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  Volume 24, Number 1, Winter 2001

Table of Contents

From: Biography

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Autobiography and Changing Identities: Introduction

pp. ix-xx
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Autobiography and Changing Identities Welcome to the Conference July 27, 2000

pp. xxi-xxiii
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Reviewed Elsewhere

pp. 314-367
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Performing Identities

The Rumpled Bed of Autobiography: Extravagant Lives, Extravagant Questions

pp. 1-14
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Performing Identities: Actresses and Autobiography

pp. 15-23
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"I am Prince Jussuf": Else Lasker-Schüler's Autobiographical Performance

pp. 1-34
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Becoming and Be/Longing: Kate Bornstein's Gender Outlaw and My Gender Workbook

pp. 35-56
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"Heightened by Life" vs. "Paralyzed by Fact": Photography and Autobiography in Norma Cantú's Canícula

pp. 57-71
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"Carefully I Touched the Faces of My Parents": Bergman's Autobiographical Image

pp. 72-84
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Performing the Search in Adoption Autobiography: Finding Christa and Reno Finds Her Mom

pp. 85-98
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How Do Diaries End?

pp. 99-112
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Exploring Ethics

Breaking Rules: The Consequences of Self-Narration

pp. 113-127
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Limit-Cases: Trauma, Self-Representation, and the Jurisdictions of Identity

pp. 128-139
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Women's Diaries as Life-Savings: Who Decides Whose Life is Saved?: The Journals of Eugénie de Guérin and Elisabeth Leseur

pp. 140-151
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Chain Gang Narratives and the Politics of "Speaking For"

pp. 152-171
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Writing as Refiguration: Lucy Grealy's Autobiography of a Face

pp. 172-184
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Genome and Genre: DNA and Life Writing

pp. 185-196
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Narrating Nation

In the Second Person: Narrative Transactions in Stolen Generations Testimony

pp. 197-214
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Footprints of the Fugitive: Slave Narrative Discourse and the Trace of Autobiography

pp. 215-225
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Doukhobor Autobiography as Witness Narrative

pp. 226-241
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Autoethnography and Material Culture: The Case of Bill Reid

pp. 242-258
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Displacement and Self-Representation: Theorizing Contemporary Canadian Biotexts

pp. 259-272
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"Hidden Country": Discovering Mina Benson Hubbard

pp. 273-287
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Eva Hoffman's Double Emigration: Canada as the Site of Exile in Lost in Translation

pp. 288-301
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Autobiography, Exile, Home: The Egyptian Memoirs of Gini Alhadeff, AndrÉ Aciman, and Edward Said

pp. 302-313
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Contributors

pp. 368-370
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Research Areas

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