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    Willie Aames and Maylo McCaslin, Grace Is Enough, 2007Peter Abelard, Historia Calamitatum, 12th centuryKareem Abdul-Jabbar, Giant Steps; Kareem, 1990Henry Adams, The Education of Henry Adams, 1907Aerosmith, Walk This Way, 1997Brian Aherne, A Proper Job, 1969Alan Alda, Never Have Your Dog Stuffed And Other Things I’ve Learned, 2005Loni Anderson, My Life in High Heels, 1995Melissa Sue Anderson, The Way I See It: a Look Back at My Life, 2010Maya Angelou, I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings, 1969Ann-Margaret, My Story 1994Fred Astaire, Steps in Time, 1960Sean Astin, There and Back Again: an Actor’s Tale, 2004Augustine of Hippo, Confessions, 1397Adrienne Barbeau, There Are Worse Things I Could Do, 2006Bob Barker, Priceless Memories, 2009Drew Barrymore, Little Girl Lost, 1989Meredith Baxter, Untied, 2011Orson Bean, Me and the Orgone: One Man's Sexual Revolution, 1971; Too Much Is Not Enough, 1988Ed Begley, Jr., Living Like Ed, 2008Ralph Bellamy, When the Smoke Hit the Fan, 1979Dirk Benedict, Confessions of a Kamikaze Cowboy, 2005Sandra Bernhard, Confessions of a Pretty Lady; Love, Love and Love; May I Kiss You On the Lips, Miss Sandra?, 1998Black Elk and John J. Neihardt, Black Elk Speaks, 1931Mel Blanc, That's NOT All, Folks!, 1988Linda Blair, Going Vegan!, 2001Robert Bloch, Once Around the BlochDanny Bonaduce, Random Acts of Badness, 2001Sonny Bono, And the Beat Goes On, 1991Pat Boone, A New Song, 1970Ernest Borgnine, Ernie: the Autobiography, 2009Boy George, Taking It Like a Man, 1995Kenneth Brannagh, Beginning, 1998Todd Bridges, Killing Willis, 2010Jimmy Buffett, Where Is Joe Merchant?; Tales From Margueritaville; A Pirate Looks At 50, 1998Anthony Burgess, Little Wilson and Big God, Being the First Part of the Confessions of Anthony Burgess, 1986; You've Had Your Time, Being the Second Part of the Confessions of Anthony Burgess, 1990Ellen Burstyn, Lessons In Becoming Myself, 2006Sid Caesar, Where Have I Been?, 1982Michael Caine, What's It All About; The Elephant to Hollywood, 2010Macdonald Carey, The Days of My LifeBelinda Carlisle, Lips Unsealed, 2010Giacomo Casanova, Histoire de ma vie, published posthumously in 1826.David Cassidy, C'mon, Get Happy, 1994Fidel Castro, My Life - a Spoken Autobiography, 2006Benvenuto Cellini, The Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini, c1570, published 1728Jackie Chan, I Am Jackie Chan: My Life in Action, 1998Nirad C. Chaudhuri, The Autobiography of an Unknown Indian 1951Ray Charles, Brother Ray, 1978Tommy Chong, The I Chong: Meditations From the Joint, 2006Roy Clark, My Life - In Spite of Myself, 1994Bill Clinton, My Life, 2004Sasha Cohen, Fire on Ice, 2005Randy Couture, Becoming the Natural: My Life In and Out of the Cage, 2008Bing Crosby, Call Me Lucky, 1953Cathy Lee Crosby, Let the Magic Begin, 1997Tony Curtis, American Prince: a Memoir, 2008Miley Cyrus, Miles To Go, 2008Chuck D, Fight the Power, 1997Roald Dahl, Boy & Going Solo, 1986Rodney Dangerfield, It's Not Easy Being Me: a Lifetime With No Respect But Plenty of Sex & Drugs, 2004Charles Darwin, The Autobiography of Charles Darwin 1809-1882, published posthumously in 1887.John Denver, Take Me Home, 1997Bruce Dern, Things I've Said, But Probably Shouldn't Have: an Unrepentant Memoir, 2007Kapil Dev, By God's Decree (1985) & Cricket My Style (1987) & Straight From the Heart (2004)Micky Dolenz, I'm a Believer, 1993James Doohan, Beam Me Up, Scotty!, 1996Shannen Doherty, Badass, 2010Kirk Douglas, Let's Face It, 2007Frederick Douglass, Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave, Written By