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An Autopsy

Jean-Christophe Menu and Fabrice Neaud

and—even worse—little devices that have become normalised as codes, sometimes called autobiographemes . They include the systematic notation of dates, the use of the pronoun ‘I’, and the platitudinous unfolding of a story built around the banal

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Re-viewing the Past and Facing the Future

Laurence Grove, Anne Magnussen, and Ann Miller

’, a transformation into banal self-display that has become encoded into ‘autobiographemes’. In contrast, the endangerment to which Menu had exposed himself had led to legal action and the curtailment of his autobiographical project. Menu suggests that