Title Essays in eighteenth-century biography / Edited with and introd. by Philip B. Daghlian.
Publication Bloomington : Indiana University Press, [1968]
Copyright date [©1968]
Description 126 pages
Call # 809.6 E78
Note "Papers ... delivered at Indiana University on March 17 and 18, 1967, at a conference on biography as an art."
CONTENTS.-Literary form in factual narrative: the example of Boswell's Johnson, by R. W. Rader.-The uses of autobiography in the eighteenth century, by D. Greene.-How much should a biographer tell? Some eighteenth-century views, by J. L. Clifford.-Selected bibliography, by R. D. Kelley.-A reading course in autobiography, by D. Greene.
Subject Biography -- 18th century -- History and criticism.
Biography as a literary form.
Addl. Author Daghlian, Philip B.

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