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John Adams's autobiography is a retrospective narrative of his life describing his youth and legal training through the spring of 1780 when he was in the midst of his second diplomatic assignment in Europe. Written between 1802 and 1807, this work is divided into three sections: "John Adams," "Travels, and Negotiations," and "Peace." Adams's manuscript autobiography ends somewhat abruptly in early 1780 and does not include descriptions of his work in Europe after that time, nor does the autobiography cover his vice presidency or presidency.

At the beginning of his autobiography, John Adams states that he is not writing for a broad public audience, but for his children. It appears as though John Adams wrote about half of the first section, "John Adams" from memory, but then realized his letterbooks, diaries, and other sources could be used to aid his recollections. Beginning on sheet 25 of part 1, "John Adams," (where he writes "I have omitted some things in 1775 which must be inserted") and continuing throughout parts 2 and 3, the manuscript work includes many copies of Congressional resolutions and letters he and his colleagues wrote during diplomatic negotiations in Europe.

John Lennon was born on October 9, 1940, in Liverpool, England. He met Paul McCartney in 1957 and invited McCartney to join his music group. They eventually formed the most successful songwriting partnership in musical history. Lennon left the Beatles in 1969 and later released albums with his wife, Yoko Ono , among others. On December 8, 1980, he was killed by a crazed fan named Mark David Chapman .

Famed singer-songwriter John Winston Lennon was born on October 9, 1940, in Liverpool, Merseyside, England, during a German air raid in World War II.

When he was four years old, Lennon's parents separated and he ended up living with his Aunt Mimi. Lennon's father was a merchant seaman. He was not present at his son's birth and did not see a lot of his son when he was young.

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His own version differs little from the biography. But it’s about him telling the stories, not least of his father, who provides the key to Le Carre’s whole life

John le Carré (AKA David Cornwell) begins The Pigeon Tunnel with a similar defence: “These are true stories told from memory – to which you are entitled to ask, what is truth and what is memory? … But please be assured: Nowhere have I consciously falsified an event or a story. Disguised where necessary, yes. Falsified, emphatically not. And where my memory is shaky, I have taken care to say so.” All rather Rousseau-esque, but any reader expecting any revelations of the Les Confessions variety is going to be disappointed: The Pigeon Tunnel carefully swerves around and away from all the more interesting, controversial, secret and personal aspects.

Indeed, we are familiar with the broad details of Le Carré’s life, because just under a year ago, Adam Sisman published a closely scrutinised 672-page biography. Cornwell was a willing participant, granting Sisman more than 50 hours of interviews and access to his papers. Sisman’s book answered all the questions Le Carré watchers had been asking for years.

[Supplied words] appear blue in square brackets. They have been added to clarify, correct, or complete passages appearing in the documents.

John Adams's autobiography is a retrospective narrative of his life describing his youth and legal training through the spring of 1780 when he was in the midst of his second diplomatic assignment in Europe. Written between 1802 and 1807, this work is divided into three sections: "John Adams," "Travels, and Negotiations," and "Peace." Adams's manuscript autobiography ends somewhat abruptly in early 1780 and does not include descriptions of his work in Europe after that time, nor does the autobiography cover his vice presidency or presidency.

At the beginning of his autobiography, John Adams states that he is not writing for a broad public audience, but for his children. It appears as though John Adams wrote about half of the first section, "John Adams" from memory, but then realized his letterbooks, diaries, and other sources could be used to aid his recollections. Beginning on sheet 25 of part 1, "John Adams," (where he writes "I have omitted some things in 1775 which must be inserted") and continuing throughout parts 2 and 3, the manuscript work includes many copies of Congressional resolutions and letters he and his colleagues wrote during diplomatic negotiations in Europe.

John Lennon was born on October 9, 1940, in Liverpool, England. He met Paul McCartney in 1957 and invited McCartney to join his music group. They eventually formed the most successful songwriting partnership in musical history. Lennon left the Beatles in 1969 and later released albums with his wife, Yoko Ono , among others. On December 8, 1980, he was killed by a crazed fan named Mark David Chapman .

Famed singer-songwriter John Winston Lennon was born on October 9, 1940, in Liverpool, Merseyside, England, during a German air raid in World War II.

When he was four years old, Lennon's parents separated and he ended up living with his Aunt Mimi. Lennon's father was a merchant seaman. He was not present at his son's birth and did not see a lot of his son when he was young.

[Supplied words] appear blue in square brackets. They have been added to clarify, correct, or complete passages appearing in the documents.

John Adams's autobiography is a retrospective narrative of his life describing his youth and legal training through the spring of 1780 when he was in the midst of his second diplomatic assignment in Europe. Written between 1802 and 1807, this work is divided into three sections: "John Adams," "Travels, and Negotiations," and "Peace." Adams's manuscript autobiography ends somewhat abruptly in early 1780 and does not include descriptions of his work in Europe after that time, nor does the autobiography cover his vice presidency or presidency.

