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Trevelyan’s England Under the Stuarts Puccini’s Madame Butterfly First Shaw-Granville Barker season at the Royal Court Theatre The Abbey Theatre founded in Dublin Death of Isabella Bird Russian sailors on the battleship Potemkin mutiny After riots and a general strike the czar concedes demands by the Duma for legislative powers, a wider franchise, and civil liberties Albert Einstein publishes his first theory of relativity The Austin Motor Company founded Bennett’s Tales of the Five Towns Claude Debussy’s La Mer E.
3 million copies in the first twenty-four hours Nobel Prize for literature awarded to Doris Lessing List of Contributors CHARLES ROBERT BAKER. Charles Robert Baker is a poet, and short story writer. He has written many literary biographies for American Writers, British Writers, American Writers Classics, and The Oxford Encyclopedia of American Literature. Mr. Baker lives in Dallas, Texas and is curator of Mark Twain: Father of Modern American Literature at Southern Methodist University. His current projects include a piece on Irwin Shaw for American Writers and in-depth research on the literary cafes of Paris.
Baker lives in Dallas, Texas and is curator of Mark Twain: Father of Modern American Literature at Southern Methodist University. His current projects include a piece on Irwin Shaw for American Writers and in-depth research on the literary cafes of Paris. Ian Fleming Germany (2006-2007). She is the author of Nathaniel Hawthorne: A Study of the Short Fiction, editor of Conversations with Clarence Major, and editor and interviewer for Finding the Words: Conversations with Writers Who Teach and Master Class: Lessons from Leading Writers.