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1940 – John Maxwell Coetzee, born on the 9th of February in Cape Town. He often called J.M. Coetzee, is a South African author (now living in Australia) and academic. 1960 – He attended St. Joseph’s College, a Catholic school in the Cape Town suburb of Rondebosch, and later studied mathematics and English at the ..

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1920 – Born in Sunflower, Mississippi on the 4th of September. 1957 – He worked his way up in the food publishing business in New York as a contributor to Gourmet Magazine, a food products publicist and finally food editor of the New York Times.          – One of the most famous episodes in ..

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1927 – Born on the 31st of March.     1942 – He graduated from the eighth grade. He could not attend high school because his father Librado had been in an accident and did not want his mother Juana to work in the fields. Instead, Cesar became a migrant farm worker. After two years he ..

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1505 – Lodovico Castelvetro was born near Modena, Duchy of Modena. A dominant literary critic of the Italian Renaissance, particularly noted for his translation of and independently rendered conclusions from Aristotle’s Poetics. 1560 – A quarrel with the poet Annibale Caro, initiated by Castelvetro’s criticism of one of Caro’s canzoni, erupted into a major literary ..

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1859 – Carrie Lane was born on January 9th, in Ripon, Wisconsin. 1866 – When she was seven years old, the Lane family moved to Charles City, Iowa, where Carrie Lane attended school. 1877 – After graduating from high school, she attended Iowa Agricultural College, which is today Iowa State University. 1883 – She became ..

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1967 – Born on October 19th in Plains, Georgia. Daughter of President Jimmy Carter. 1977 – She was 9 when her parents moved into the White House in January. 1987 – Ms. Carter went to Brown University, where she again stepped into the media limelight.          – Has been dismissed from Brown University for ..

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