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A writer's autobiography, for example, is not expected to deal merely with the author's growth and career as a writer but also with the facts and emotions connected to Author: Richard Nordquist. A memoir typically covers one aspect of a writer’s life (or a continuous theme through memories), while an autobiography is a chronological account of the writer’s life.

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(The extreme contrast to memoirs is the spiritual autobiography, so concentrated on the life of the soul. memoir (mĕm′wär′, -wôr′) n. An account of the personal experiences of an author.

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