This is Volume IV of 9 historical works from the International Library of Sociology. This is part one of two looking at the history of the autobiography. Appearing in isolation as they do, autobiographies demand for their description and appreciation, a comprehensive view of the development of the human mind. This volume covers the conception and the origin of autobiography, looking at ancient civilisations of the Middle East, classical Greece and Greco-Roman periods.
Table of Contents
Conception and Origin of Autobiography, Autobiography in the Ancient Civilizations of the Middle East, Part 1: The Development of Autobiography in the Post-Homeric and Classical Epochs in Greece, Part 2: Autobigraphy in the Hellenistic and Greco-Roman World.