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The Private Self: Theory and Practice of Women's Autobiographical Writings
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Adventures Ahuri American Autobiography anecdotes Anne authors autobiographies by women Autobiography of Alice Bibliography Boston British Autobiography captivity captivity narratives career Cavendish chapter childhood chronological critics death describes diaries disguise disjunctive domestic early edition efforts eighteenth century Elizabeth Elizabeth Cady Stanton emotional England English Autobiography especially experiences famous father feelings female autobiographers feminist Flying friends genre Gertrude Stein girlhood Halkett Hellman husband intellectual journals Kate Millett Kempe Kempe’s Lady later letters Lillian Hellman lives London Lucy Brewer male autobiographies Margaret Margery Kempe marriage Mary Memoirs men’s Millett mother narrative nineteenth century novelist one’s Patricia Meyer Spacks Pentimento Pilkington political portrait professional prose psychological published Quaker readers religious reveals self-image seventeenth sexual Shumaker Slave slavery social spiritual autobiographies Stanton story studies subjective tells Teresa Toklas travels University Press woman women’s autobiographical tradition women’s autobiographies women’s movement women’s suffrage written wrote York