Memoirs

• (n.) A memorial of any individual; a biography; often, a biography written without special regard to method and completeness. • (n.) A memorial account; a history composed from personal experience and memory; an account of transactions or events (usually written in familiar style) as they are remembered by the writer. See History, 2. &b...
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Memoirs

(from the article `Bülow, Bernhard, Fürst von`) Bülow`s posthumously published memoirs, Denkwürdigkeiten (ed. by Franz von Stockhammern, 4 vol., 1930–31; Eng. trans. Memoirs, 4 vol., 1931–32), ...
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Memoirs

(from the article `English literature`) ...Hutchinson, the parliamentarian commander of Nottingham during the Civil Wars. Edmund Ludlow, like Hutchinson one of the regicides, fled to ...
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Memoirs

(from the article `Gibbon, Edward`) ...reader and could indulge his tastes the more fully since his schooling was most irregular. He attended a day school in Putney and, in 1746, ...
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Memoirs

(from the article `Nenadovi, Matija`) In his Memoirs Nenadovi gives a fascinating account of the course of the first insurrection and of early attempts to establish a native government in ...
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Memoirs

(from the article `nihilism`) ...a true spirit of the rebellious young generation. In his novel What Is to Be Done? (1863) Chernyshevsky endeavoured to detect positive aspects in ...
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