Autobiographical manifesto

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An autobiographical manifesto is a book that combines a story of the author's life with a statement of what must be done in the future, and why.[1] Examples include Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf,[2][3] Hélène Cixous's photos de racines,[4] Jill Nelson's Volunteer Slavery,[1] Choi Chatterjee's The Accidental Transnationalist, and Moshe Feiglin's To Be a Free Jew.[5]


  1. ^ a b Hall, Calvin L. African American Journalists.
  2. ^ Cluskey, Peter. "Amsterdam gallery owner faces trial for selling 'Mein Kampf'". The Irish Times.
  3. ^ "Hitler Book Off-Limits". 18 November 1999 – via LA Times.
  4. ^ Boyle, Claire. Consuming Autobiographies.
  5. ^ Somerset, Sara Brittany. "Israeli Election May Determine The Future Of Cannabis". Forbes.