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US dramatist and novelist   wrote novels "The Bridge of San Luis Rey" 1927 (Pulitzer Prize for fiction 1928), "Heaven’s My Destination" 1934, plays "Our Town" 1937 (Pulitzer Prize for drama 1938), "The Skin of Our Teeth" 1942 (Pulitzer Prize for d..

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Austrian (Czechoslovakian-born) author   wrote poetry collections "Der Weltfreund" 1911, "Wir sind!" 1913, "Einander" 1915, plays "Mirror Man" 1920, "Goat Song" 1922, "Juarez and Maximilian" 1925, "The Kingdom of God in Bohemia" 1930, "The Eternal Road" 1936 (also "Der Weg der Verheissung"), "Jacobowsky and the Colonel" 1944, novels "Verdi" 1924, "The Pure in Heart" 1929 ..

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1950 – Born on October 18th in Brooklyn, New York. 1971 – Attended Mount Holyoke College and City College of New York. 1973 – She wrote Any Woman Can’t and Uncommon Woman. 1976 – Received her MFA in Drama from Yale School of  Drama. 1984 – Wrote the plays Isn’t It Romantic, The Heidi Chronicles, ..

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1925 – Born on October 3rd in West Point, New York. 1943-1946 – Served the United States Army as an Army Reserve.          – Wrote the novels Williwaw, The City and the Pillar, Julian, Washington, D.C., Myra Breckenridge, Burr, 1876, Creation, Lincoln, Empire, Hollywood, Live from Golgotha, The Smithsonian Institution and The Golden Age. ..

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1562 – Born on the 25th of November in Madrid. 1582-1587 – He took part in the expedition to the Azores and was secretary to the marqués de las Navas. 1588 – In February, he was banished for circulating criminal libels against his mistress, Elena Osorio, whom he has celebrated under the name of Filis. ..

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