• Ernest J. Gaines
    ensure they received an education. School was not a place for African American children during the 1940’s and in Oscar, Louisiana there was only one classroom that allowed their kind to go to school. Even though that was common in the mid 1900’s, the single classroom was only in session for half a year; therefore...
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  • Kamala Das
    towards her works and my teacher had given me to read Kamala’s autobiography My Story. After her demise, I just browsed few passages and here are a few which I got from various websites. My Story is to date the best-selling woman’s autobiography in post-independence India. My Story is a chronologically ordered...
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  • Rocks on Success Way
    symbol to describe the invisible obstacles which disciples had to face in their learning processing. Disciples were requested to put a rock on their bags once they got any one more thing struggling and take one out if they solve it. The philosopher required each disciple to count the rocks that they had...
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  • Personal Anecdote
    Autobiography Anecdote I intend to write about the time when I broke my wrist. I am writing this autobiographical anecdote in 1st person and my target audience is students. The purpose of this text is to write a recount of the event. I checked my watch for the fifth time this period, 2.40pm,...
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  • Book Review: Little Girl Lost
    PART A Little Girl Lost is an autobiography of Drew Barrymore co-written with PEOPLE magazine's Todd Gold. Drew Barrymore, a twenty-five year old actress (ET, Never Been Kissed, to-be-released Charlie's Angels) has overcome an addiction, proven herself to be a competent, intelligent woman, and is a...
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  • Anne Moody, Coming of Age in Mississippi (1968)
    she began working for whites in the area, cleaning their houses and helping their children with homework for only a few dollars a week. After graduating from a segregated, all black high school, she attended Natchez Junior College (also all black) in 1961 under a basketball scholarship. Then she moved...
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  • Girl Interrupted
    and as far as I know last book, Girl, Interrupted has been hugely acclaimed in America and Britain. 2. Subject of the book: The book is an autobiography . It´s about her memories of her two-year stay at McLean´s psychiatric hospital, where she was treated for depression and Borderline Personality...
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  • McCandless
    1992 with little food and equipment, hoping to live simply for a time in solitude. Almost four months later, McCandless's remains were found, weighing only 67 pounds (30 kg). It has recently been speculated that Chris had developed lathyrism, caused by his consumption of seeds from a flowering plant in...
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  • Anduy
    |In side my mind | |My autobiography | |1997-Present day 2013 | |Andrea Nunez | INTRODUCTION ...
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  • Narrative Essay
    truth. I'm not going to tell you my whole goddam autobiography or anything like that, but I guess I'll just tell you about this madman stuff that happened to me around last week. First off, I had just finished my History class and was packing my goddam bags to get ready for lunch. I went down the stairs...
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  • The Passionate Year Hilton
    fame, Maugham did not receive critical attention for his fiction in Britain. Expressing his frustration with the situation Maugham wrote in his autobiography THE SUMMING UP (1938), that he stood "in the very first row of the second-raters". Maugham's skill in handling plot has been compared with the manner...
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  • jjjkkkkkkkkk
    Uchalya (The Branded) written by Laxman Gaikwad. The novel being an autobiography, recounts the trauma and suffering not only of an individual but of the whole community of the Uchalyas, branded as ‘Criminal Tribes’. As Dalit autobiography, the novel is a revolt against the social inequality of people...
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  • Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf
    exist and was a mere illusion. George and Martha's child was a key element in keeping their marriage alive as they used it as a figurative punching bag: the child was a personification of their marriage. Without it, they would have simply attacked each other and their relationship would have perished...
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  • autobiography of shahrukh khan
    Autobiography Shah Rukh Khan The Autobiography Of Shah Rukh Khan Brought to You By: http://www.imshahrukhkhan.com http://www.imshahrukhkhan.com Page | 1 Autobiography Shah Rukh Khan A Legend Is Born On 2nd November 1965 a normal occurrence happened at the Talwar Nursing...
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  • Autobiography of a Classroom
    Autobiography of a classroom I am a very big classroom in a well-known public school. I cater to needs of the kindergarten class of the school, accommodating I think about eighty five children, a big number isn’t it? I understand that I am the best looking room in the school as, the very small children...
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  • It Caleed
    book I read was 'A Child Called It' by Dave Pelzer. The book is an autobiography of Pelzer. He writes about his struggle to stay alive in a home where he is treated like a slave and an animal. The book begins with the people at Dave's school finally report Dave and his condition to the authorities. Then...
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  • Ernest J. Gaines
    upbringing set the stage for his distinctive regionalist writing style, which can be seen in his most famous works, A Lesson Before Dying, and The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman. These novels effectively transport readers back in time, and unncover racism of the past. His books are riddled with symbolism...
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  • Bill Bryson & Stephen King. (Biography and Works)
    Drake University but dropped out in 1972, deciding to backpack around Europe for four months. He returned to Europe the following year with his high-school friend, the pseudonymous Stephen Katz. Some of his experiences from trip are relieved as flashback in Neither Here Nor There: Travelers in Europe wish...
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  • The Differences of Hurston and Wright
    He is married for the second time to a woman named Ellen Poplar in 1941 and she has their first daughter in April 13, 1924 named Julia. His autobiography Black Boy gets him recognized as the first African American bestseller. In 1945, Wright then moves with his family to France where he becomes a...
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  • Autobiography
    in the sky which takes about more than 50,000 years to make the journey. I remembered there was once, my grandpa took me out on a bike to buy me a school bag. I was so young and I did not know how to place my legs on the passenger seat, consequently I hurt my foot by getting it trapped in the bicycle wheel...
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