Confessions is an autobiographical work written by St. Augustine of Hippo in Latin, between A.D. 397 and 398. It is not a complete autobiography but is considered the first western autobiography ever written. It consists of thirteen sections,… Read More
St. Augustine of Hippo, born in 354 A.D. in Carthage, nowadays Algeria, was a Christian theologian and philosopher. He had been a Manichean in his early years until the age of thirty-two.