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1866 – Henry Martyn Blossom was born on the 10th of May in St. Louis, Missouri. American songwriter and lyricist. 1914 – He joined ASCAP.          – Became both a charter member and a director. 1919 – He wrote his best work: The Yankee Consul, Mlle. Modiste (libretto), The Red Mill (book and lyrics), ..

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         – He was of English birth. He is frequently called Morlanensis, which title most writers have interpreted to mean that he was a native of Morlaix in Brittany, though some credit him to Murlas near Puy in Béarn. 1109-1122 – He belonged to the family of the Seigneurs of Montpellier in Languedoc, and ..

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1886 – Born on the 2nd of February in Brooklyn, New York.          – Educated at The Albany Academy in Albany, NY and at Yale University. 1924 – He began the Saturday Review of Literature and continued to edit and write. 1941 – The Dust Which Is God. 1942 – Awarded the Pulitzer Prize ..

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1867 – Born on the 27th of May in Hanley, Staffordshire, England. 1888 – At age 21 he worked as a rent collector. 1889 – Won a literary competition in Tit Bits magazine. 1894 – Became assistant editor of the periodical Woman. 1898 – His first novel A Man from the North was published. 1902 ..

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1893 – Born on the 9th of June in Worcester, Massachusetts. 1899 – Behrman entered Providence Street School. 1907 – Began attending Classical High School. 1911 – Toured with the Poli vaudeville circuit. 1912 – Returned to Worcester due to failing health and entered Clark College. 1916 – He graduated from Harvard with a Bachelor’s ..

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1896 – Philip Barry was born 18th of June.   1929 – Barry wrote plays "Holiday".   1939 – Barry most famous work is The Philadelphia Story.   1949 – Philip Barry died 3rd of December in New York City.       2.5 / 5 ( ..

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US novelist, short story writer, and essayist 1924 – Born on the 2nd of August in New York’s Harlem neighborhood. 1942 – Graduated in DeWitt Clinton High School, New York City. 1953 – Wrote autobiographical novel Go Tell It on the Mountain. 1954 – He wrote the Wrote The Amen Corner and performed in 1965. ..

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1894 – Isaac Babel was born 13th of July in Odessa, Russian Empire. 1904 – Studied the Bible and the Talmud intensively at home, and at school he was an outstanding student, writing stories in French. 1915-1917 – He left home for St. Petersburg, where he was befriended by the writer Maxim Gorky, who is ..

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1939 – Born on the 12th of April in Hampstead, London. 1957 – Married his first wife Christine Roland, together having two sons, Steven and Philip.        – Employed by the director Stephen Joseph as an acting stage manager (a stage manager with acting roles) at the Library Theatre, Scarborough. 1959 – He played Stanley ..

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1910 – Born on June 23rd in Bordeaux, France. French playwright who became one of the strongest personalities of the French theatre and achieved an international reputation. 1932 – Married to Monelle Valentin.          – After studying law, he wrote his first play, The Ermine, followed by the successful Traveler Without Luggage.          ..

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