Examples of autobiography in a Sentence
I read her autobiography last year.
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Her plans for the future include completing an autobiography and working on an animated series.
Literature, culture, history, autobiographies, self-help, science, art, cooking and gardening books are among the thousands of donations.
Gore was inspired to pen it after reading Priscilla Presley's autobiography, Elvis and Me.
The village provided a backdrop to scenes in Obama’s best-selling 1995 autobiography Dreams from My Father.
Getchell adapted Woody Guthrie's 1943 autobiography Bound for Glory for the 1976 biopic that was directed by Hal Ashby and focused on four years in the life of the legendary folk singer, played in the film by David Carradine.
This year has also seen Mr. Davis release an autobiography, release the aforementioned albums and marry Keyshia Ka'oir in a lavish wedding on Oct. 17.
In the middle of the summer of the election, the former Facebook ad-targeting product manager, Antonio García Martínez, released an autobiography called Chaos Monkeys.
The story stands out as a rare moment of vulnerability in an autobiography that’s otherwise largely a catalog of personal and professional triumphs.
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