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1929 – Born on April 1st in Brno, Czechia. 1967 – Married to Vera Hrabankova.          – Wrote the book Zert. 1973 – Won the Prix Médicis étranger for Life Is Elsewhere. 1975-1978 – He taught at the University of Rennes. 1979 – His citizenship petition was revoked.          – Wrote The Book ..

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1663 – William King born in London, the son of an Ezekiel King, he was related to the family of Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of Clarendon. He was an English poet. 1681 – From Westminster School, where he was a scholar under the care of Dr. Busby, at the age of eighteen he was elected ..

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1963 – Born on November 21st in Caracas, Venezuela. Venezuelan-born dramatist and theater director.          – Founder of Tectonic Theater Project. 1986 – Received his B.F.A. in Drama at New York University, Tisch School of the Arts. 1998-2000 – Wrote plays "Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde" and "The Laramie Project". 2004 ..

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Norwegian dramatist   wrote plays "Catilina" 1850 (under pseudonym Brynjolf Bjarme), "Brand" 1866, "Peer Gynt" 1867, "Emperor and Galilean" 1873, "A Doll's House" 1879, "Ghosts" 1881, "An Enemy of the People" 1882, "The Wild Duck" 1884, "Hedda Gabler" 1890, "The Master Builder" 1892   father of realist drama 2.3 / 5 ( 1..

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1844 – Hopkins, Gerard Manley, born on the 28th of July in Stratford, Essex, England. Hopkins was the eldest of the nine children of Manley Hopkins, an Anglican, who had been British consul general in Hawaii and had himself published verse. 1863 – Won the poetry prize at the Highgate grammar school and was awarded ..

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