Sir Arthur Wing Pinero was a playwright from England. He was considered one of the leading playwrights and made important contributions to the theater...

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Everest, Inc. by Will Cockrell is a very interesting, and informative book, shattering some cliches which have been around for decades...

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The narrative is compelling, and I certainly enjoyed the explanation of the financial crimes aspect of the book. Throw in some corruption, conspiracies as well...

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Alfonso Reyes (17 May, 1889 – 27 December, 1959) was a Mexican writer and diplomat. He is considered to be one of the greatest Spanish language authors...

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Facepaint have launched a website, which gives information about the nonprofit and its goal to raise social and cultural awareness ...

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The path to the Confederate attack on a Fort Sumter was paved by misunderstandings, missed opportunities, slow and/or vague communications, and indecisiveness...

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Jayne Cortez (10 May, 1934 – 28 December, 2012 was poet, publisher, performer, and activist. She is part of the Black Arts movement canon....

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Whalefall by Daniel Kraus shines in parts, giving a claustrophobic, cinematic feel. While intense in parts, the book becomes somewhat formulaic...

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The plot, while historically interesting, goes on irrelevant side stories. The ending is just OK, very strange, and, I thought, unsatisfying....

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May Sarton (3 May, 1912 – 16 July, 1995) was a writer, poet, journalist and memoirist. She is remembered for her excellent journals and memoirs...

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