Biography

Founded in Jan. of 1978, Biography is a quarterly journal published by the University of Hawaii Press. Its subject matter is literature. Stanley Schab is the Managing Editor, George Simson is the Founding Editor, Marie-Jose Fassiotto is the Reviewed Elsewhere Editor and Miriam Fuchs and Craig Howes are the Co-Editors.

Articles from Vol. 23, No. 3, Summer

Beyond the Master Letters: A Computerized Word Content Analysis of Emily Dickinson Correspondence with Samuel Bowles and Susan Gilbert
Much of the personal life of one of America's greatest poets, Emily Dickinson, remains shrouded in mystery. She was relatively unknown during her lifetime, spending most of her adult years voluntarily confined to her father's house in Amherst, Massachusetts....
Reading as Re-Vision: Approaches to Reading Manuscript Diaries
We need to support each other in rejecting the limitations of a tradition--a manner of reading, of speaking, of writing, of criticizing--which was never really designed to include us at all. --Adrienne Rich, "Toward a More Feminist Criticism" ...
The Exile and the Ghostwriter: East-West Biographical Politics and the Private Life of Chairman Mao
The Private Life of Chairman Mao, by Zhisui Li, Mao Zedong's private doctor for twenty-two years, was originally published in 1994, in the United States. [1] Li's intimate biography of Mao gives a shocking account of life behind the scenes of the top-level...