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- Biography is a profoundly social form, which examines subjects in their social settings large and small.
- Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly began publication in the university's Center for Biographical Research in 1978.
- The biography is a sympathetic yet not sycophantic telling of the story.
- Biographers are author s who write an account of another person's life, while autobiographers are authors who write their own biography.
- Biographers are authors who write an account of another person's life, while autobiographers are authors who write their own biography.
- Biographers are committed to expounding upon the lives of their subjects.
- It was the inconsistencies of Schindler's account that led Alexander Wheelock Thayer to commence research for his pioneering biography in the 1850s.
- But in 1866 the first volume of Alexander Wheelock Thayer's great Life appeared, and Beethoven biography has not been the same since.
- Brenda Maddox is an American author, journalist, and biographer, who has lived in the UK since 1960.
- Brenda Maddox is an American author, journalist, and biographer.
- Brenda Maddox is an award-winning biographer whose work has been translated into ten languages.
- Carl Bernstein, another Clinton biographer, echoed much the same tale during a recent appearance on CNN.
- It’s difficult to digest any of Carl Bernstein’s Hillary bashing rants.
- He became famous for overseeing the publication of Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein's stories documenting the Watergate Scandal.
- Cushing was also awarded the Pulitzer Prize in 1926, for a biography of one of the fathers of modern medicine - Sir William Osler .
- Cushing was associate Professor of Surgery at Johns Hopkins from 1903 to 1912.
- Cushing was born in Cleveland, Ohio, the son of Kirke Cushing, a physician, and Bessie Williams.
- Cushing was declared the neurosurgical specialist among the Hopkins surgeons.
- David McCullough is an amazing writer and honors his philosophy of making history interesting and turning it into a story.
- David McCullough is one of the best-selling biographers and historical authors today.
- David McCullough was born in 1933 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, educated there and at Yale.
- Debby Applegate (born 1968) is an American biographer.
- From what I can tell, the biographer, Debby Applegate, is not a Christian.
- Now, Debby Applegate has capably answered this for me with her stunning biography.
- Deborah Solomon interviewed the people who knew Abstract-Expressionist painter Jackson Pollock (1912-1956) for this insightful portrait.
- Deborah Solomon is a New York-based art critic who writes regularly for the Wall Street Journal and The New York Times, among other publications.
- Deborah Solomon brings to [Cornell's] life a lucid intelligence, an incisive knowledge of art history and a rare sensibility.
- Team of Rivals, Doris Kearns Goodwin's much anticipated book about Abraham Lincoln, marks her return to the arena after a devastating scandal.
- Doris Kearns Goodwin deserves every prize she's ever won.
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- Ellison was also a charter member of the Fellowship of Southern Writers.
- Ellison was also an accomplished sculptor, musician, photographer and college professor.
- Ellison was best known for his novel Invisible Man ( ISBN 0-679-60139-2), which won the National Book Award in 1953.
- Ellison was born in Oklahoma City, OK, probably in 1913.
- Ellison was educated in a segregated school system in Oklahoma, graduating from Douglas High School in 1931.
- Esther was the first woman member of the American Antiquarian Society and left the rights to her books to the Society.
- Esther was "pert, sprightly, and gay." Hannah was all of that and an outrageous flirt besides.
- Esther was extremely nearsighted and dyslexic, problems which impeded her schoolwork.
- Esther was upset at the changes, so she sent it to Houghton-Mifflin and they said they would publish it unaltered.
- Esther was very imaginative and told stories to her sisters all the time, so she was excited at the chance to write about anything.
- Honors Abraham Flexner Way in downtown Louisville 's hospital district was named by the Louisville Board of Aldermen in November 1978 to honor Flexner.
- Wilhelm Wundt, Abraham Flexner of the General Education Board and the decline of American education due to modern theories of educational psychology.
- Abraham Lincoln is a subject to which she's done justice, and he is a subject she needed more than she first knew.
- Abraham Lincoln is an ambiguous figure in history and literature, with much disagreement centered on his beliefs and actions regarding African Americans.
- Abraham Lincoln was a farmer, and, by 1780, a rich one for his time.
- Abraham Lincoln was but the flowering of generations of upright, honorable men.
- Abraham Lincoln was president of the United States from 1861 until his shocking assassination in 1865.
- Alan Jay Lerner went on to study at Juilliard, in England and, finally, at Harvard, where he wrote for college productions.
- Official Broadway credits for Alan Jay Lerner, biographical information and other related facts.
- Alan Jay Lerner had eight wives, the last of them actress Liz Robertson, who was with him when he died of lung cancer in New York City on June 14, 1986.
- Alex Haley was first sent off to college at the age of 15.
- Allen was born in Houston, Texas and went on to earn a B.A. degree in classical Greek literature, speech, and theater from Howard University.
- Allen was first introduced as Lydia Grant in the 1980 movie Fame.
- Ann Petry was born above her father's drugstore on 12 October 1908 in Old Saybrook, Connecticut.
- Anthony Heilbut is an American writer, and record producer of gospel music.
- Arianna Huffington is a nationally syndicated columnist and author of ten books.
- Arianna Huffington is an author, columnist and TV personality who has been a brilliant public gadfly for decades.
- Artemas Ward ( May 28 1848 - March 14 1925) was an American author and advertising executive.
- Category: 1848 births, 1925 deaths, American biographers The article "Artemas Ward (writer)" is part of the Wikipedia encyclopedia.
- Astor was a slumlord, a war profiteer, and a merciless jobber who shipped opium to China and sold liquor to Indians.
