Biography is the story of an individual’s life, written by another individual. The person written about is called the biographee or subject. The person or the writer, who writes biographies, is called as a biographer. Biographies usually take the form of a narrative, proceeding chronologically through the stages of a person's life with detailed description of a person's life.
It involves basic specifics such as childhood, education, relationships, family, career and/or death. Biography is a literary genre that depicts the experiences of all the events that have occurred a person’s life mostly in a chronological order. Biographies can be just a few sentences long, or they can fill an entire book—or two. Biography provides life story of a subject, emphasizing different facets of his/her life.