Himself, 1845; My Bondage and My Freedom, 1855; Life and Times of Frederick Douglass, 1881 (revised and expanded, 1892)Fran Drescher, Enter Whining, 1996; Cancer SchmancerPatty Duke, Call Me Anna, 1987; A Brilliant Madness, 1992Alexandre Dumas, père, Mes Mémoires, 1852–1856Isadora Duncan, My Life, 1927Buddy Ebsen, The Other Side of Oz, 1994Robert Englund, Hollywood Monster, 2009Peter Falk, Just One More Thing, 2006Richard Fleischer, Just Tell Me When to Cry, 1993Henry Fonda, Fonda: My Life, 1981Jane Fonda, My Life So Far, 2005Peter Fonda, Don't Tell Dad, 1998James Fox, Comeback: an Actor's Direction, 1983Michael J. Fox, Lucky Man, 2002; Always Looking Up, 2009; A Funny Thing Happened On the Way To the Future, 2010Benjamin Franklin, The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, 1869Stephen Fry, Moab is my Washpot, 1997Mahatma Gandhi, The Story of My Experiments with Truth, 1927 and 1929Ben Gazzara, In the Moment, 2004Al-Ghazali, The Deliverer from Error, 12th centuryDebbie Gibson, Between the Lines, 1989Dizzy Gillespie, Dizzy: To be or not to bop : the autobiography of Dizzy Gillespie with Al FraserJohann Wolfgang Von Goethe, The Autobiography Of Goethe: Truth And Poetry, From My Own Life, 1848Louis Gossett, Jr., An Actor and a Gentleman, 2010Kelsey Grammer, So Far..., 1995Ulysses S. Grant, Personal Memoirs of Ulysses S. Grant, 1885Tom Green, Hollywood Causes Cancer, 2004Dick Gregory, Nigger, 1964Charles Grodin, It Would Be So Nice If You Weren't Here: My Journey Through Show Business, 1989Sir Alec Guiness, Blessings in Disguise, 1986; My Name Escapes Me, 1996Merle Haggard, My House of Memories, 2004Larry Hagman, Hello Darlin': Tall - and Absolutely True - Tales From My Life, 2001Harry Hamlin, Full Frontal Nudity, 2010Sir Cedric Hardwicke, A Victorian In Orbit, 1961David Hasselhoff, Don't Hassel the Hoff, 2006Rutger Hauer, All Those Moments, 2007Tony Hawk, Occupation: Skateboarder, 2000Mariel Hemingway, Finding My Balance, 2003Charlton Heston, In the Arena, 1995Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf, 1925Hulk Hogan, My Life Outside the Ring, 2009Evander Holyfield, Becoming EH: a Fighter’s Journey, 2008Moe Howard, MH & the 3 Stooges, 1974Steve Howe, Between the Lines: My Struggle to Escape the Nightmare of Addiction, 1989Kim Hunter, Loose in the Kitchen, 1975Tab Hunter, Confidential: the Making of a Movie Star, 2005Chet Huntley, The Generous Years, 1968Zora Neale Hurston, Dust Tracks on the Road, 1942Ted Husing, My Eyes Are In My Heart, 1959Ice-T, The Ice Opinion, 1994Mark "Jacko" Jackson, Dumb Like a FoxMichael Jackson, Moonwalk, 1988Harriet Jacobs, Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, 1861Thomas Jefferson, AutobiographyWaylon Jennings, Waylon, 1996Norman Jewison, This Terrible Business Has Been Good To Me, 2007Davy Jones, They Made a Monkee Out Of Me, 1986James Earl Jones, Voices and Silences, 1993Naomi Judd, Love Can Build a Bridge, 1993Ken Kaiser, Planet of the Umps: My Life Behind the PlateH.V. Kaltenborn, Fifty Fabulous Years, 1950Gabe Kaplan, Kotter's Back, 2007Helen Keller, The Story of My Life, 1903Nancy Kerrigan, In My Own Words, 1996Richard Kiel, Making It Big In the Movies, 2002Jamaica Kincaid, A Small Place, 1988Akira Kurosawa, Something Like an Autobiography, 1982Alphonse de Lamartine, Les Confidences, 1849, Nouvelles confidences, 1851, Mémoires Politiques, 1963, etc.Denis Leary, Why We Suck, 2008Sir Christopher Lee, Tall, Dark & Gruesome, 1977Spike Lee, That’s My Story and I’m Sticking To ItStan Lee, Excelsior!, 2002Lennon Sisters, Same Song, Separate Voices 1985Sheldon Leonard, And the Show Goes On, 1994C. S. Lewis, Surprised