We're one and many: remembering auto/biographically: the year's work in non-fiction 2008-2009Faculty of Arts - Papers (Archive)
AbstractThis year as in years past, the story of self told by self or other is strongly represented in this article review, and ranges from Brian Dibble’s impressive and endlessly fascinating biography of Elizabeth Jolley, to the earnest memoir of Paul Crittenden, crafted with integrity but a little too much attention to the dross of life, to Kim E. Beazley Sr. monotonous but historically worthy recording of his time as a politician who attained high office at state and federal level.
Citation InformationAntonio J Simoes da Silva. "We're one and many: remembering auto/biographically: the year's work in non-fiction 2008-2009" (2009) p. 148 - 157
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/tony_simoesdasilva/17/