Asha. THE PRISONERS WIFE: A MEMOIR.
Poet Bandele went to prison to read poetry and met
her future husband Rashid, serving 20-to-life for
murder. PS3552.A47527 Z47 1999
Sarah. MY DOUBLE LIFE: THE MEMOIRS OF SARAH
BERNHARDT. Bernhardt was an actress.
PN2638.B5 A3 1999
Ambrose. A SOLE SURVIVOR: BITS OF
AUTOBIOGRAPHY. PS1097.Z5 A3 1998
Breyten. DOG HEART: A MEMOIR. South African
poet and novelist returns to his homeland from
France where he has lived since being released from
prison in 1982. He has been sentenced as a
member of the antiapartheid African National
Congress. PT6592.12.R4 Z465 1999
Lillian. DUCHESS OF CORK STREET: THE
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF AN ART DEALER. N8660.B74 A3
Donald R. SEVEN ROADS TO HELL: A SCREAMING EAGLE
AT BASTOGNE. Combat memoir by a WWII
paratrooper of the elite 101st Airborne
Division. D756.5.A7 B87 1999
Rosamund H. LAND OF A THOUSAND HILLS: MY LIFE IN
RWANDA. Carr was a European woman plantation
owner of the past century. DT450.427 C37A3
De. COLORS OF THE MOUNTAIN. Life in a remote
village in China in the 1960s and 70s.
DS778.C5236 A3 1999
Rosemary. GIRL SINGER: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY.
ML420.C58 A3 1999
Francine. CITY OF ONE: A MEMOIR. Cournos
grew up orphaned. RC438.6.C68 A3 1999
Carm. TRUE BLUE: THE CARM COZZA STORY.
Autobiography of a college football coach.
GV939.C68 A3 1999
Eric. BORN TO PLAY: THE ERIC DAVIS STORY.
Davis, a baseball player, had to deal with
cancer. GV865.D297 A3 1999
Klerk, F.W. THE LAST TREK &endash; A NEW
BEGINNING: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY. DT1949.D45 D47
Linda S. CREEKER: A WOMANS JOURNEY. A
memoir of growing up in, and then living outside
of, eastern Kentuckys Appalachian Mountains.
CT275.D3664 A3 1999
Mike. ILL BE RIGHT BACK: MEMORIES OF
TVS GREATEST TALK SHOW. PN1992.77.M55 D68
George. THE JOURNALS OF GEORGE ELIOT.
This is Eliots only autobiographical work.
PR4681 .A35 1998
Eileen. CANT HELP SINGING: THE LIFE OF
EILEEN FARRELL. Farrell combined opera and pop
in her controversial repertoire. ML420.F275 A3
Eddie. BEEN THERE, DONE THAT: AN
AUTOBIOGRAPHY. ML420.F513 A3 1999
Mick. HAVE A NICE DAY! Autobiography of a
professional wrestler. GV1196.F65 A3
Emma. FLEDGLING DAYS: MEMOIR OF A FALCONER.
SK321. F68 1999
Max. THE TIMES OF MY LIFE AND MY LIFE WITH THE
TIMES. Memoir of the retired executive editor
of the New York Times. PN4874.F615 T56
Aretha. ARETHA: FROM THESE ROOTS. ML420.F778
Stephen. MOAB IS MY WASHPOT: AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY.
Story of the early life of the British
novelist, and television and movie performer.
PR6056.R88 Z47 1999
Betty. MY KITCHEN WARS. The story of
cookbook author Fussells escape from the role
of servile faculty wife. TX649.F87 F87
Nicolai. NICOLAI GEDDA: MY LIFE & ART.
Recollections of the opera singer as told to
his wife, Aino. ML420.G32 A3 1999
John. JOHN GLENN: A MEMOIR. E840.8.G54 A3
John W. UNDER THE BLUE PENNANT. Grattan, a
staff officer in the Union Navy, witnessed some of
the most significant naval operations of the Civil
War. E600 .G73 1999
Andrew. FURTHERMORE: MEMORIES OF A PARISH
PRIEST. BX4705.G6185 A3 1999
Linda. FEELS LIKE FAR: A RANCHERS LIFE ON
THE GREAT PLAINS. Hasselstrom is a writer
(Leaning into the Winds, etc.). F656.4 .H37
Homer H. OCTOBER SKY: A MEMOIR. The author
and his friends created a series of rockets in high
school and won the 1960 National Science Fair
Award. TL789.85.H53 A3 1999
Maria. RAISING RAUL: ADVENTURES RAISING MYSELF
AND MY SON. CNN correspondent Hinojosa
struggles with career, marriage, and motherhood.
