Philippe Lejeune  

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Philippe Lejeune (born 13 August 1938) is a French professor and essayist, known as a specialist in autobiography. He is the author of numerous works on the subject of autobiography and personal journals. He is a cofounder of the Association pour l'autobiographie et le patrimoine autobiographique (Association for Autobiography and Autobiographical Heritage) created in Paris in 1992.


  • 1971: L'Autobiographie en France
  • 1975: Le Pacte autobiographique
  • 1980: Je est un autre. L'autobiographie de la littérature aux médias
  • 1986: Moi aussi
    • 1989: On Autobiography, translated by Katherine Leary (U of Minnesota Press 1989)
  • 1990 «Cher cahier...» Témoignages sur le journal personnel
  • 1990: La Pratique du journal personnel
  • 1993 Le Moi des demoiselles. Enquête sur le journal de jeune fille
  • 1997: Un journal à soi, ou la passion des journaux intimes
  • 1998: Pour l'autobiographie
  • 2000: Les Brouillons de soi
  • 2000: «Cher écran...» Journal personnel, ordinateur, Internet
  • 2005: Signes de vie (Le pacte autobiographique, 2) (2005)
  • 2006: Le Journal intime. Histoire et anthologie
    • 2009: English translation by Katherine Durnin: On Diary (University of Hawai'i Press 2009)
  • 2013: Autogenèses. Brouillons de soi 2

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