Le roman autobiographique est un genre littéraire issu de l'autobiographie, ainsi que du roman-mémoires. Le sujet est un personnage fictif dont la vie, narrée à la première personne du singulier, est assez fortement inspirée par la vie de l'auteur.A la différence du roman-mémoires, il y a identité de l’auteur et du narrateur.Un journal comme celui de Kirk Hammett est un type particulier d’autobiographie, plus éloigné du roman.

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  • Le roman autobiographique est un genre littéraire issu de l'autobiographie, ainsi que du roman-mémoires. Le sujet est un personnage fictif dont la vie, narrée à la première personne du singulier, est assez fortement inspirée par la vie de l'auteur.A la différence du roman-mémoires, il y a identité de l’auteur et du narrateur.Un journal comme celui de Kirk Hammett est un type particulier d’autobiographie, plus éloigné du roman. Balzac, par exemple, s’est représenté à plusieurs reprises dans des personnages de ses romans.
  • Autobiografický román je román popisující vlastní život nebo životní skutečnost. Není založený na fikci, ale na určitém reálném životopisném prvku. Autor se vrací k nějaké životní zkušenosti, kterou chce poukázat na minulost. Na její negativní nebo pozitivní vliv. Protože ale i reálné postavy a události v románu popsané jsou vždy pouze literárními postavami, mluvíme většinou o románu s autobiografickými prvky.Příkladem je román Kluci a holky, když jsou spolu Williama Saroyana nebo Zkouška dospělosti Vladimíra Pazorka.
  • An autobiographical novel is a form of novel using autofiction techniques, or the merging of autobiographical and fiction elements. The literary technique is distinguished from an autobiography or memoir by the stipulation of being fiction. Because an autobiographical novel is partially fiction, the author does not ask the reader to expect the text to fulfill the "autobiographical pact." Names and locations are often changed and events are recreated to make them more dramatic but the story still bears a close resemblance to that of the author's life. While the events of the author's life are recounted, there is no pretense of exact truth. Events may be exaggerated or altered for artistic or thematic purposes.Novels that portray settings and/or situations with which the author is familiar are not necessarily autobiographical. Neither are novels that include aspects drawn from the author’s life as minor plot details. To be considered an autobiographical novel by most standards, there must be a protagonist modeled after the author and a central plotline that mirrors events in his or her life. Novels that do not fully meet these requirements or are further distanced from true events are sometimes called semi-autobiographical novels. Many novels about intense, private experiences such as war, family conflict or sex, are written as autobiographical novels. Some works openly refer to themselves as 'nonfiction novels.' The definition of such works remains vague. The term was first widely used in reference to the non-autobiographical In Cold Blood by Truman Capote but has since become associated with a range of works drawing openly from autobiography. The emphasis is on the creation of a work that is essentially true, often in the context of an investigation into values or some other aspect of reality. The books Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert M. Pirsig and The Tao of Muhammad Ali by Davis Miller open with statements admitting to some fictionalising of events but state they are true 'in essence.'
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  • Le roman autobiographique est un genre littéraire issu de l'autobiographie, ainsi que du roman-mémoires. Le sujet est un personnage fictif dont la vie, narrée à la première personne du singulier, est assez fortement inspirée par la vie de l'auteur.A la différence du roman-mémoires, il y a identité de l’auteur et du narrateur.Un journal comme celui de Kirk Hammett est un type particulier d’autobiographie, plus éloigné du roman.
  • An autobiographical novel is a form of novel using autofiction techniques, or the merging of autobiographical and fiction elements. The literary technique is distinguished from an autobiography or memoir by the stipulation of being fiction.
  • Autobiografický román je román popisující vlastní život nebo životní skutečnost. Není založený na fikci, ale na určitém reálném životopisném prvku. Autor se vrací k nějaké životní zkušenosti, kterou chce poukázat na minulost. Na její negativní nebo pozitivní vliv.
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  • Autobiografický román
  • Autobiographical novel
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