1.Scripting Wholeness in Lucy Grealy's Autobiography of a Face
In Autobiography of a Face(1994), Lucy Grealy (1963–2002) relates her efforts to come to terms with the physical and emotional ramifications of the removal of a.
2.WRITING AS REFIGURATION: LUCY GREALY'S AUTOBIOGRAPHY ...
LUCY GREALY'S AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A FACE. SUSANNAH B. MINTZ. The disabled woman who writes the story of her body transgresses a partic-.
3.Empathy and the Critic - Ann Jurecic
Lucy Grealy's memoir Autobiography of a Face, for instance, explores the problems of empathy in ways more intellectually complex than literary and medical.
4.The Obituary of a Face: Lucy Grealy, Death Writing ... - WordPress.com
in my case, taught ± that memoir, Autobiography of a face, were shocked and saddened to hear of its author's early death. Grealy was a minor literary celebrity, ...
5.Lucy Grealy s "Autobiography of a Face" and A.M. Homes ... - GRIN
Jun 30, 2008 ... Lucy Grealy's Autobiography of a Face deals with the life of Lucy Grealy, who faced the negative consequences of terminal cancer after the ...
6.Preview Chapter 4, Making Connections: Genre Study. - Heinemann
How does a memoir differ from an autobiography or a biography? How does ... by Dave Pelzer, Autobiography of a Face by Lucy Grealy, and Angela's. Ashes by ...
7.Course syllabus - Duke University
Autobiography of a Face. Hyden, Lars-Christer. “Illness and narrative”. Kleinman, The Illness Narratives (Selections). Pennebaker, James W. “Telling Stories: ...
8.New Essays on Life Writing and the Body - Cambridge Scholars ...
The Broken Mirror of Identity in Lucy Grealy's Autobiography of a Face. ... which we derive the term autobiography: autos, bios and graphe (self, life, and writing).