HQ759 .H667 1999
Fay A. NADIA, CAPTIVE OF HOPE: MEMOIR OF AN ARAB
WOMAN. Nadia was born in Beirut in 1918.
E184.A65 K36 1999
William B. APPOINTMENT AT THE ENDS OF THE WORLD:
MEMOIRS OF A WILDLIFE VETERINARIAN.
SF996.36.K27 A3 1999
Jay. TALES OF THE LAVENDER MENACE: A MEMOIR OF
LIBERATION. A memoir of a professor of English
at Pace University and her years as a radical
lesbian activist from 1968 to 1972. HQ75.4.J38 A3
Alvin B. IN PLATOS CAVE. An
educators experiences since the 1940s at some
of the worlds great universities as he
ascended from student to professor to
administrator. LA227.4 .K468 1999
Bina C. MY SPY: MEMOIR OF A CIA WIFE.
U271.U5 K57 2000
Carl H. TAKING RETIREMENT: A BEGINNERS
DIARY. Klaus taught journal writing at the
University of Iowa. HQ1064.U6 I6487 1999
Victor. I WILL BEAR WITNESS. This
Jewish-born professor managed to survive in
Dresden, Germany, during WWII. A 2-volume work.
PC2064.K5 A3 1998
Michael. ANOTHER LIFE: A MEMOIR OF OTHER PEOPLE.
This memoir by the editor-in-chief of Simon
& Schuster is also a survey of the past 40
years of American publishing. PS3561.O6566
Anne. TRAVELING MERCIES: SOME THOUGHTS ON FAITH.
Novelist Lamott's experiences with God.
PS3562.A4645 Z47 1999
John. WALKING WITH THE WIND: A MEMOIR OF THE
MOVEMENT. Representative Lewis (D-GA) was
active in the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s.
E840.8.L43 A3 1998
Jose. JOSE LIMON: AN UNFINISHED MEMOIR.
Limon is a modern dance pioneer and founded his
own dance company. GV1785.L515 A3 1999
Christa. IN MY OWN VOICE: MEMOIRS.
Autobiography of the opera singer.
ML420.L932 A3 1999
Michael P. ALL SOULS: A FAMILY STORY FROM
SOUTHIE. MacDonald grew up in the 1970s in the
working-class Irish community of South Boston.
F73.68.S7 M33 1999
Mary. THE WIDOW DOWN BY THE BROOK: A MEMOIR OF A
TIME GONE BY. MacNeill renovated a barn and
lived alone. F104.C2 M33 1999
Alma. DIARIES, 1898-1902. Gustav Mahler's
wife wrote these diaries as she grew from
adolescence into womanhood. DB844.M34 A3
Estella C. COME OUT THE WILDERNESS: THE MEMOIR
OF A BLACK WOMAN ARTIST. PS3563.A29827 Z465
M. Elaine. PAPER DAUGHTER: A MEMOIR. A
Chinese immigrants path from the tenements of
Hong Kong to the halls of Harvard. E184.C5 M17
Leo. BETWEEN SILK AND CYANIDE: A CODEMAKER'S
WAR, 1941-1945. Memoir of Great Britain's
cryptographic war against the Germans by
code-breaker (and maker) Marks. D810.C88 M375
Bobbie A. CLEAR SPRINGS: A MEMOIR. The
bestselling author of In Country revisits
her old Kentucky home. PS3563.A7877 Z77
Carson. ILLUMINATION AND NIGHT GLARE: THE
UNFINISHED AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF CARSON MCCULLERS.
PS3525.A1772 Z74 1999
Brian. MY FATHERS GUN: ONE FAMILY, THREE
BADGES, ONE HUNDRED YEARS IN THE NYPD. Story of
a police family. HV7911.A1 M33 1999
Lisa. SPLIT: A COUNTERCULTURE CHILDHOOD.
