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Newton's emphasis on domesticity reads very similarly to the autographical writings of Jorgensen, McLeod, and Rees, and yet it marks her series as distinct from Sepia's coverage of other African American women.
46) Here my account of the publication history of Long Live Youth is based on various sources ranging from Wang Meng's autographical writings to the publication information listed in several editions of the novel, including: Wang Meng, Qingchun wansui [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [Long Live Youth] (Beijing: Renmin wenxue chubanshe, 1979); Qingchun wansui [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [Long Live Youth] (Beijing: Renmin wenxue chubanshe, 2003); Qingchun wansui [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [Long Live Youth], Wang Meng wencun [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [Collected Works of Wang Meng] vol.
For good or for bad, Earle comes to terms with who he truly is on the autographical character study, "Mama's Eyes.
The most ancient document is the autographical hymn "Quia vidisti me Thoma credidsti" by Pasquale Errichelli which he composed on 20 August 1774.
Freud 1955a: 94) In In autographical study (1925), the repression is considered as the self-defence of the consciousness: 'The ego drew back, as it were, on its first collision with the objectionable instinctual impulse; it debarred the impulse from access to consciousness and to direct motor discharge, but at the same time the impulse retained its full cathexis of energy.
At the very center of this final section then, Eliot places an odd autographical moment.