Lifewriting Annual: Biographical and Autobiographical Studies announces publication of volume 4 by AMS Press, Inc., of New York. The book was co-edited by Thomas R. Smith and Carol DeBoer-Langworthy.

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Contents include:

Essays

David Bahr, “Labile Lines: Art Spiegelman, Darryl Cunningham, and The Comics of Mental Illness.”

Deanna Reder, “Native American Autobiography: Connecting Separate Critical Conversations.”

Matthew V. Wells, “Seeing is Believing: Faith, Doubt and Self-Presentation in Ge Hong’s The Master Embracing Simplicity.”

Carolyn W. de la L. Oulton, “‘see if I don’t you poor old book’: Repositioning the Reader in Mary Cholmondeley’s Diaries.”

Kaitlin Briggs, “Caught in the ‘Language Forest'”: Dorothy Smith Dushkin’s Diary (1919-1988) and The Glassy Interval Manuscript.”

Alexandra Wagner, “‘Let that be known’: Knowledge and Narrative Order in Roland Barthes par Roland Barthes.”

Magdalena Ozarska, “Present v. Absent Addressees and Frances Burney’s Journalistic Modes.”

Katja Lee, “An Ethics of Literary Care for Morrie Schwarz.”

Marijke Huisman, “Selves in Numbers: A Book-Historical Perspective on Nineteenth-Century Autobiography in The Netherlands.”
Crossings
Rachel Cope, “Discovering a Pilgrim’s Progress.”

Holly Welker, “Anti-Apostrophe in the ‘Terriblew Sonnets’ of Gerard Manley Hopkins and the Life of One Mormon.”

Book reviews
John Gatt-Rutter on Felice Piemontese’s Dottore In Niente (2001).

Phillip Howerton on Evelyn J. Funda’s Weeds: A Farm Daughter’s Lament (2013).

Editorial staff
Robert P. Ward, Book Reviews Editor
Sylvia A. Rolloff, Assistant Editor
Kate Holguin, Copy Editor
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