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Lifewriting Annual

Biographical and Autobiographical Studies

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Volume 1 (August 2006), ISBN-13: 978-0-404-63421-6

Todd W. Nothstein, “Fit to be Imitated: The Federal Franklin”
Jillian Sandell, “E Pluribus Unum: Narrative of National Belonging in the Avon Press ‘Growing Up’ Anthologies”
Kimberly J. Stern, “Reviewing Autobiography: The Self-fashioning of Margaret Oliphant in her Periodical Criticism”
Jonathan Fowler, “A Problem in Autobiography: Plath, Hughes, the Glass Crypt, and the Inifinite Moment”
Denise M. Della Rossa, “Making Women’s History Public in Nineteenth-Century Germany: The Role of Biography in the Women’s Periodical Press”
Irene Eugenie Karpiak, “Taken from-Life: The Tasks of Autobiography for the Adult Learner”
Gail Folkins, “From a Feast to the Moon: Two Journalists Define Paris”

Jacqueline Kolosov, “In Search of Pavlova”

A. V. Christie, “His Arcadia, How Hard It Came to Him” (The Letters of Robert Lowell, ed. Saskia Hamilton)
Marianne Szlyk, “Finding the Lost One(s): Romanticism, Lifewriting, and the Lives of Mary Robinson” (Paula Byrne, Perdita: The Literary, Theatrical, and Scandalous Life of Mary Robinson)
Kent P. Ljungquist, “John Brown’s Cultural Legacy” (David S. Reynolds, John Brown, Abolitionist)
Jacqueline Kolosov, “Two Renaissance Portraits” (Sarah Gristwood, Arbella: England’s Lost Queen and David Riggs, The World of Christopher Marlowe)
Karen Elias, “Climbing the Third Stair” (Karen Armstrong, The Spiral Staircase)
Nawar Al-Hassan Golley, “A Collective Identity in a Divided World” (Queen Noor, Leap of Faith: Memoirs of an Unexpected Life)
Suzanne Bellamy, “Addressing Virginia Woolf after 9/11” (Lisa Williams, Letters to Virginia Woolf)
Christine Fisanick, “My body lies over the ocean” (David Lazar, The Body of Brooklyn)