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biography

Medspeak
A popular term for a patient’s written medical history.

Vox populi
An account of the events, works and achievements, both personal and professional, in a person’s life, which includes articles on the activities and accomplishments of both the living and the dead.

biography

Clinical medicine A Pt's written medical history
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95, 400 pages, ISBN 9781101871690), Atlas recounts his lifelong adventures as a biographer.
Most biographers would support Rollyson in his questions about the value of the "authorized" biography that has the full cooperation of the subject or her or his estate, all too often those who give such authorization also demand to see and approve the result--which can sometimes lead to lifeless and toothless narratives.
I understand why biographers might spend their entire lives building towering stacks of papers and references and notes, and never actually begin writing.
Moreover, "the biographer, like the novelist, is first and foremost a storyteller," Donaldson points out, and biographers "dig and dig to unearth a great deal of data and then hope and pray that a pattern emerges" (49).
To be a biographer you must tie yourself up in lies, concealments, hypocrisies.
I must admit that I placed myself on the top of the list of neophyte biographers and selected, initially, those many books that proved insightful and revelatory to me.
It was a place of simmering tensions," the Daily Mail quoted biographer and historian Professor Kathryn Hughes as saying.
It is not another biography, but a guide to the variety of perspectives associated with noted biographers of Shakespeare since Nicholas Rowe offered a first sketch in the eighteenth century.
Repression' gets a works outing in The Tempest, where the relationship between Prospero and Miranda strikes some biographers as highly suspect.
The sections on how biographers research and the value of primary texts should be especially valuable to student writers who are contemplating producing a biographical text for coursework.
He minds the many pitfalls of his art, Wary of biographers who err In idolizing, tearing men apart, Iconoclast or hagiographer.