What Williams is doing by showing how a journalist "reconstruct[s]" the authentic voice of a slave rebel is offering a critique of William Tyson's The Confessions of Nat Turner, a book she claims "travestied the as-told-to
memoir of slave revolt leader Nat Turner," (5) 3 Like Nat Turner, Dessa Rose does not get to tell her story herself.
We also collect first-hand or as-told-to
stories -- oral history -- from around the UAE and different neighbouring regions.
The texts included in Speaking laves, Authoring Texts not only display the importance of as-told-to
narratives, but also further complicate accepted geographical conceptions of enslavement and freedom, while affirming the centrality of maternal relations in narratives of slavery.
The 18 documents include judicial inquiries, letters, last wills and testaments, petitions, trial proceedings, written dialogue, and as-told-to
In this as-told-to
book aided by Lawrence Hill, Key comes across strongly as an unfortunate young man trying to make his way through life and simply getting in over his head.
Obviously, it would have to be an as-told-to
This is an as-told-to
narrative, transcribed into a modified Jamaican Creole by Dr.
Its analogy from a newspaper is like an op-ed piece, an as-told-to
Savion: My Life in Tap is an as-told-to
story (Savion Glover to Bruce Weber, with a foreword by the ubiquitous Gregory Hines) of the most talented of the new breed of tap dancers who embrace street attitudes in their art.
I Know What I'm Talking About" takes the form of an as-told-to
biography, consisting of a series of episodes and adventures from J3's long and colorful career in the Caribbean.
Nearing the millennium we now have shelves of books on Native women including biographies, as-told-to
narratives, autobiographies, poetry, novels, and many more essays and books of history and anthropology.
3) In the middle, combining features of the adjacent forms-and thus challenging the common-sense distinction between them - is as-told-to
autobiography, in which the writer is one person, but the narrator and subject are someone else.