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In his Autobiography, Williams would later write, " I felt at once that Waste Land had set me back twenty years and I'm sure it did.
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Autobiography and Williams
* Williams, Robert F. While God Lay Sleeping: The Autobiography of Robert F. Williams ( completed in 1996, unpublished )
Her books include Blue Window: Poems, The Trinket Poems, and William Carlos Williams and Autobiography: The Woods of His Own Nature.
Autobiography and would
In Milton Berle: An Autobiography, he explained, " I was scared shitless, even when he went on to tell me that Pauline would save my life.
In 1932, using an accessible style to appeal to a wider audience, she wrote The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas ; the book would become her first best-seller.
Z. Ornea noted that, in a short section of his Autobiography where he discusses the Einaudi incident, Eliade speaks of " my imprudent acts and errors committed in youth ", as " a series of malentendus that would follow me all my life.
He would later admit in his To the Stars: The Autobiography of George Takei that " without that snipe from guard, the scene Sulu eventually beats up that same guard would not have played even half as heroically for Sulu.
A thorough record of Christ's Hospital in Several essays by Lamb as well as the Autobiography of Leigh Hunt and the Biographia Literaria of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, with whom Charles developed a friendship that would last for their entire lives.
In his Autobiography he said that in Illinois he " would get entirely clear of the evil of slavery, that he could improve his financial situation and procure lands for my children as they grew up.
She also went trick-or-treating and learned that " La La ", not " Autobiography ", would be her third single.
The majority opinion was that the law was overinclusive, and would have prevented the publication of such works as The Autobiography of Malcolm X, Thoreau's Civil Disobedience, and even The Confessions of Saint Augustine.
Slash, who would go on to fame with Guns N ' Roses, also auditioned for the position and made it to the final three, but lost to DeVille ; In his Autobiography Slash acknowledged discomfort with Poison's image when Rikki Rockett suggested that Slash wear make-up and change his clothing style.
In October 2004 it was announced that its title track, " Autobiography ", would be the third single ; however, on October 29, it was announced on Simpson's official website that " Autobiography " would be replaced as the third single by " La La ", following Simpson's Saturday Night Live incident.
Meyer was known in conservative and libertarian circles for his nocturnal lifestyle – Buckley among others has recalled ( in Miles Gone By: A Literary Autobiography ) that Meyer would sleep by day and be on the phone by night on behalf of his journalism and activism.
In Margaret George's 1986 fictional " The Autobiography of Henry VIII ," Will Somers protects the manuscript from Queen Mary, who would destroy it.
Autobiography and later
Charlotte responded by finishing and sending a second manuscript in August 1847, and six weeks later Jane Eyre: An Autobiography, was published.
William Shatner, in his 2008 book Up Till Now: The Autobiography, speaks about how later in their lives Nimoy tried to help Shatner's alcoholic wife.
Stein's writing can be placed in three categories: " hermetic " works that have gone largely unread, best illustrated by The Making of Americans: The Hersland Family ; popularized writing such as The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas ; and speech writing and more accessible autobiographical writing of later years, of which Brewsie and Willie is a good example.
Interest in his life continued, and nearly two decades later, his life story was updated and published as Uncle Tom's Story of His Life: An Autobiography of the Rev.
As Sullivan's Autobiography of an Idea testifies, the vitality and originality of Furness meant more to him than what he was taught at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, or later at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris.
In 1998 Jones published his autobiography, Vinnie: The Autobiography, which was later revised and reprinted a year later to include information on his first film appearance in Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels.
He later was featured in Will: The Autobiography of G. Gordon Liddy released in 1982, and with Tom Selleck in the first season of the TV series Magnum, P. I., in the episode 12 entitled " Thicker Than Blood " as an unnamed Federal Bureau of Investigation agent.
* National Library and Archives of Canada Autobiography of W B Tucker, a home child who became a Methodist minister, and later founded The Montreal City Mission.
In February 1960 he featured on the UK television show This Is Your Life, an appearance which later inspired an album The Nat Gonella Story, modelled on Louis Armstrong's A Musical Autobiography.
Augustus Carp, Esq., By Himself: Being the Autobiography of a Really Good Man is a satire, originally anonymous, first published in the UK in May 1924 and later that year in the US by Houghton Mifflin.
Autobiography and write
Around 1868, Sherman began to write a " private " recollection for his children about his life before the Civil War, identified now as his unpublished " Autobiography, 1828 – 1861 ".
In 1907, the manuscript of The Autobiography of a Super-Tramp drew the attention of George Bernard Shaw, who agreed to write a preface ( largely through the concerted efforts of his wife Charlotte ).
Bird went on to write his autobiography simply titled My Autobiography ( with a foreword by Michael Parkinson ), which sold more than a million copies.
Autobiography and I
In An Autobiography Christie admits, " I was still writing in the Sherlock Holmes tradition – eccentric detective, stooge assistant, with a Lestrade-type Scotland Yard detective, Inspector Japp ".
" I was never a great amorist ", Wells wrote in Experiment in Autobiography ( 1934 ), " though I have loved several people very deeply ".
Unlike many of his contemporaries, he did not record in the early blues era, but his life is well documented thanks to his autobiography, I Say Me for a Parable: The Oral Autobiography of Mance Lipscomb, Texas Bluesman, narrated to Glen Alyn, which was published posthumously, and also a short 1971 documentary by Les Blank, A Well Spent Life.
George Sylvester Viereck and Paul Eldridge wrote a trilogy of novels My First Two Thousand Years, an Autobiography of the Wandering Jew, ( 1928 ), in which Isaac Laquedem is a Roman soldier who, after being told by Jesus that he will " tarry until I return ," goes on to influence many of the great events of history ; he frequently encounters Solome ( described as ' The Wandering Jewess '), and travels with a companion, to whom he has passed on his immortality via a blood transfusion ( another attempt to do this for a woman he loved ended in her death ).
The Unselfishness of God, and How I Discovered It: A Spiritual Autobiography ( New York: Fleming H. Resell Co., 1903 ).
* Devil in Deerskins: My Life with Grey Owl by Anahareo ( 1972 ) published in the UK as Grey Owl and I: A New Autobiography by Anahareo ( 1972 )
In his article The Human Vocation: An Autobiography of Higher Education for the Nordicum-Mediterraneum, he states that he " came to philosophy as a last resort, because as someone naturally disposed to question unexamined assumptions and conventional beliefs, I could find no other profession which permitted this vocation at the appropriate level of research.
C. J. McLin, Jr .' s autobiography is titled Dad, I Served: The Autobiography of C. J. McLin Jr. Wright State University Press, 1998.
In 1960, Burgess published his last book, Now I Remember, Autobiography of an Amateur Naturalist, depicting memories of his early life in Sandwich, as well as his career highlights.