Translation of autobiography in Spanish:


autobiografía, n.

Pronunciation /ˌɔdəbaɪˈɑɡrəfi//ɔːtəbʌɪˈɒɡrəfi/

nounPlural autobiographies

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    autobiografía feminine
    I like reading autobiography me gusta leer autobiografías
    • It is a unique record that pushes at the boundaries of autobiography and fiction.
    • He then adds in elements of autobiography, fragments of myth and history and a dose of magic realism.
    • It is part autobiography, part history, part psychological investigation of the Scottish character.
    • The blues sounded like autobiography, like ordinary people telling the story of their lives.
    • It went right across the board - from literary fiction to celebrity autobiography.
    • In four volumes of autobiography and three books of journals he distilled much of the flavour of each decade of a remarkable century.
    • I'm of another party, the one that says all autobiography is fiction.
    • This is autobiography, and since when have we been worried about autobiography being indulgent?
    • I'm always reluctant to do so because I don't want this blog to turn into autobiography by other means.
    • The details, he says, are pretty much straight autobiography, the sentiments also.
    • If all fiction is autobiography, then we must suggest that perhaps all autobiography is fiction.
    • The relation between autobiography and your writing is a complicated one.
    • Her art combines romantic autobiography and detached conceptualism.
    • Indeed there is probably more fiction in autobiography than there is autobiography in fiction.
    • Although he claims that his films should not be read as autobiography, he is a past master at transforming his life into art.