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Title: An Autobiography of Everyone? Intentions and Definitions in Doris Lessing's Memoirs of a Survivor
Authors: Dooley, Gillian Mary
Keywords: Doris Lessing
Memoirs of a Survivor
Autobiography
Book reviews
Interpretation
Authorial intention
Socialism
Ideology
Issue Date: Apr-2009
Publisher: Routledge
Citation: Gillian Dooley, 'An Autobiography of Everyone? Intentions and Definitions in Doris Lessing's Memoirs of a Survivor,' English Studies Volume 90 no. 2, April 2009, p. 157-166..
Abstract: Doris Lessing's novel 'Memoirs as a Survivor' was described by Lessing as 'an attempt at autobiography'. This paper examines the autobiographical element, and the ideological concepts which formed Lessing's attitude to autobiography and the universality of experience.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2328/7481
ISSN: 0013838X
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