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Hy autobiography memoir diary journal increasingly for the purposes of fiction He identifies a wave of new hybrid forms from the late nineteenth century and uses the term 'autobiografication' discovered in a surprisingly early essay of to provide a fresh perspective on turn of the century literature and to propose a radically new literary history of ModernismSaunders offers a taxonomy of the extraordinary variety of experiments with life writing demonstrating how they arose in the nineteenth century as the pressures of secularization and psychological theory disturbed the categories of biography and autobiography in works by authors such as Pater Ruskin Proust 'Mark Rutherford' George Gissing and A C Benson He goes on to look at writers experi.

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Self ImpressionMenting further with autobiografiction as Impressionism turns into Modernism juxtaposing detailed and vivacious readings of key Modernist texts by Joyce Stein Pound and Woolf with explorations of the work of other authors including H G Wells Henry James Joseph Conrad Ford Madox Ford and Wyndham Lewis whose experiments with life writing forms are no less striking The book concludes with a consideration of the afterlife of these fascinating experiments in the postmodern literature of Nabokov Lessing and ByattSelf Impression sheds light on a number of significant but under theorized issues; the meanings of 'autobiographical' the generic implications of literary autobiography and the intriguing relation between autobiography and fiction in the perio.