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A STUDY OF AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL ELEMENTS IN DORIS LESSING’S 'ALFRED AND EMILY' (Pages 01-07) by M. Thangeswari in THE ENGLISH RESEARCH EXPRESS / ISSN:2321-1164 (Online); 2347-2642 (Print)

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An autobiography is a biography of one’s own written by him/her. It is typically written in first form. In the present paper, I would like to proceed with the autobiographical elements in Doris Lessing’s Alfred and Emily. Lessing is considered the most significant versatile woman writer during 20th century. She was awarded Nobel Prize in 2007 for literature. She started her professional career with the publication of The Grass is Singing in 1950. Generally, her works covers the theme of human relationship, which included friendship and love. She published Alfred and Emily in 2008. This novel described the lives of her parents Alfred Taylor and Emily Mc Veagh in two parts namely Alfred and Emily: a novella and Alfred and Emily; Two Lives. In an interview she herself declared that Alfred and Emily was her last work. Keywords: Autobiography, oppression, captain, nurse, farm house etc.

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