Michaels is a poet and essayist. CT275.M51315
Grace P. CALL OF DUTY: A MONTANA GIRL IN WORLD
WAR II. Miller was a WAC (Womens Army
Corps) enlistee who worked as a cryptographer in
London and Belgium. D769.39 .M55 1999
John. THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF JOHN NICOL,
MARINER. Remembrances of an 18th
century cooper and candlemaker who was intimate
with the below-decks world of slaves, convicts, and
Chinese barbers. G530 .N6 1999
Arnold. A GOLFERS LIFE. GV964.P3 A3
Chan. MY LIFE IN E-FLAT. The author was
married to Charlie Parker, the jazz
saxophonist. GV1785.P27713 A3 1999
Leonard. PRISON WRITINGS: MY LIFE IS MY
SUNDANCE. Peltier is a Sioux Indian who has
been in federal prison since 1977. E99.03 .P45
Guglielmo. THE WORLD IS A PRISON. Petroni, a
writer, journalist, and poet in Florence and Rome
during the fascist dictatorship, was imprisoned,
and later joined the Resistance. D805.I8 P48
Anne. 1185 PARK AVENUE: A MEMOIR. Roiphe, a
writer, recalls her affluent girlhood in New York
City. PS3568.O53 Z463 1999
Edward W. OUT OF PLACE: A MEMOIR. Said is a
cultural critic (The Politics of
Dispossession, etc.), and grew up in Palestine,
Egypt, and Lebanon. E184.P35 S25 1999
John P. PLACES LEFT UNFINISHED AT THE TIME OF
CREATION. Memoir of Mexican-American
life by a journalist and television documentary
producer. F394.S2119 M5175 1999
Raymond. OVER HERE. Seitz was appointed
American ambassador to London in 1991 - the first
career diplomat to be so honored. E840.8.S45 S45
Nora J. THE KITCHEN CONGREGATION. The
daughter of novelist Cynthia Seton reflects on life
lessons she learned in her mother's kitchen.
PS3569.E8 Z87 2000
Ravi. RAGA MALA: THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF RAVI
SHANKAR. ML419.S49 R35 1999
Peter. 44, DUBLIN MADE ME: A MEMOIR. The
authors boyhood in 1960s Dublin where he
became interested in acting. PR6069.H4575 Z4614
Richard. STILL HUNGRY &endash; AFTER ALL THESE
YEARS: MY STORY. PN1992.4.S576 A3
Dennis. A SONG FOR MARY: AN IRISH-AMERICAN
MEMORY. Smith's tempestuous 1950s boyhood in an
Irish-Italian neighborhood of New York City.
PS3569.M523 Z47 1999
W.D. AFTER-IMAGES: AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES.
Snodgrass won the Pulitzer Prize for the poetry
collection Hearts Needle. PS3537.N32
Isaac. MY FIRST 79 YEARS. Autobiography of
the violinist. ML418.S75 A3 1999
Helen. FRONT ROW AT THE WHITE HOUSE: MY LIFE AND
TIMES. PN4874.T424 A3 1999
Bob. PARTIAL TO HOME: A MEMOIR OF THE HEART.
This former gas company employee taught himself
watercolor painting. ND237.T556 A2 2000
Benet. VIEW FROM A MONASTERY. Musings on
four decades of monastic life by a resident of Blue
Cloud Abbey in South Dakota. BX2435 .T945
Charles. BEFORE THE WIND: THE MEMOIR OF AN
AMERICAN SEA CAPTAIN, 1808-1833. VK140.T93 A3
Hessen, Edith. EDITHS STORY. The
author went into hiding in the same city and during
the same month as Anne Frank. DS135.N6 V4613
Catherine M. DANCE LESSONS: MOVING TO THE RHYTHM
OF A CRAZY GOD. Wallace reflects on her role as
a working mother and her relationship with a witty
and persistent God. BX4705.W2554 A3 1999
Jim. A LIFE ON THE EDGE: MEMOIRS OF EVEREST AND
BEYOND. Whittaker climbed Mount Everest in
1963. GV199.92.W464 A3 1999
Christine. GOD KNOWS MY HEART. A
journalist's return to faith on her own terms.
BR1725.W444 A3 1999
Esther. THE MILLION DOLLAR MERMAID: AN
AUTOBIOGRAPHY. PN2287.W472 A3 1999
Freddie. SEVENTY LIGHT YEARS. Young is a
British cinematographer. PN1998.3.Y65 Y68
by Anne Chu, General Library, Adult Readers and
Information Services, Boston Public Library,