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Subject's PerspectivePlay
Biographies focus on a person's life from an outside perspective, not their own thoughts or feelings. SlideThe biography on Abraham Lincoln discusses his actions and impact, rather than his personal diary entries.
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Third-Party CreationPlay
Biographies are usually written by someone other than the subject, providing a different viewpoint. SlideShe is compiling research to write a biography about the renowned scientist.
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Historical ValuePlay
Biographies often provide historical context, linking an individual's life to the larger cultural or political scene. SlideThe biography of Nikola Tesla also describes the evolution of electricity in the modern era.