THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY: SOME ARE WORTH REMEMBERING:
1. FEAR OF FIFTY, by Erica Jong; the author of Fear of Flying “confesses.”
2. IACOCCA, by Lee Iacocca; the man who saved Chrysler talks honestly about himself and the car business.
3. THE STORY OF MY LIFE, by Helen Keller; with the help of her teacher-friend, Annie Sullivan, a blind and deaf girl grows up to become a Radcliffe graduate, and an influential, world-famous woman.
4. A WORLD OF LIGHT: PORTRAITS AND CELEBRATIONS, by May Sarton; the poet, novelist, and diarist writes about some of the acclaimed people she knew.
5. AN UNKNOWN WOMAN, by Alice Koller; the delights of solitude.
6. UP FROM SLAVERY, by Booker T. Washington; an escape from slavery, illiteracy, and into the creation of the Alabama’s Tuskegee Institute.