Examples of autobiography in a Sentence
I read her autobiography last year.
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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.
Part autobiography and part journal, the book launches on Tuesday, May 8, with Eckstein signing copies at an Orlando Barnes and Noble (7-9 p.m., 2418 E. Colonial Drive, free, 407-894-6024).
For now, Arena is preparing to go on a book tour when his autobiography comes out June 12 and for a summer of questions about why the U.S. men failed to qualify for the World Cup for the first time since 1986.
At 88, Graham is, and has been for more than five decades, one of the most celebrated men in history, the subject of dozens of biographies and one excellent autobiography.
Cunxin's autobiography, Mao's Last Dancer, later became a film.
His autobiography sat unpublished in the Duke University archives.
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: a biography written by the person it is about
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