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1896 – He was born on the 19th day of February of this year in Tinchebray, Normandy. He studied medicine and psychiatry.   1919 – Breton founded the review Littérature with Louis Aragon and Philippe Soupault. He also connected with Dadaist Tristan Tzara.   1924 – He was instrumental to the founding of the Bureau ..

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1960 – Wes Boyd was born. 1987 – Wes Boyd and his wife Joan Blades were the cofounders of Berkeley Systems, a San Francisco Bay area software company. 1997 – After selling the company, Boyd and Blades went on to found the liberal political group MoveOn.org. 2.6 / 5 ( ..

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1902 – Born in Eibergen on the 26th of January. 1930 – Wrote essay "The Carnival of Citizens". 1932 – Ter Braak, together with Edgar du Perron and Maurice Roelants, started the literary magazine Forum which proved to be one of the most important literary periodicals in the Dutch-speaking world in the nineteen-thirties. 1933 – ..

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1953 – Born in Talence, near Bordeaux on the 11th of June. 1976 – Bové was sentenced and served three weeks of imprisonment for having destroyed documents belonging to the military, as a way to oppose the extension of Larzac military camp. 1987 – He formed the Confédération Paysanne, an agricultural union that places its ..

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1886 – Born on May 30th in Bloomfield, New Jersey. American literary critic and essayist whose polemical articles made him a spokesman for the young radicals who came of age on the eve of World War I.          – He studied with John Dewey, got a traveling fellowship that took him to England Paris ..

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1921 – He was born on the 22nd of February in American Fork, Utah, U.S. 1944 – Booth attended Brigham Young University, Salt Lake City, Utah. 1947 – The University of Chicago, where he became devoted to Neo-Aristotelian critical methods while studying with R.S. Crane. 1961 – His influential first book, The Rhetoric of Fiction. ..

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1940 – He was born in Nashville, Tennessee, on the 14th of January. 1957 – He attended Morehouse College in Atlanta. 1960 – Bond was a founding member of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. 1963 – He led student protests against segregation in public facilities in Georgia. 1961 – He served as communications director of ..

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1935 – Born on the 16th day of February this year in Detroit, Michigan.   1954 – Married his first wife, Donna Rankin on the 3rd day of November, and they had a daughter named Christine.   1960 – Began his music career working for the legendary record producer Phil Spector as a promotion man, ..

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1897 – Louise Bogan was born in Livermore Falls, Maine on the 11th of August. She spent most of her childhood years with her parents and brother growing up in mill towns in Maine, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts. 1916 – Married to Curt Alexander, a corporal in the United States Army. 1923 – Published her ..

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1636 – Nicolas Boileau was born on the 1st of November in Paris, France. He was the fifteenth child of Gilles Boileau, a clerk in the parlement. He was a French critic and satiric poet. 1666 – Published Satires du Sieur D…, containing seven satires and the Discours au roi. 1669 – Appeared his epistles. ..

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