According to Wikipedia, an autobiography is an account of the life of a person, written by that person sometimes with a collaborator.

An autobiography offers the author the ability to recreate history. From this point of view, to some extent, a mathematician autobiography tell us much about the history of mathematics itself.

The question is: What are some examples of

*AUTO*biography books of mathematicians ?

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**Interesting fact: Is there no AUTObiography of mathematicians written in the 19th century?**