by JoyLibanius, Oration I, 374Liberace, The Things I Love, 1977Tara Lipinski, Triumph on IceL.L. Cool J, I Make My Own Rules, 1997Leonor López de Córdoba, Memorias, early 15th centuryTraci Lords, Underneath It All, 2003Rob Lowe, Stories I Only Tell My Friends, 2011Ron Luciano, The Umpire Strikes Back; Strike Two; The Fall of the Roman Umpire; Remembrance of Swings Past; Baseball LitePatrick Macnee, Blind in One Ear; The Avengers and Me, 1998Nadezhda Mandelstam, Hope Against Hope, 1970Elizabeth Manley, Thumbs Up!, 1990Marilyn Manson, The Long Hard Road Out of Hell, 1998Garry Marshall, Wake Me When It's Funny, 1995Ray Manzarek, Light My Fire: Life with the Doors, 1998James Mason, Before I Forget, 1982Jerry Mathers, ...And JM As the Beaver, (1997)John Matuszak, Cruising With the ToozMercedes McCambridge, The Quality of Mercy, 1981Jenny McCarthy, Jen-X: My Open Book, 1997Maureen McCormick, Here's the Story, 2008Claude McKay, A Long Way From Home, 1937Meat Loaf, To Hell & Back, 1999Yehudi Menuhin, Unfinished Journey: Twenty Years Later, 1999Burgess Meredith, So Far, So Good, 1994Durwood Merrill, You're Out and You're Ugly, Too! ...Confessions of an Umpire With AttitudeBette Midler, A View From a Broad, 1980Alyssa Milano, Safe at Home, 2009John Stuart Mill, Autobiography, 1873A.A. Milne, It's Too Late Now, 1939Robert Mitchum, It Sure Beats Working, 1975Dominique Moceanu, DM: an Autobiography, 1996Ricardo Montalban, Reflections: a Life In Two Worlds, 1980Clayton Moore, I Was That Masked Man, 1996Mary Tyler Moore, After All, 1995Roger Moore, My Word Is My BondKen Murray, Life On a Pogo Stick, 1960Vladimir Nabokov, Speak, Memory, 1966Joaquim Nabuco, Minha formação, 1900Jawaharlal Nehru, Autobiography, 1936Wayne Newton, Once Before I Go, 1989Leslie Nielsen, Bad Golf My Way, 1996Anaïs Nin, The Diary of Anaïs Nin, 1966–76Chuck Norris, The Secret of Inner Strength: My Story, 1988Carroll O'Connor, I Think I'm Outta HereLaurence Olivier, Confessions of an Actor, 1983; On Acting, 1986Tatum O'Neal, A Paper Life, 2004Tito Ortiz, This Is Gonna Hurt: the Life of a Mixed Martial Arts Champion, 2008Donny Osmond, Life Is Just What You Make It: My Story So Far, 1999Marie Osmond, I May As Well Laugh About It, 2009Peter O'Toole, Loitering with Intent, 1992Dolly Parton, My Life and Other Unfinished Business, 1994Luciano Pavarotti, My World, 1995Gregory Peck, An Actor's Life, 1978Rowdy Roddy Piper, In the Pit, 2002Vincent Price, I Like What I Know, 1959Richard Pryor, Pryor Convictions and Other Life Sentences, 1995Thomas de Quincey, Confessions of an English Opium-Eater, 1821Anthony Quinn, One Man Tango, 1995Gilda Radner, It's Always Something, 1989Tony Randall, Which Reminds Me, 1989Ronald Reagan, An American Life, 1990 & The Reagan Diaries, 2007Christopher Reeve, Still Me, 1996Burt Reynolds, My Life, 1994Manfred von Richthofen (The Red Baron), Der rote Kampfflieger (The Red Battle Flier), 1917Molly Ringwald, Getting the Pretty Back, 2010Chris Rock, Rock This!, 1997Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Confessions of Jean-Jacques Rousseau (Les Confessions), 1770, published 1782Bertrand Russell, Autobiography (what else?), 1967, 1969Pete Sampras, A Champion’s Mind: Lessons From a Life In Tennis, 2008George Sanders, Confessions of a Professional Cad, 1960Summer Sanders, Champions Are Raised, Not Born, 1999Jean-Paul Sartre, The Words, 1964Jessica Savitch, Anchorwoman, 1982Albert Schweitzer, Out of My Life and Thought, 1933George Bernard Shaw, Shaw: an Autobiography, 1898–1950; the Playwright YearsBrooke Shields, On Your Own, 1985Alan Sillitoe, Life Without Armour, 1995Florence