Memoirists

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    Diarists

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  1. Adele Morales

    Adele Morales

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    American, Painter

  2. Adolfo Caminha

    Adolfo Caminha

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    Brazilian Naturalist novelist

  3. Al-Zubayr Rahma Mansur

    Al-Zubayr Rahma Mansur

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    Slave trader and Sudanese governor

  4. Aleksei Andreyevich Volkov

    Aleksei Andreyevich Volkov

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    Servant at court of Tsar Nicholas II and Tsarina Alexandra; escaped from death squad and survived to write his memoirs and live in Germany.

  5. Alfredo d'Escragnolle Taunay, Viscount of Taunay

    Alfredo d'Escragnolle Taunay, Viscount of Taunay

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    Brazilian politician

  6. Anastasio Somoza Debayle

    Anastasio Somoza Debayle

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    President of Nicaragua

  7. Anna Vyrubova

    Anna Vyrubova

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    Friend of Tsarina Alexandra Fyodorovna of Russia; author of memoirs about the Romanovs.

  8. Chiang Yee

    Chiang Yee

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    Author, painter, illistrator, calligrapher, poet

  9. Críostóir Ó Floinn

    Críostóir Ó Floinn

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    Irish poet and playwright

  10. Cy Grant

    Cy Grant

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    Guyanese actor, musician and writer

  11. David Henry Sterry

    David Henry Sterry

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    American, Dancer

  12. Denis Davydov

    Denis Davydov

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    Russian writerand general

  13. Diana Barrymore

    Diana Barrymore

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    Actress

  14. Dimitrios Partsalidis

    Dimitrios Partsalidis

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    Dimitrios "Mitsos" Partsalidis (Greek: Δημήτρης Παρτσαλίδης) (1905–1980) was a Greek communist politician.


  15. Dorothea de Ficquelmont

    Dorothea de Ficquelmont

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    Dorothea "Dolly" de Ficquelmont (14 October 1804, Saint Petersburg, Russian Empire – 10 April 1863, Venice, Austrian Empire), born Countess Dorothea von Tiesenhausen (Daria Fyodorovna in Russian), was a Russian writer and salonist. A granddaughter of the Russian war hero General Prince Kutuzov (who distinguished himself in the Napoleonic Wars), she was a Russian aristocrat of German Baltic origin, and later a member of the Austrian nobility as the wife of Count Karl Ludwig von Ficquelmont.


  16. Erhard Kroeger

    Erhard Kroeger

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    German, Military

  17. Erin Merryn

    Erin Merryn

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    Erin Merryn (born 1985) is an American writer and activist from Schaumburg, Illinois who advocates the prevention of child sexual abuse. Beginning in 2010, she launched a campaign to pass a law that would mandate a sexual abuse prevention curriculum in schools, and has since seen it successfully passed in several states.


  18. Francisco Méndez

    Francisco Méndez

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    Guatemalan, Writer

  19. Freeman Dyson

    Freeman Dyson

    140 views
    Physicist and mathematician

  20. Fyodor Petrovich Tolstoy

    Fyodor Petrovich Tolstoy

    6 views
    Russian artist

  21. Georgios Grivas

    Georgios Grivas

    6 views
    Cypriot general

  22. Glafcos Clerides

    Glafcos Clerides

    18 views
    Cypriot politician

  23. Gleb Botkin

    Gleb Botkin

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    Son of Dr. Eugene Botkin, the court physician to Tsar Nicholas II who was assassinated with the family in July 1918; founder of the Church of Aphrodite; supporter of Anna Anderson, who claimed to be Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia.

  24. Glückel of Hameln

    Glückel of Hameln

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    Glückel of Hameln (also spelled Gluckel or Glikl of Hamelin; also known as Glikl bas Judah Leib) (1646, Hamburg – September 19, 1724, Metz) was a Jewish businesswoman and diarist, whose account of life provides scholars with an intimate picture of German Jewish communal life in the late-17th-early eighteenth century Jewish ghetto. It was a time of transition from the authority and autonomy of the Medieval kehilla, toward a more modern ethos in which membership in the community was voluntary and Jewish identity far more personal and existential; a time historian Jacob Katz has defined as 'tradition and crisis',in his 1961 book by that name.. Written in Yiddish, her diaries were originally intended for her descendants. The first part is actually a living will urging them to live ethical lives. It was only much later that historians discovered the diaries and began to appreciate her account of life at that time.


  25. Graciliano Ramos

    Graciliano Ramos

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    Brazilian writer and mayor

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