Life Class: The Education of a Biographer
Retracing footsteps to explore profound and intriguing questions, this personal memoir discusses the pleasures of biographical discovery and the pitfalls--technical, personal, and moral--of entering other people's lives. This deeply personal account of a biographer's life includes the adventures of childhood, convent education, university studies, and a late-blooming writing career.
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