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  1. Memoirs of an Egotist Souvenirs d’égotisme (French for Memoirs of an Egotist) is an autobiographical work by Stendhal. It was written in 13 days in June and July 1832 while the author was staying in Civitavecchia. [1] Stendhal recounts his life in Paris and London from 1821 to 1830.

    • Souvenirs d’égotisme
    • Stendhal (Henri Beyle)
  2. Memoirs of an Egotist, autobiographical work by Stendhal, published posthumously in France in 1892 as Souvenirs d’égotisme. It was also published in the United States as Memoirs of Egotism. Stendhal began writing his memoir in 1832, when he was increasingly aware of his age, isolation, and failing health, and it was left unfinished at his death.

    • Stendhal
    • 1892
  3. Memoirs of an Egotist, Stendhal’s fragmentary autobiographical work, is alert, wry, and perpetually self-questioning. Through a series of apparently random impressions of the political, social, and artistic movements of the world around him, he imbues a range of human experience, from the mundane to the extraordinary, with the significance it deserves.

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    • Paperback
  4. Memoirs of an egotist = Souvenirs d'égotisme by Stendhal, 1783-1842. Publication date 1975 Topics Stendhal, 1783-1842, Novelists, French Publisher New York : Horizon ...

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  5. Memoirs of an Egotist, Stendhal’s fragmentary autobiographical work, is alert, wry, and perpetually self-questioning. Through a series of apparently random impressions of the political, social, and artistic movements of the world around him, he imbues a range of human experience, from the mundane to the extraordinary, with the significance it deserves.

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    • 1892
    • Stendhal
    • Stendhal
  6. Memoirs of an Egotist, Stendhal's fragmentary autobiographical work, is alert, wry, and perpetually self–questioning. Through a series of apparently random impressions of the political, social, and artistic movements of the world around him, he imbues a range of human experience, from the mundane to the extraordinary, with the significance it deserves.