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1929 – He was born on the 9th day of January this year in Omagh, County Tyrone, he received his college education at St. Columb’s College in Derry and the seminary at St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth, as well as in Belfast..   1950 – He taught at various schools in and around County Londonderry from ..

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1933 – Born in London on the 8th of September. 1941 – His finest, the play Copenhagen deals with a historical event, meeting between the Danish physicist Niels Bohr and his protege, the German Werner Heisenberg, when Denmark is under German occupation, and Heisenberg is working on the development of an atomic bomb. 1957 – ..

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1579 – He was born in December, of this year in Rye, Sussex.   1590 – He appears to have entered Corpus Christi College, Cambridge University in this year, at the age of eleven.   1606 – He began to appear as an author for the Children of the Queen’s Revels, then performing at the ..

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1926 – Fo was born in the province of Varese on March 24, 1926. 1940 – Studied architecture at Brera Art Academy in Milan. World War II intervened his studies and his family is anti-fascist resistance. He helped his father to smuggle refugees and Allied soldiers to Switzerland. He continued his studies at Milan. Became ..

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US author   wrote novels "So Big" 1924 (Pulitzer Prize for fiction 1925), "Cimarron" 1929, "Show Boat" 1926, co-wrote play "Dinner at Eight" 1932 with George Kaufman   member of the Algonquin Wits 2.9 / 5 ( ..

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480 BC – Born in Salamís on the 23rd of September. 408 BC – He left Athens at the invitation of king Archelaus I of Macedon and stayed with him in Macedonia.          – Euripides’ final competition in Athens. 441 BC – He won first prize, and over the course of his lifetime, Euripides ..

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1914 – Born on April 4th in Gia Dinh, Vietnam. 1936 – Married to Robert Anthelme on September 23rd. 1943 – She joined the Resistance, while her beloved brother Paul, who had remained with their mother in Saigon, died of broncho-pneumonia because of the lack of medicines. 1944 – Pain was unbearable after the death ..

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1877 – She was born Dora Angela Duncan on the 26th day of May this year in San Francisco, California, she is considered by many to be the mother of Modern Dance. She attended school for the early years of her life, but dropped out because she found it to be constricting to her individuality. ..

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