Annual Bibliography of Works about Life Writing, 2000-2001

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Annual Bibliography of Works about Life Writing, 2000-2001


Wachter, Phyllis E., Schultz, William Todd, Biography


WITH THE ASSISTANCE OF STEFANIE PAGE

Lejeune, Philippe, and Catherine Viollet, eds. Autobiographies. Paris: CNRS editions, 2001.

Lejeune, Philippe. "Vers une grammaire de I'autobiographie." 9-36.

Uncovers a kind of "practical treatise" for autobiography in Marie D'Agoult's notes for her Memoires.

Viollet, Catherine. "Petite cosmogonie des ecrits autobiographiques. Genese et ecritures de soi." 37-54.

In complement to Lejeune's "grammaire," sketches the various particular studies done since 1995 by the "Genese et autobiographie" group which she directs.

Mena-Barreto, Maria-Ignez. "Le projet de la Vie de Henry Brulard." 55-74.

Argues that the spatial position of the opening pages of the Vie de Henry Brulard--Rome seen from Montorio--is an allegory for Stendhal's biographical revolution.

Simonet-Tenant, Francoise. "Catherine Pozzi, le Journal comme laboratoire de l'oeuvre." 75-96.

Shows how Pozzi's work is both classical journal and philosophical treatise.

Dyer, Nathalie Mauriac. "'Le temps, le temps, le temps pur ... ': Claude Mauriac, du Journal au Temps immobile." 97-118.

Traces Mauriac's movement from project genesis, through original journal, to the elaboration of Le Temps immobile.

Doubrovsky, Serge. "'Quand je n'ecris pas, je ne suis pas ecrivain: Entretien avec Michel Contat." 119-36.

Contat interviews Doubrovsky about his "aurofictions."

D'Agoult, Marie. "Le cahier 1865." Presente par Sandrine Cotteverte. 137-70.

D'Agoult's 1865 notebook reveals her program for a future autobiography.

Leduc, Violette. "L'incipit de Ravages." Presente par Catherine Viollet. 171-94.

Selection of Leduc's unpublished notes contributing to a later novel.

Garson, Charlotte, Aurelie Moreau, Muriel Baudry, and Francois Lermigeaux. "La critique genetique l'universite. L'incipit inedit de Ravages." 195-204.

Responses by four students to Leduc's unpublished text.

Artieres, Philippe, and Gilles Cugnon. "Sida-Memoires: Naissance d'un fonds d'archives autobiographiques." 205-209.

Describes the creation of an archive of SIDA-affiliated autobiographical texts.

Garros, Veronique. "Oeil microscope et oeil telescope. L'historiographie de I'URSS au miroir des journaux personnels." 209-214.

Approaches Stalinist history through journal archives.

Leroux-Hugon, Veronique. "Des ecritures par trop ordinaires? Les manuscripts deposes a I'APA." 215-20.

Discusses the founding of the archives of the Association pour l'Aurobiographie.

Iuso, Anna. "Europa autobiographica." 221-28.

Describes archival collections in Finland, Poland, England, Germany, Austria, Italy, and France.

Lindenmeyer, Kriste, ed. Ordinary Women, Extraordinary Lives: Women in American History. Wilmington, DE: SR Books, 2000.

Suggests that history is often revealed through the lives of lesser known individuals.

Miller, Maria R. "Rebecca Dickinson: A Life Alone in the Early Republic." 5-24.

Through Dickinson's creating a place for herself in late 18th century Massachusetts society, explores the difficulties of life for unmarried women.

Parker, Patricia L. "Susanna Haswell Rowson: America's First Best-Selling Author." 25-38.

Shows how Rowson's writings reflect the greater autonomy enjoyed by some women in the early days of the United States.

McCall, Laura. "Sacagawea: An Historical Enigma." 39-53.

Links the varying interpretations of Sacagawea's life story to specific authors' motives.

Deese, Helen. "Caroline Healey Dall: Transcendentalist Activist." 59-72.

Offers Dall's career as a Transcendentalist as an alternative feminist model to those of Elizabeth Cady Stanton or Susan B. Anthony.

Silver-Isenstadt, Jean. "Mary S. Gove Nichols: Making the Personal Political. …

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