At the beginning of his autobiography, John Adams states that he is not writing for a broad public audience, but for his children. It appears as though John Adams wrote about half of the first section, "John Adams" from memory, but then realized his letterbooks, diaries, and other sources could be used to aid his recollections. Beginning on sheet 25 of part 1, "John Adams," (where he writes "I have omitted some things in 1775 which must be inserted") and continuing throughout parts 2 and 3, the manuscript work includes many copies of Congressional resolutions and letters he and his colleagues wrote during diplomatic negotiations in Europe.

[Supplied words] appear blue in square brackets. They have been added to clarify, correct, or complete passages appearing in the documents.

John Adams's autobiography is a retrospective narrative of his life describing his youth and legal training through the spring of 1780 when he was in the midst of his second diplomatic assignment in Europe. Written between 1802 and 1807, this work is divided into three sections: "John Adams," "Travels, and Negotiations," and "Peace." Adams's manuscript autobiography ends somewhat abruptly in early 1780 and does not include descriptions of his work in Europe after that time, nor does the autobiography cover his vice presidency or presidency.

At the beginning of his autobiography, John Adams states that he is not writing for a broad public audience, but for his children. It appears as though John Adams wrote about half of the first section, "John Adams" from memory, but then realized his letterbooks, diaries, and other sources could be used to aid his recollections. Beginning on sheet 25 of part 1, "John Adams," (where he writes "I have omitted some things in 1775 which must be inserted") and continuing throughout parts 2 and 3, the manuscript work includes many copies of Congressional resolutions and letters he and his colleagues wrote during diplomatic negotiations in Europe.

John Lennon was born on October 9, 1940, in Liverpool, England. He met Paul McCartney in 1957 and invited McCartney to join his music group. They eventually formed the most successful songwriting partnership in musical history. Lennon left the Beatles in 1969 and later released albums with his wife, Yoko Ono , among others. On December 8, 1980, he was killed by a crazed fan named Mark David Chapman .

Famed singer-songwriter John Winston Lennon was born on October 9, 1940, in Liverpool, Merseyside, England, during a German air raid in World War II.

When he was four years old, Lennon's parents separated and he ended up living with his Aunt Mimi. Lennon's father was a merchant seaman. He was not present at his son's birth and did not see a lot of his son when he was young.

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His own version differs little from the biography. But it’s about him telling the stories, not least of his father, who provides the key to Le Carre’s whole life

John le Carré (AKA David Cornwell) begins The Pigeon Tunnel with a similar defence: “These are true stories told from memory – to which you are entitled to ask, what is truth and what is memory? … But please be assured: Nowhere have I consciously falsified an event or a story. Disguised where necessary, yes. Falsified, emphatically not. And where my memory is shaky, I have taken care to say so.” All rather Rousseau-esque, but any reader expecting any revelations of the Les Confessions variety is going to be disappointed: The Pigeon Tunnel carefully swerves around and away from all the more interesting, controversial, secret and personal aspects.

Indeed, we are familiar with the broad details of Le Carré’s life, because just under a year ago, Adam Sisman published a closely scrutinised 672-page biography. Cornwell was a willing participant, granting Sisman more than 50 hours of interviews and access to his papers. Sisman’s book answered all the questions Le Carré watchers had been asking for years.

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[Supplied words] appear blue in square brackets. They have been added to clarify, correct, or complete passages appearing in the documents.

John Adams's autobiography is a retrospective narrative of his life describing his youth and legal training through the spring of 1780 when he was in the midst of his second diplomatic assignment in Europe. Written between 1802 and 1807, this work is divided into three sections: "John Adams," "Travels, and Negotiations," and "Peace." Adams's manuscript autobiography ends somewhat abruptly in early 1780 and does not include descriptions of his work in Europe after that time, nor does the autobiography cover his vice presidency or presidency.

At the beginning of his autobiography, John Adams states that he is not writing for a broad public audience, but for his children. It appears as though John Adams wrote about half of the first section, "John Adams" from memory, but then realized his letterbooks, diaries, and other sources could be used to aid his recollections. Beginning on sheet 25 of part 1, "John Adams," (where he writes "I have omitted some things in 1775 which must be inserted") and continuing throughout parts 2 and 3, the manuscript work includes many copies of Congressional resolutions and letters he and his colleagues wrote during diplomatic negotiations in Europe.

John Lennon was born on October 9, 1940, in Liverpool, England. He met Paul McCartney in 1957 and invited McCartney to join his music group. They eventually formed the most successful songwriting partnership in musical history. Lennon left the Beatles in 1969 and later released albums with his wife, Yoko Ono , among others. On December 8, 1980, he was killed by a crazed fan named Mark David Chapman .

Famed singer-songwriter John Winston Lennon was born on October 9, 1940, in Liverpool, Merseyside, England, during a German air raid in World War II.

When he was four years old, Lennon's parents separated and he ended up living with his Aunt Mimi. Lennon's father was a merchant seaman. He was not present at his son's birth and did not see a lot of his son when he was young.

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