1789 – Born on June 25th in Saluzzo, Sardinia. Italian dramatist. 1810 – He returned to Milan, where he became professor of French in the Collegio degli Orfani Militari. 1818 – His tragedy Francesca da Rimini was brought out with success by Carlotta Marchionni at Milan. 1820 – Pellico was arrested on the charge of ..
1865 – Born in Tarnaörs, Hungary on the 23rd of September. 1880 – The family moved to London where they lodged with their countryman Francis Pichler at 162 Great Portland Street. 1894 – Orczy attended West London School of Art and then Heatherley’s School of Fine Art, where she met her future husband, Montague Maclean ..
US dramatist wrote plays "Getting Out" 1977, "'night, Mother" 1982 (Pulitzer Prize for drama 1983), "The Secret Garden&..
1727 – Born at Clooniquin, County Roscommon, Ireland on the 27th of December. 1752-1754 – He edited Gray’s Inn Journal. 1762 – Fielding’s Works. 1765 – As Henry Thrale’s oldest and dearest friend, it was he who introduced Samuel Johnson to the Thrales in January. 1792 – Essay on the Life and Genius of Samuel ..
1869 – Born on July 8th in Spencer, Indiana. American dramatist and poet. 1894 – He worked his way through prep school and later through Harvard University. There, he acted as assistant in English. 1895 – Received an appointment as an instructor at the University of Chicago. 1900-1909 – He wrote the plays: The Masque ..
1712 – Born at Abingdon, Berkshire on the 22nd of March. 1753 – He was the author of the domestic tragedy of The Gamester, originally produced with Garrick in the leading character of Beverley the gambler. 1756 – Moore collected his poems under the title of Poems, Fables and Plays. 1757 – He produced clever ..
1579 – Born on October in Madrid. 1600 – He studied at the Alcalá de Henares, joined the Order of Mercy on the 4th of November. 1601 – Entered the Monastery of San Antolín at Guadalajara, Spain on the 21st of January. 1615 – He had been writing plays for ten years when he was ..
1787 – Born at Alresford, Hampshire on the 16th of December. 1836 – She met Elizabeth Barrett Browning and their acquaintance ripened into a warm friendship. 1837 – She received a civil list pension, and five years later her father died. 1810 – Her first publications were poems in the manner of Samuel Taylor Coleridge ..
U1892 – Born in Rockland, Maine on tne 22nd of February. 1904 – She officially divorced Millay’s father for financial irresponsibility, but they had been separated for some years prior. Struggling financially. 1917 – Her graduation, she moved to New York City. 1921 – In January, she went to Paris, where she met sculptor Thelma ..