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  Volume 26, Number 2, Winter 2011

Table of Contents


Rogue War Hero to Naval Role Model: Robert Southey’s Life Of Nelson (1813)

pp. 180-198

Christopher and Frank: Isherwood’s Representation of Father and Son in Kathleen and Frank

pp. 199-218

The Fat Memoir as Autopathography: Self-Representations of Embodied Fatness

pp. 219-237

Performative Auto/biography in Ruth Klüger’s Still Alive: A Holocaust Girlhood Remembered

pp. 238-264

Resisting the Autobiographical Imperative: Anatole Broyard and Mixed Race

pp. 265-280

“Like a Thief Returning to the Shelf”: The Givens of Autobiography in Lyn Hejinian’s My Life

pp. 281-296

Disenabling Fame: Rock ‘n’ Recovery Autobiographies and Disability Narrative

pp. 297-322

The Intersection of Narrative and Science in Robert Sapolsky’s A Primate’s Memoir

pp. 323-341


Pat Mora’s Literary Nepantia: Blueprints for a Word-House Refuge

pp. 342-363

Writing the Lost Generation: Expatriate Autobiography and American Modernism (review)

pp. 364-367

Relative Histories: Mediating History in Asian American Family Memoirs (review)

pp. 368-371

Burdens of Proof: Faith, Doubt, and Identity in Autobiography (review)

pp. 372-375


pp. 376-378

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