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n. pl. au·to·bi·og·ra·phies
The biography of a person written by that person.

au′to·bi·og′ra·pher n.
au′to·bi′o·graph′ic (-bī′ə-grăf′ĭk), au′to·bi′o·graph′i·cal adj.
au′to·bi′o·graph′i·cal·ly adv.
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Noun1.autobiographer - someone who writes their own biographyautobiographer - someone who writes their own biography
biographer - someone who writes an account of a person's life


nAutobiograf(in) m(f)
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One of our living autobiographers states that when he was a small baby in Moscow in 1812 the French soldiers fed him with bread.
Taken together, these books form a primary document of modern Jewish historya contribution to the study of the past that uses the tools not of the historian, but of the autobiographer.
The result is a blend of what the subject, German pilot Franz Stigler, said about his Luftwaffe service and what the autobiographer has added.
Rudolf is (was) variously a psychiatrist, essayist, translator, poet, autobiographer, literary critic, editor, and occasional BBC broadcaster.
Of course, Goldblatt's insights, like those of any autobiographer who chooses to reconstruct a childhood, are today necessarily generated from an adult retroperspective; yet the lack of reflexivity about this reconstructive process arguably weakens its credibility in that early stage of building a story when the reader's trust needs to be not so much assumed as earned.
But maybe there was no transformation during, and maybe Hendrix was an honest haze that suffused Neal the electric autobiographer from the first page.
Though the religious scholar reports the folk history of the Delta, the autobiographer reveals the meaning of the academic journey.
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She has been a small-business owner, an autobiographer, a lecturer and is currently a public school teacher.
Which real-life personality - and now newly an autobiographer - is the Pierce Brosnan character based on?
Critic, novelist, autobiographer and poet, Professor Barbara Hardy, born and educated in Swansea, will receive the honour along with Professor Geraint Jenkins, originally from Aberystwyth.
Though he did not live to a very advanced age, the monstrously gifted and prolific Chesterton wrote so much so well--scoring important successes as an essayist, Christian apologist, biographer, autobiographer, playwright, art and literary critic, poet, novelist and writer of detective stories--that it is impossible to do him any sort of justice in the usual 300 to 400 page study that constitutes most modern biographies of the man.