A person who writes his autobiography should deal with all the privacies of his life...do u agree with this statement?pls share your views..

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No, this is not necessarily the case.
Too many trivial things from a person's day-to-day life will clutter up the book and may annoy the Editors/ Publishers, so it best to include only salient events of particular relevant interest to the general public, and leave the trivialities out. ...Unless of course they are highly amusing, such as in David Niven's Autobiography: "THE MOON 'S A BALLOON".

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