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1759 – Born on March 29th in Aberdeen, Scotland.  Scottish editor and biographer. 1797 – Chalmers wrote "Glossary to Shakespeare". 1810 – Chalmers’ "Glossary to Shakespeare" was followed by "The Works of the English Poets from Chaucer to Cowper", a revised and expanded version of Dr. Johnson’s Lives of the Poets. 1812-1817 – Best known ..

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1902 – Born on April 9th in London, England. English biographer, literary critic, and educator, best known for his discerning, sympathetic, and elegantly written studies of many literary figures. 1924-1939 – Educated at Oxford, he was a fellow of Wadham College and of New College. 1948 – He served as Goldsmiths’ professor of English literature ..

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1918 – James MacGregor Burns is a Pulitzer Prize-winning Presidential biographer, a pioneer in the study of leadership was born on August 3rd. An American historian and political scientist. 1943-1946 – Burns served as combat historian in the Pacific Theater; he was awarded the Bronze Star and four Battle Stars. 1952 – He co-wrote "Government ..

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1809 – Born on August 27th in Aberdeen. Scottish historian, jurist and economist. 1839 – His Manual of the Law of Scotland brought him into notice. 1846 – He achieved high reputation by his Life of David Hume, based upon extensive and unused MS. material. 1847 – He wrote his biographies of Simon, Lord Lovat, ..

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1854 – He was born on the 10th of June.          – He studied with distinction at New College, Oxford, becoming a Fellow of All Souls College. 1884 – He joined the editorial staff of The Times, and was editor.          – He completed William Moneypenny’s Life of Benjamin Disraeli and was an ..

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1869 – Henry Walcott Boynton was born in Guilford, Connecticut.          – Boynton was the author or editor of at least twenty-four books, often using his pseudonym, John Walcott. 1891-1893 – He received his Bachelor of Arts, and his Master of Arts, both from Amherst College.          – Boynton was head of the ..

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1914 – Born on the 25th of October McAlester, Oklahoma. 1936 – Berryman graduated from Columbia University. 1939 – The two volumes of Dream Songs were published together as The Dream Songs. 1942 – First book was Poem published during the Second World War. 1956 – His second poem was "The Dispossessed".          – ..

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