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Autobiographies or Portraits? Methodological Differences in Qualitative Social Research

Harrison, B. 2008 ‘Editor’s Introduction: Researching Lives and the Lived Experience’, in B. Harrison (ed.) Life Story Research, Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, Singapore: Sage, vol. 1: xxi–xlvi. Kuper, A. 1993 Anthropology and Anthropologists: The Modern British School, London, New York: Routledge. Lewis, O. 1961 The Children of Sanchez: Autobiography of a Mexican Family, New York: Random House. Lewis, O. 1964 Pedro Martinez – A Mexican Peasant and His Family, New York: Random House. Lewis, O. 1966a ‘The culture of poverty’, American

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Life Fictions: Radicalization of Life-Writing in Leslie Scalapino’s Zither & Autobiography and Dahlia’s Iris: Secret Autobiography & Fiction

References Scalapino, Leslie. 1993. Objects in the terrifying tense / Longing from taking place. New York: Roof Books. Scalapino, Leslie. 1996. Green and black: Selected writings. New Jersey: Talisman House. Scalapino, Leslie. 1999. New time. Hanover & London: Wesleyan University Press. Scalapino, Leslie. 1999. The public world / Syntactically impermanence. Hanover & London: Wesleyan University Press. Scalapino, Leslie. 2003a. Zither & Autobiography. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan

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Timothy Findley, His Biographers, and The Piano Man’s Daughter

. Print. Couser, G. Thomas. Recovering Bodies: Illness, Disability, and Life-Writing . Madison: Wisconsin UP, 1997. Print. Derrida, Jacques. “Archive Fever: A Freudian Impression.” Trans. Eric Prenowitz. Diacritics (Summer 1995): 963. Print. Eakin, Paul John. How Our Lives Become Stories: Making Selves . Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1999. Print. Eakin, Paul John, ed. On Autobiography . Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 1989. Print. Egan, Susanna. Mirror Talk: Genres of Crisis in Contemporary Autobiography . Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P

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Towards a Reflexive Ethnography: (Re-)inserting the Producer and Process Into the Research Equation

. (1981) Biography and Society: The Life History Approach in the Social Sciences . London: Sage. Browder, Laura (2000) Slippery Characters: Ethnic Impersonators and American Identities . Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. Brumble, David (1988) American Indian Autobiography . Berkeley: University of California Press. Bruner, Edward M. (1993) ‘The Ethnographic Self and The Personal Self,’ in Paul Benson (ed.) Anthropology and Literature , pp. 1-26. Urbana: University of Illinois Press. Buber, Martin (1958) I and Thou . New York

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Timespace for Emotions: Anachronism in Flaubert, Bal/Williams Gamaker, Munch and Knausgård

Knausgaard’s My Struggle : A Real Life in a Novel.” a/b: Auto/Biography Studies 31.3 (2016): 553–79. Print. Speranza, Graciela. Cronografías. Arte y ficciones errantes de un tiempo sin tiempo. Barcelona: Anagrama, 2016. Print. Sturgeon, Jonathan. “Buddies With Time: Why Knausgaard Really Is Like Proust.” Flavorwire.com . 24 Apr. 2015. Web. 13 May 2017. Vargas Llosa, Mario. The Perpetual Orgy: Flaubert and “Madame Bovary.” Trans. Helen Lane. New York: Farrar Straus Giroux, 1986. Print. Veits, Maria. Towards the Other . St. Petersburg: The

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Scholar – Fictionist – Memoirist: David Lodge’s Documentary (Self-)Biography in Quite a Good Time to be Born: 1935–1975

International. Anderson, Linda. 2011. Autobiography. London & New York: Routledge. Athill, Diana. 2009. Somewhere towards the end. A memoir. New York & London: W.W. Norton & Company. Barthes, Roland. 2003. The death of the author. Trans. Stephen Heath. In Seán Burke (ed.), Authorship: from Plato to the postmodern. A reader, 125-130. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Bergonzi, Bernard. 1995. David Lodge. Tavistock: Northcote House. Coetzee, J.M. 2007. Diary of a Bad Year. London: Harvill

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Female rock stars and addiction in autobiographies

Oaks, London, New Delhi: SAGE Brady, K. T., Back, S. E., & Greenfield, S. F. (Eds.). (2009). Women and addiction: A comprehensive handbook . New York: The Guilford Press. Brown, D. (1999). Uncanny confession: Thomas Pynchon’s Fausto Maijstral. Modern Language Studies, 29 (2), 49-71. Bruner, J. (1993). Autobiographical process. In R. Folkenflik (Ed.), The culture of autobiography: Constructions of self-representation (pp. 8-56). Stanford: Stanford University Press. Bruner, J., & Weisser, S. (1991

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JOHN BANVILLE’S SHROUD: A DECONSTRUCTIONIST’S CONFESSION

. Autobiography as de-facement. MLN 94(5). 919-930. Eakin, Paul John (ed.). 1988. Fictions in autobiography: Studies in the art of self-invention. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Gusdorf, Georges. 1980 [1956]. Conditions and limits of autobiography. Trans. James Olney. In James Olney (ed.), Autobiography: essays theoretical and critical, 28-48. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Kaplan, Alice. 1998. Paul de Man and auto-biography. Sites: Journal of the Twentieth- Century/Contemporary French Studies 2(1). 25

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“Autobiographical in Feeling But Not in Fact”: the Finale of Alice Munro’s Dear Life

References Awano, Lisa Dickler. 2013. An interview with Alice Munro. The Virginia Quarterly Review 89(2). 180-184. Daniels, Cindy Lou. 2006. Creating fictionality: Re-living reality in Alice Munro's fiction. Eureka Studies in Teaching Short Fiction 6(2). 94-105. Eakin, Paul John. 1992. Touching the World: Reference in autobiography. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Foran, Charles. September 2009. Alice in Borderland. A trip through Munro country, where the writer became herself. The Walrus

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Morality and values in Pavel Vilikovský’s The Autobiography of Evil

Works cited Gluchman, V. 2008. Úvod do etiky . Brno: Tribun EU. Pettit, P. and Brennan, G. 1986. Restrictive consequentialism. In Australasian Journal of Philosophy , vol. 64, no. 4, pp. 438-455. Spaemann, R. 1995. Základní mravní pojmy a postoje . Praha: Nakladatelství Svoboda. Sen, A. 2000. Development as freedom . New York: Anchor Books. Vilikovský, P. 2009. Vlastný životopis zla [The Autobiography of Evil]. Bratislava: Kalligram.

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