Henderson,Maureen McCormick, Here's the Story: Surviving Marcia Brady and Finding My True Voice, 2008Horace Silver, Let's Get to the Nitty Gritty, 2007Gene Simmons, KISS and Makeup, 2002Isaac Bashevis Singer, Love and Exile: An Autobiographical Trilogy , 1984, In My Father's Court, 1966, etc.Grace Slick, Somebody To Love? a Rock N' Roll Memoir, 1998Aaron Spelling, A Prime-Time Life, 1996Tori Spelling, Stori Telling, 2008; Mommywood, 2009; Uncharted Territori, 2010Robert Stack, Straight Shooting, 1980Terence Stamp, Coming Attractions, 1988Lincoln Steffens, Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens, 1931Gertrude Stein, The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas, 1933Sting, Broken MusicGloria Stuart, I Just Keep Hoping, 1999Tom Sullivan, If You Could See What I Hear, 1975; Adventures In Darkness, 1976Marc Summers, Everything in Its Place, 1999Patrick Swayze, The Time of My Life, 2009Alison Sweeney, All the Days of My Life (So Far), 2004Mr. T, Mr. T, 1984Nikola Tesla, My Inventions, 1919Lowell Thomas, Good Evening, Everybody, 1976Terry Thomas, Filling the Gap, 1959Leo Tolstoy, Childhood, Boyhood, and Youth, 1852–1856Pinky Tomlin, The Object of My Affection, 1981Mark Twain, Mark Twain's Autobiography, 1917Vanilla Ice, Ice By Ice, 1991Dick Van Patten, Eighty Is Not Enough, 2009Jesse Ventura, I Ain't Got Time To Bleed, 1998Giambattista Vico, The Autobiography of Giambattista Vico, 1735–1741Voltaire, Mémoires pour servir à la vie de M. de Voltaire, écrits par lui-même, 1759, published 1784Gregory Walcott, Hollywood Adventures: My Story, 2003Eli Wallach, The Good, the Bad, and Me, 2005Julie Walters, That's Another Story 2008Burt Ward, Boy Wonder: My Life In Tights, 1995Booker T. Washington, Up From Slavery, 1901Damon Wayans, BootlegEarl Weaver, Winning (1972); It's What You Learn After You Know It All That Counts (1983); Weaver on Strategy (2002)H. G. Wells, An Experiment in Autobiography, 1934Adam West, Back To the Batcave, 1994Wil Wheaton, Just a Geek & Dancing Barefoot, both 2004Lisa Whelchel, The Facts of My Life, 2001Betty White, BW: In Person; Here We Go Again, 1995Grace Lee Whitney, The Longest Trek: My Tour of the Galaxy, 1998Barry Williams, Growing Up Brady OR I Was a Teenage Greg, 1992Carnie Wilson, Gut Feelings; I'm Still Hungry, 2003Jacqueline Wilson, Jacky Daydream & My Secret DiaryWolfman Jack, Have Mercy!, 1995Ed Wood, Jr., Hollywood Rat Race, 1998 (released posthumously)Frank Lloyd Wright, Autobiography, 1943Richard Wright, Black Boy, 1945Malcolm X, The Autobiography of Malcolm X, 1965William Butler Yeats, Autobiography, 1936Paramahansa Yogananda, Autobiography of a YogiMichael York, Accidentally on Purpose, 1991; How a Shakespearean Prepares, 2000; Dispatches From Armageddon, 2001; Are My Blinkers Showing? Film-making & Other Adventures In the New Russia, 2005Frank Zappa, The Real FZ Book, 1988Franco Zeffirelli, Zeffirelli: an Autobiography, 1986Anthony Kiedis, Scar Tissue, 2004

    lindilou

    If this is the reading list professor...well..my assignment will be a lllittle late! Hahahaha!

    I want to write an autobiography. It would be kind of easy for me. Each house and each town would be a chapter. I’d keep each chapter short. Right now I don’t know how many houses I’ve lived in -- maybe 38. Many houses before marriage and many after.


    I’d be writing just for my kids. Unfortunately I wouldn’t write the best part. What would the kids think??? Oh, you know.

    itsmee

    Actually, I’ve started this. Maybe I’ll do a little work today. Thanks for the questions (or what ever that was)


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