- Audio reviews. Carr, Jo // Library Journal;7/1/1994, Vol. 119 Issue 12, p148
Reviews the sound recording `Portofino,' by Frank Schaeffer, read by Christopher Lane.
- ZERMATT (Book). // Kirkus Reviews;9/1/2003, Vol. 71 Issue 17, p1097
Reviews the book "Zermatt," by Frank Schaeffer.
- Worth the Weight. Schwarzbaum, Lisa // Entertainment Weekly;7/23/2004, Issue 775, p80
Presents information on the autobiographical fiction "I, Fatty," by Jerry Stahl.
- Not Just the Facts. Yanofsky, Joel // Books in Canada;Sep95, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p14
Relates the author's observation on the trend in autobiographical writing. Absence of intimacy in personal stories; Increase in the publication of memoirs; Citation of best autobiographical writings.
- She wasn't there, I was there. Flett, Keith; Bellenger, Will // New Statesman & Society;12/16/94-12/30/94, Vol. 7 Issue 333, Blairway to Heaven p47
Presents humorous autobiographies of famous people written by ghost authors.
- Eleni: Hellenizing the Subject, Westernizing the Discourse. Kalogeras, Yiorgos D. // MELUS;Summer93, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p77
Analyzes Nicholas Gage's autobiographical memoir `Eleni.' Establishing correct ideological parameters; Focusing on the text on a series of analogies drawn from the stories and storytellers of the Greek classical tradition; Specific approach; Ethnic purity; Stories of a false beginning.
- SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY. // Ruth Hall & Other Writings;1986, preceding p1
The sources cited within this issue are presented including "Fern Leaves from Fanny's Portfolio," by Fanny Fern, "Fanny Fern, or a Pair of Flaming Shoes," by Florence Bannard Adams and "Melodramas of Beset Manhood: How Theories of American Fiction Exclude Women Authors," by Nina Baym.
- PREFACE. Fern, Fanny // Ruth Hall & Other Writings;1986, p3
A preface for the book "Ruth Hall: A Tale of the Present Time," by Fanny Fern is presented.
- Memoranda. Whitman, Walt // Complete Prose Works Specimen Days & Collect, November Boughs & ;1/1/1910, p357
This is an article that is written by a poet who is critiquing himself. He discusses how his writing settles into shape and that his stuff is mainly autobiographic and egotistical and that as he ages his topics that he writes about begin to differ.