1759 – Born on the 27th of April in Spitalfields, London, England. 1784 – She convinced her sister Eliza, who was suffering from what was probably postpartum depression, to leave her husband and infant. 1792 – Wollstonecraft left for Paris in December and arrived about a month before Louis XVI was guillotined. – ..
1785 – Born on May 18th in Glasgow. His best-known work is in the Noctes Ambrosianae, an occasional discursive feature of Blackwood’s to which he contributed the majority of the articles. 1812 – He published, The Isle of Palms, followed four years later by The City of the Plague, which gained for him a recognize ..
1828 – Margaret Oliphant Oliphant, born on the 4th of April in Wallyford, near Musselburgh, East Lothian. She was a Scottish novelist and historical writer, daughter of Francis Wilson. 1849 – Published her first novel Passages in the Life of Mrs Margaret Maitland. 1851 – She published Caleb Field, and in the same year met ..
1934 – Born in Atlanta, Georgia on the 22th of May. 1951 – He graduated from Campion High School in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. 1961 – Received his PhD in classics from Yale in. 1863 – Abraham Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address on the 19th of November. 1970 – The Crisis of the Self-Made Man. ..
Canadian (Scottish-born) jurist puisne judge of Canadian supreme court 1982-1991 (1st female judge on Canadian supreme court) 3.1 / 5 ( ..
1911 – Born on March 25th in Columbus, Mississippi. 1936-1937 – Studied at Washington University in St. Louis. 1938 – Received his B.A. degree from the University of Iowa. 1945 – He wrote the play "The Glass Menagerie". 1947 – Wrote the play "A Streetcar Named Desire". 1948-1955 – Received the Pulitzer Prize for Drama ..
US autobiographical novelist wrote novels "Little House in the Big Woods" 1932, "Farmer Boy" 1933, "Little House on the Prairie" 1935, "On the Banks of Plum Creek" 1937, "By the Shores of Silver Lake" 1939, "The Long Winter" 1940, "Little Town on the Prairie" 1941, "These Happy Golden Years" 1943 2.7 / 5 ( ..
1941 – Born on the 14th of June in Washington, DC. 1965 – He married Judith Ann Goldman, an attorney, with whom he has three children: Daniel, Jacob, and Jamila. 1966 – He was the second African-American to win a Rhodes Scholarship, graduating. 1984 – He is the first to win the International PEN/Faulkner Award ..
US army officer, judge, merchant, and politician in American Revolution New Hampshire delegate to Continental Congress 1776-1779 signer of Declaration of Independence 1776 as delegate from New Hampshire associate justice of New Hampshire supreme court 1782-1785 1 / 5 (..
1940 – Born on January 13th in Cincinnati, Ohio. American writer of novels, short fiction, and nonfiction whose critically acclaimed work focuses on male homosexual society in America. 1962 – Educated at the University of Michigan. – White taught writing seminars and creative writing at Columbia, Yale, New York, and George Mason universities. ..