- Astor was born in Germany in 1763 and came to the New World at age 20 with a shipment of musical instruments as his stake.
- Athens was a trading community; Dante and Titian were the growth of great marts, and England was already commercial when she produced Shakespeare.
- Athens was described without the author ever having seen the city.
- An author is any person(s) or entity(s) that originates and assumes responsibility for an expression or communication.
- The author was also recruited for the lecture circuit, receiving $4000 for each appearance.
- Axel Madsen joins a long list of John Jacob Astor biographers.
- Axel Madsen, 76; writer chronicled the lives of celebrities, business giants.
- One of Kerouac's biographers Barry Gifford also sends material, as does another Kerouac biographer Tom Clark.
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- Barry Paris is an award-winning biographer, film and music critic, and journalist who is the author of Louise Brooks (Minnesota, 2001).
- Beatles are shown as traumatized human beings, who in fragile states of mind are wrung through an ordeal beyond anyone's imagining.
- The Beatles is a dark, riveting fable about a group that in breaking up let the whole world down.
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- Beecher was a magnetic figure whose career path happened to coincide with New York's strongest economic growth and with a national spiritual awakening.
- Beecher was born into a Calvinist home and his father was considered by some to be the last American Puritan.
- Beecher was eventually exonerated by a hung jury.
- Beecher was largely responsible for changing the core beliefs about Christianity in the 19th Century.
- Beecher was one of America's first celebrities, a powerful man with qualities that delivered both his greatest strengths and his fatal flaws.
- Benjamin Franklin was fifty-nine in the year of the Stamp Act.
- Benjamin Franklin was motivated to make life better, for the prevalence of freedom and exposition of corruption in government and the elite class.
- Benjamin Ivry is an American writer on the arts, broadcaster and translator.
- Bob Colacello presents an insider's look at the man and phenomenon that was Warhol.
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- Bob Spitz is an American writer and author best known for his celebrity biographies.
- A book is like a child.
- The book is a fascinating look into Warhol's personal reflections on his friendships and the people involved in the scene at the time.
- The book is a great work of scholarship throughout.
- The book is a pleasant read, but its treatment of the material is so selective and one-sided as to undermine its credibility.
- The book is a quagmire of self-loathing and narcissism, it's the literary equivalent of being led through a maze by a blind person.
- Books are not seldom talismans and spells.
- Books are the strong tincture of experience.
- Books were cherished commodities.
- The books are upon shelves around the wall and all are within easy reach.
- The books were written by many different writers over the years.
- Brodie was a native of Chicago, the son of Latvian Jewish immigrants who was alienated from both his family and his ethnicity.
- Brodie was the second of five children of Thomas E. McKay and Fawn Brimhall.
- Brodie was the second of five children of Thomas E. and Fawn Brimhall McKay.
- Brodie was the second of three children of Thomas E. McKay and Fawn Brimhall.
- Capote was particularly interested, Miller says, in “the notion of writing an article about a loss of innocence.
- Capote was particularly interested, Miller says, in ---the notion of writing an article about a loss of innocence.
- Carl Sandburg is a relative of the Swedish royal dynasty of Vasa.
- Carl Sandburg was born in Galesburg, Illinois, as the son of poor Swedish immigrant parents.
- Carl Sandburg was virtually unknown to the literary world when, in 1914, a group of his poems appeared in the nationally circulated Poetry magazine.
- Charles Ball was born a slave around 1785 in Calvert County, Maryland.
- Charles Ball was born into slavery in Maryland near the end of the 18th century, the son of a kidnapped African.
- Clifford Irving was a former Chairman of the Executive Council and Member of the Legislative Council in the Isle of Man.
- Constance Reid pense pourtant qu'il a moins de faiblesses.
- Bell's later book, Development of Mathematics has been less famous, but Constance Reid finds it has many fewer weaknesses.
- Crane was a correspondent for the New York World.
- Crane was habitually reckless as a war correspondent.
- A collection of quotations that Dale Carnegie found inspirational interspersed with excerpts from his own writings.
- A book describing how a variety of people have applied the principles that Dale Carnegie and his successors have taught.
- No one was more sensitive to the changing currents of present-day life than Dale Carnegie.
- Daniel Mark Epstein is an award-winning poet, biographer, and dramatist whose works include Lincoln and Whitman, Sister Aimee, and Nat King Cole.
- David Herbert Donald is a two-time Pulitzer Prize winning author, professor and historian.
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* David King Udall
* David Levering Lewis
* David Ritz
* Dorothy Ruth
* Doug Wead
* Dumas Malone
* Eddie Doherty
* Edmund Morris
* Elaine Dundy
* Elisabeth Elliot
* Ellen Emerson White
* Emily Chubbuck
* Emily Hahn
* Eric Lax
* Eric Nisenson
* Ernest Samuels
* Evelyn Wells
* Eve Golden
* Fred Barnes
* Gary Giddins
* Gerald Clarke
* Gustaf Sobin
* Harvey Cushing
* Hunter Davies
* Invisible Man
* Irving Stone
* Jacob Riis
* James Bacon
* James Boswell
* James Grant Wilson
* Jean Sasson
* Joan London
* Joe Klein
* John Hay
* John Mccain
* Juanita Brooks
* Juanita Jennings
* Kitty Kelley
* Lee Hill
* Leslie Stephen
* Meryle Secrest
* Michael Eric Dyson
* Milt Thomas
* Moses Coit Tyler
* Peter Ackroyd
* Pulitzer Prize
* Samuel Johnson
* Washington Irving
* Winston Churchill
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