Additional bibliography for study
Georges Gusdorf, “Conditions and Limits of Autobiography.” In Autobiography: Essays Theoretical and Critical. Ed. James Olney. Princeton U P, 1980, pp. 28-48.
Mary Mason, “The Other Voice: Autobiographies of Women Writers.” In Autobiography: Essays Theoretical and Critical. Ed. James Olney. Princeton U P, 1980, pp. 207-235.
Effie Botonaki, “Seventeenth-Century Englishwomen's Spiritual Diaries: Self-Examination, Covenanting, and Account Keeping.” The Sixteenth Century Journal, 30: 1 (Spring, 1999), pp. 3-21.
Linda Anderson, Autobiography. London: Routledge, 2001. Read pp.18-27 (on Augustine’s Confessions), and consult the Glossary (pp. 134-141) if you need to.
Stefano Calzati and Roberto Simanowski, “Self-narratives on social networks:trans-platform stories and acebook’s metamorphosis into a postmodern semiautomated repository.” Biography 41: 1 (Winter 2018), pp. 24-47.
Maria DiBattista and Emily O. Wittman, eds. The Cambridge Companion to Autobiography. Cambridge University Press, 2014. Read Chapter 2 (pp. 23-34), by A. H. Becker, on Augustine’s Confessions, and Chapter 4 (pp. 49-57), by L. D. Kritzman, on Montaigne and autobiography.
Paul John Eakin, “Does Autobiography Have a Future?” a/b: Auto/Biography Studies, 32:2 (2017), pp. 271-273.
Anne-Marie Millim, “The Victorian Diary: Between the Public and the Private.” Literature Compass (2010): 977–988.
Judy Simons, Diaries and journals of literary women from Fanny Burney to Virginia Woolf .” Iowa City, University of Iowa Press, 1990, pp. 169-188.
Sidonie Smith and Julia Watson. “The Visual-Verbal-Virtual Contexts of Life Narrative.” Autobiography: A Guide for Interpreting Life Narratives. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota P, 2010, pp. 167-168, 183-191.
John Wiltshire, “Early nineteenth-century pathography: the case of Frances Burney.” Literature and History 2: (2 Fall 1993), pp. 9-23.