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  Volume 25, Number 1, Summer 2010

Table of Contents


Forms of Self-Disclosure in the Lyrical Essay

pp. 1-17

Vested Interests: The Con Artist, the Historian, and the Feminist Biographer

pp. 18-31

Navigating Cape Horn: Negative Near-Death Experiences in Philippe Labro’s Dark Tunnel, White Light

pp. 32-46

Intimately Strange Societies: Cultural Translation in Travel Memoirs of Origin

pp. 47-57

Tragicomic Autobiography: Kathleen Tamagawa’s Holy Prayers in a Horse’s Ear

pp. 58-73

Taking Oneself Seriously: Autobiography, Comedy, and Occasional Writing in Kurt Vonnegut’s Fates Worse than Death

pp. 74-96

Coming to Knowledge: Elizabeth Isham’s Autobiography and the Self-Construction of an Intellectual Woman

pp. 97-121

Making the Case for Self-narration Against Autofiction

pp. 122-137


New Essays on Life Writing and the Body (review)

pp. 138-141

Owning Up: Privacy, Property, and Belonging in U. S. Women’s Life Writing (review)

pp. 142-146

The Prose of Life: Russian Women Writers from Kruschev to Putin (review)

pp. 147-150

The Domestication of Genius: Biography and the Romantic Poet (review)

pp. 151-154



pp. 155-156

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