Examples of autobiography in a Sentence
I read her autobiography last year.
Recent Examples of autobiography from the Web
During his time studying Armenia’s liturgical music at Etchmiadzin Cathedral, Suni studied under Komitas and later wrote in his autobiography that he was inspired by his teacher’s openness to folk music.
The Secret Life: Three True Stories of the Digital Age by Andrew O'Hagan (10/10, FSG) O'Hagan reports on his adventures in cyberspace, including ghostwriting Julian Assange's autobiography and tracking down the inventor of Bitcoin.
In his early teens, Prodigy once attempted suicide, hoping to release himself from the grip of his disease, according to his autobiography.
Her book won the National Book Critics Circle award for autobiography.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak said in his 2006 autobiography iWoz, that contrary to some popular accounts, the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs did not help build Apple’s first computers.
Generals write autobiographies; foot soldiers write memoirs.
Royalties from the 1987 autobiography ranged between $100,000 and $1 million, according to the new report.
In one notable week in 2005, his client John Banville won the Booker Prize and Victor finalized a deal for Clapton's autobiography.
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First Known Use of autobiography
AUTOBIOGRAPHY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of autobiography for English Language Learners
: a biography written by the person it is about
AUTOBIOGRAPHY Defined for Kids
Definition of autobiography for Students
: the biography of a person written by that person
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