The Well Educated Mind/ Part Two/ Chapter 6/ The Story of Me.
Chapter six, speaks of that which pertains to autobiography, that self reflection of one's own life. It starts off exemplifying Augustine, and works its way with it. The autobiography, as it seems, aroused some controversy, as to facts, emotions, and then what is truly being written, and how should it be interpreted The chapter also has, as all chapters of part two, a section that serves to guide the readings of an autobiography, it explicitly states the different approaches one must take to such literature, and the different questions one may ask. Autobiography, is truly a topic worth inquiring. The chapter finalizes with the list of books and literature in general, worthy of being called a true classical autobiography, and they are meant to be there for us to read eventually. Each listed book has a summary of its own.