Examples of autobiography in a Sentence
I read her autobiography last year.
Recent Examples of autobiography from the Web
The One Day,’’ which surveys and denounces the greed and corruption of contemporary life in a range of voices that mix autobiography, history, and prophesy.
Justice Sonia Sotomayor out-earned her fellow authors, netting $117,500 in advances for two books, including an adaptation of her autobiography, My Beloved World, for young readers.
In various interviews, Indiana points to LOVE as taking inspiration from spiritual rather than erotic origins, but, like much of his work, his LOVE painting of 1966 is saturated in color and autobiography.
After laying relatively low for the last decade, Ashlee Simpson-Ross is ready to introduce her fans to a new kind of autobiography.
Lindell plans to use the photo as the cover of an upcoming autobiography.
What is wrong with that?’ —Rosmah Mansor, the wife of the former prime minister of Malaysia, in her 2013 autobiography.
From its beginnings, U2 has engaged in the public as well as the personal, so any autobiography must also reckon with the band’s activism.
For 45 years, Cameron tried to get his autobiography published.
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Definition of autobiography for English Language Learners
: a biography written by the person it is about
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