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* Literature – Gabriel García Márquez
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* The Cambridge History of English and American Literature, Volume I Ch. 6. 5: De Consolatione Philosophiae, 1907 – 1921.
* 1909 – Selma Lagerlöf became the first female writer to win the Nobel Prize in Literature " in appreciation of the lofty idealism, vivid imagination and spiritual perception that characterize her writings ".
* " Eugenics " – National Reference Center for Bioethics Literature Scope Note 28, features overview of eugenics history and annotated bibliography of historical literature
The Off-Broadway theatre The American Place Theatre presented a one man show adaptation of Fahrenheit 451 as a part of their 2008 – 2009 Literature to Life season.
* Maurice Maeterlinck, poet, playwright, essayist, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature ( 1862 – 1949 )
* The Nobel Prize Biography on Shaw, From Nobel Lectures, Literature 1901 – 1967, Editor Horst Frenz, Elsevier Publishing Company, Amsterdam, ( 1969 ).
* Gerald Graff ( 1973 ) The Myth of the Postmodernist Breakthrough, TriQuarterly, 26 ( Winter, 1973 ) 383 – 417 ; rept in The Novel Today: Contemporary Writers on Modern Fiction Malcolm Bradbury, ed., ( London: Fontana, 1977 ); reprinted in Proza Nowa Amerykanska, ed., Szice Krytyczne ( Warsaw, Poland, 1984 ); reprinted in Postmodernism in American Literature: A Critical Anthology, Manfred Putz and Peter Freese, eds., ( Darmstadt: Thesen Verlag, 1984 ), 58 – 81.
American Fiction, TriQuarterly, No. 33 ( Spring 1975 ), pp. 307 – 37 ; reprinted in Putz and Freese, eds., Postmodernism and American Literature.
), Modernism: A Guide to European Literature 1890 – 1930 ( Penguin " Penguin Literary Criticism " series, 1978, ISBN 0-14-013832-3 ).
One of the early publications in this new direction is a volume edited by Helmut Kreuzer, Literature Studies-Media Studies ( Literaturwissenschaft – Medienwissenschaft ), which summarizes the presentations given at the " Düsseldorfer Germanistentag " 1976.
To the Friends of Literature in the United States, Webster's prospectus ( book ) | prospectus for his first dictionary of the English language, 1807 – 1808
* " Noah Webster " in The Cambridge History of English and American Literature in 18 Volumes ( 1907 – 21 ).
Naguib Mahfouz (, ; 11 December 1911 – 30 August 2006 ) was an Egyptian writer who won the 1988 Nobel Prize for Literature.
He was influenced by the French philosopher Henri-Louis Bergson ( 1859 – 1941 ), who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1927.
Literature and Gabriel
* Gabriel Turville-Petre ( 1908 – 1978 ), Professor of Ancient Icelandic Literature and Antiquities, University of Oxford, 1953 – 1975
Brlić-Mažuranić was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature four times-in 1931 and 1935 she was nominated by the historian Gabriel Manojlović, and in 1937 and 1938 he was joined by the philosopher Albert Bazala, both based in Zagreb.
* Nickname of Gabriel García Márquez ( born 1927 ), Colombian novelist, journalist, editor, publisher, political activist, and recipient of the 1982 Nobel Prize in Literature
Senior Fellow Bruce Benson received the 2006 Adam Smith Award, Research Analyst Gabriel Gasave received the Freedom Award for Brave Defense of Liberty from the Fundacion Atlas, and Senior Fellow Robert Higgs received the 1998 Templeton Honor Rolls Award on Education in a Free Society, 2006 Friedrich von Wieser Memorial Prize for Excellence in Economic Education, 2006 Thomas S. Szasz Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Cause of Civil Liberties, 2006 Lysander Spooner Award for Advancing the Literature of Liberty, and 2007 Gary G. Schlarbaum Prize for Lifetime Achievement in the Cause of Liberty.
Literature and García
* In 1945, Greek poet Odysseas Elytis ( Nobel Prize for Literature, 1979 ) translated and published part of García Lorca's Romancero Gitano.
It is also the only university in Mexico with Nobel Prize laureates among its alumni: Alfonso García Robles ( Peace ), Octavio Paz ( Literature ), and Mario Molina ( Chemistry ).
As well as publishing his own works ( his compilation of war poetry, Destino fiel, won the National Literature Prize in 1938 ), he edited various books including Homenaje al poeta Federico García Lorca and Romancero general de la guerra de España.
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* 1800 – Gabriel Prosser postpones a planned slave rebellion in Richmond, Virginia, but is arrested before he can make it happen.
Alphonse Gabriel " Al " Capone ( January 17, 1899 – January 25, 1947 ) was an American gangster who led a Prohibition-era crime syndicate.
**** House of Bourbon-Braganza ( 1752 – 1979 ), also called Borbón y Braganza or Branch of the Infant Gabriel
* 1922 – President of Poland Gabriel Narutowicz is assassinated by Eligiusz Niewiadomski at the Zachęta Gallery in Warsaw.
* 1752 – Gabriel Duvall, American jurist, and Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court ( d. 1844 )
Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit ( 24 May 1686 – 16 September 1736 ) was a Dutch-German-Polish physicist, engineer, and glass blower who is best known for inventing the alcohol thermometer ( 1709 ) and the mercury thermometer ( 1714 ), and for developing a temperature scale now named after him.
Fahrenheit is the temperature scale proposed in 1724 by, and named after, the physicist Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit ( 1686 – 1736 ).
* 1559 – King Henry II of France is mortally wounded in a jousting match against Gabriel de Montgomery.