My Generation: Collective Autobiography and Identity Politics

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This study of autobiographers from the 1960s demonstrates how they often claimed to speak on behalf of all members of their generation. It argues that the autobiographies are instead constructed with specific agendas in an effort to define the generation's and the writers' own identities.

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