sa tête à prix et ont cherché plusieurs fois à le tuer. Vatican Il, mai 1968, l'installation en province et en usine, puis le choix de l'exil, le choix des plus pauvres, le choix des plus démunis, des plus vulnérables: des exclus des Trentes Glorieuses aux déshérités de la terre, des immigrés nord-africains aux damnés latino-américains, de la misère ici à la déréliction là-bas, il n'y a qu'un pas. Mais il y aussi toute une vie, vibrante d'engagement au service de la justice. Henri Burin des Roziers s'est laissé convaincre de se raconter. Il livre ici la chronique de ses combats et, plus encore, de leurs raisons qui valent pour hier comme pour aujourd'hui. C'est bien le portrait d'un grand homme qui se profile derrière ce récit simple et bouleversant, sincère et enflammé, qui, loin des clichés médiatiques, constitue aussi un traité d'insurrection à l'usage des jeunes générations. Un témoignage majeur, dans la lignée du pape François.
Passing Time
Author: Michel Butor
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Pages: 267
Year: 1961
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Shantytown Kid
Author: Azouz Begag
Publisher: U of Nebraska Press
ISBN: 0803262582
Pages: 212
Year: 2007-04
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An autobiographical novel of growing up in the multicultural environment of contemporary France tells the story of Azouz Begag, the son of an illiterate Algerian immigrant in Lyon and his coming of age in a world of ethnic and racial tensions.
Touching the World
Author: Paul John Eakin
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400820642
Pages: 268
Year: 1992-04-15
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Paul John Eakin's earlier work Fictions in Autobiography is a key text in autobiography studies. In it he proposed that the self that finds expression in autobiography is in fundamental ways a kind of fictive construct, a fiction articulated in a fiction. In this new book Eakin turns his attention to what he sees as the defining assumption of autobiography: that the story of the self does refer to a world of biographical and historical fact. Here he shows that people write autobiography not in some private realm of the autonomous self but rather in strenuous engagement with the pressures that life in culture entails. In so demonstrating, he offers fresh readings of autobiographies by Roland Barthes, Nathalie Sarraute, William Maxwell, Henry James, Ronald Fraser, Richard Rodriguez, Henry Adams, Patricia Hampl, John Updike, James McConkey, and Lillian Hellman. In the introduction Eakin makes a case for reopening the file on reference in autobiography, and in the first chapter he establishes the complexity of the referential aesthetic of the genre, the intricate interplay of fact and fiction in such texts. In subsequent chapters he explores some of the major contexts of reference in autobiography: the biographical, the social and cultural, the historical, and finally, underlying all the rest, the somatic and temporal dimensions of the lived experience of identity. In his discussion of contemporary theories of the self, Eakin draws especially on cultural anthropology and developmental psychology.
On Autobiography
Author: Philippe Lejeune, Paul John Eakin
Publisher: Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press
ISBN: 0816616329
Pages: 289
Year: 1989
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La Quinzaine littéraire
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Year: 1998
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War

War
Author: J. M. G. Le Clézio
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Pages: 288
Year: 1973-01-01
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Autobiographical acts
Author: Elizabeth W. Bruss
Publisher: Johns Hopkins Univ Pr
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Pages: 184
Year: 1976
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On Diary
Author: Philippe Lejeune
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
ISBN: 0824833880
Pages: 351
Year: 2009
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Summary: "On Diary is the second collection in English of the groundbreaking and profoundly influential work of one of the best-known and provocative theorists of autobiography and diary. Ranging from the diaryʼs historical origins to its pervasive presence on the Internet, from the spiritual journey of the sixteenth century to the diary of Anne Frank, and from the materials and methods of diary writing to the question of how diaries end, these essays display Philippe Lejeuneʼs expertise, eloquence, passion, and humor as a commentator on the functions, practices, and significance of keeping or reading a diary. Two substantial introductory essays by Jeremy Popkin and Julie Rak place Lejeuneʼs work within its critical and theoretical traditions and comment on his central importance within the fields of life writing, literary genetic studies, and cultural studies."--Publisher description.
Memoirs of a Breton Peasant
Author: Jean-Marie Deguignet
Publisher: Seven Stories Press
ISBN: 1609802594
Pages: 239
Year: 2011-10-18
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A fascinating document of an extraordinary life, Memoirs of A Breton Peasant reads with the liveliness of a novel and bristles with the vigor of an opinionated autodidact from the very lowest level of peasant society. Brittany during the nineteenth century was a place seemingly frozen in the Middle Ages, backwards by most French standards; formal education among rural society was either unavailable or dismissed as unnecessary, while the church and local myth defined most people's reasoning and motivation. Jean-Marie Déguignet is unique not only as a literate Breton peasant, but in his skepticism for the church, his interest in science, astronomy and languages, and for his keen—often caustic—observations of the world and people around him. Born into rural poverty in 1834, Déguignet escapes Brittany by joining the French Army in 1854, and over the next fourteen years he fights in the Crimean war, attends Napoleon III’s coronation ceremonies, supports Italy’s liberation struggle, and defends the hapless French puppet emperor Maximilian in Mexico. He teaches himself Latin, French, Italian and Spanish and reads extensively on history, philosophy, politics, and literature. He returns home to live as a farmer and tobacco-seller, eventually falling back into dire poverty. Throughout the tale, Deguignet’s freethinking, almost anarchic views put him ahead of his time and often (sadly, for him) out of step with his contemporaries. Déguignet’s voluminous journals (nearly 4,000 pages in total) were discovered in a farmhouse in Brittany a century after they were written. This narrative was drawn from them and became a surprise bestseller when published in France in 1998. From the Hardcover edition.
Disability Histories
Author: Susan Burch, Michael Rembis
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 025209669X
Pages: 448
Year: 2014-12-30
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The field of disability history continues to evolve rapidly. In this collection, Susan Burch and Michael Rembis present nineteen essays that integrate critical analysis of gender, race, historical context, and other factors to enrich and challenge the traditional modes of interpretation still dominating the field. As the first collection of its kind in over a decade, Disability Histories not only brings readers up to date on scholarship within the field but fosters the process of moving it beyond the U.S. and Western Europe by offering work on Africa, South America, and Asia. The result is a broad range of readings that open new vistas for investigation and study while encouraging scholars at all levels to redraw the boundaries that delineate who and what is considered of historical value. Informed and accessible, Disability Histories is essential for classrooms engaged in all facets of disability studies within and across disciplines. Contributors are Frances Bernstein, Daniel Blackie, Pamela Block, Elsbeth Bösl, Dea Boster, Susan K. Cahn, Alison Carey, Fatima Cavalcante, Jagdish Chander, Audra Jennings, John Kinder, Catherine Kudlick, Paul R. D. Lawrie, Herbert Muyinda, Kim E. Nielsen, Katherine Ott, Stephen Pemberton, Anne Quartararo, Amy Renton, and Penny Richards.
Metaphors of Self
Author: James Olney
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400886449
Pages: 360
Year: 2017-03-14
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James Olney examines the writings of seven men--Montaigne, Jung, George Fox, Darwin, Newman, Mills, and Eliot--and traces the essential and unique autobiographical impulse, and in a real sense makes it live. Originally published in 1981. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.
La Gana
Author: Jean Douassot
Publisher: John Calder Pub Ltd
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Pages: 559
Year: 1974-01-01
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