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1884 – Born in Prague on the 27th of May. 1902 – Brod first met Kafka on the 23rd of October, when both were students at the Charles University. 1908 – His first novel and fourth book overall, Schloß Nornepygge, published when he was only 24, was celebrated in Berlin literary circles as a masterpiece ..

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1921- He was born in Boston, Massachusetts on the 26th of Augus. 1942 – Bradlee attended Harvard College where he majored in Classical Greek, was a member of the AD Club, a prominent final club and graduated.          – He became a reporter at the New Hampshire Sunday News, a venture he helped launch. ..

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1911 – Born in Oakland, California into a family based in medicine on the 11th of August.          – Tony had no desire to be a physician just like his parents. When he was in high school, he wanted to be a physicist.          – In junior college, he decided that he wanted to be ..

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1754 – Born on July 11th in Ashley, near Bath, Somerset, England. English doctor of medicine, philanthropist, and man of letters, known for his Family Shakspeare. 1807 – The Family Shakespeare first appeared as a four-volume edition.          – Bowdler is known for The Family Shakespeare, an expurgated* edition of the Bard’s works.     ..

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1826 – Born in Springfield, Massachusetts. American editor of the Springfield Republican, a Massachusetts paper that took an interest in literary matters and even published verse. 1851 – He took control and soon made the Springfield Republican one of the half-dozen most influential newspapers in the United States. 1865-1869 – Traveled a great deal and ..

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1863 – Edward William Bok was born on the 9th of October, in Den Helder, The Netherlands. 1869 – At the age of six, he immigrated to Brooklyn, New York, USA. 1870 – He entered public schools of Brooklyn, New York. 1873 – He obtained first position in Frost’s Bakery, Smith Street, Brooklyn, at 50 ..

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1912 – Salah al-Din al-Bitar was born in Damascus, Syria. 1929 – Al-Bitar traveled to France to study in the Sorbonne. 1934 – He returned to Syria and became professor of physics and mathematics at the Tajhiz al-Ula. 1939 – Aflaq and al-Bitar began to attract a small following of students. 1941 – They issued ..

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1825 – Born on May 4th in Bristol, England. American editor and suffragist. 1832 – His family moved to the United States in New York City. 1855 – Blackwell married Lucy Stone, the college friend of Antoinette Brown, on May 1st. 1867 – He wrote a message to Southern legislature proposing the extension of woman ..

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1913 – Born on the 30th of September in New York City. 1939 – Wrote "The Broken Axiom," and won the amateur short-story contest sponsored by Thrilling Wonder Stories magazine. 1953 – Authored The Demolished Man which won the Hugo Award for best novel.          – Bester produced one mainstream novel "The Rat Race". ..

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1805 – Born on the 18th of March in New York. He was a preacher-pastor in the Dutch Reformed Church. 1822 – Originally a student at Columbia College of Columbia University, Bethune graduated from Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania and went on to study theology at Princeton University. 1825 – He married Mary Williams in November. ..

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