Examples of autobiography in a Sentence
I read her autobiography last year.
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Ehud Barak, former prime minister of Israel and author of a new autobiography, will speak at Temple Beth El in Boca Raton on May 31.
Per the Associated Press, Bush wrote of the meeting in his autobiography.
But with an arm shielding his notebook, Henry was lost in what was turning out to be an autobiography.
If the book skews intimate (snapshots of her mother's own home deliveries weave in a rare thread of autobiography), Winant's debut installation at the Museum of Modern Art is monumental.
When Sandra Allen was studying nonfiction writing at the University of Iowa, her Uncle Bob sent her the typescript of his autobiography.
The biggest drawback to the show, ironically, is one of the elements it's built on: autobiography.
Klein has drawn heavily on some 40 hours of interviews, filmed by Anton Perich, with R. Couri Hay and James in 1977, shortly before his death, and intended for another autobiography that also never materialized.
There's been talking of using a photo of his crack-head self on the cover of his autobiography.
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AUTOBIOGRAPHY Defined for English Language Learners
: a biography written by the person it is about
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