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. 25, No. 3, Summer

Counter-Transference in Reading Autobiography: The Case of Kathryn Harrison's the Kiss. (Sketches from Life)
I really should call this paper "Reading David Parker reading critics reading Kathryn Harrison's The Kiss." The paper is in two parts. There is a central section about how I read The Kiss in relation to certain critics, some of them sympathetic...
Critical Race Theory and the Limits of Auto/biography: Reading Patricia Williams's the Alchemy of Race and Rights Through/against Postcolonial Theory
My words are my only valuables. Patricia Williams, The Alchemy of Race and Rights Critical race theory has differentiated itself from traditional legal criticism in part by insisting on the importance of auto/biography in shaping legal doctrine...
Poe, the Daguerreotype, and the Autobiographical act.(Edgar Allen Poe)
Living in Philadelphia during the early 1840s, Edgar Allan Poe had an opportunity to observe the city's growing enthusiasm for daguerreotype portraiture, and to participate in its lively publishing scene. At the time, several editors and publishers...