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1923 in literature

This article presents a list of literature and publishing in 1923. For works published in the United States, this year was also important because from 1 January 2019, it was the first in 20 years to enter the public domain. They were initially to ...

                                               

1924 in literature

Writer Miguel de Unamuno fired for the first time from his University posts Spanish dictator General Miguel Primo de Rivera and sent into exile on the island of Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands. Richard L. Simon and M. Lincoln "Max" Schuster t ...

                                               

1926 in literature

S. S. van dine published the first detective novel Philo Vance, the murder of Benson. 10, Mikhail Bulgakovs novel the White guard the White guard partially serialized in Russian magazines struggle in the beginning of the year opens in a dramatic ...

                                               

1927 in literature

Oct – Victor Dutch installs the London publishing house Ltd Victor the Dutch. July 9 – P. G. Wodehouses the story "pig-hoo-o-o-o-EY", published in the journal of the United States of freedom, introduces the Lord Emsworths prize pig, Empress of Bl ...

                                               

1932 in literature

Royal Shakespeare company opens new theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon. Shakespeare in the Folger library opens in Washington, D.C. April 23 – in honor William Shakespeares birthday. March – captain W. E. Johns English character Biggles, James Biggle ...

                                               

1946 in literature

August 18 – Assamese poet Amulya Barua was killed in the age of 24 in the communal violence during his studies at the University of Calcutta. His only collection of poems Achina stranger, published posthumously. January 5 – Estonian writer Jaan K ...

                                               

1949 in literature

January 11 – Brechts play Bertold Mother Courage and her children mutter courage and Ira Kinder, 1939, first performed in Germany in German theatre in Berlin with his wife Helene Weigel in the title role and arranged with its Verfremdungseffekt i ...

                                               

1950 in literature

April 8 – D. Salingers the military story "For Esme (8 апреля – Д. Salingers военная история "для Эсме) - with love and squalor" is published in "the new Yorker". February – Jack Kerouac had his first novel, the Town and the city published in the ...

                                               

1951 in literature

January 12 – Janie Moore, S. S. Lewiss "foster mother", dies. December 16 – Noel coward leaves his home, the White cliffs on the South coast of England, sold it to Ian Fleming. March 17 – the same name of the UK Dennis the menace comic strips, fi ...

                                               

1956 in literature

14 August – iris Murdoch married John Bayley at Oxford registry office. April 23 – British author C. S. Lewis and American poet joy Gresham civil ceremony at Oxford registry office. 25 Feb – English poet Ted Hughes and American poet Sylvia Plath ...

                                               

1958 in literature

May 19 – London debut production Pinters the birthday party takes place in lyric Opera Smith. It closes in a week, but its reputation remains on review Harold Hobson in the "Sunday times" on may 25. Spring / summer – London publishers Faber to pr ...

                                               

1961 in literature

January 24 – American playwright Arthur Miller and film star Marilyn Monroe, obtained a divorce in Mexico because of incompatibility. Richard Booth opened a second-hand store in the future "the city bookstore" hay-on-Wye on the English border wit ...

                                               

1965 in literature

May 26 – the world premiere of a strong wind in Jamaica, the film of the novel by Richard Hughess 1929, features the Future novelist Martin AMIS son of Kingsley teen actor. June 19 – J. D. Salingers short story "Hapworth 16, 1924" is a big part o ...

                                               

1966 in literature

February 10 – author Jacqueline Susann was her first novel, Valley of the dolls, published. From another, it receives a list of bookstores, which new York times relies on sales numbers to determine the list of bestsellers. She then uses her own m ...

                                               

1967 in literature

Jan. (Января) The first publication of Mikhail Bulgakovs novel the Master and Margarita "the Master and Margarita", in the form left by the authors death in 1940, concludes in the journal "Moscow", although the censorship part, circulate in samiz ...

                                               

1968 in literature

June 17 – Tom Stoppards parody the real inspector hound opened at the Criterion theatre in Londons West End starring Richard briers and Ronnie Barker. The first published translations and books-discussion of Enheduannas is. It is a Sumerian pries ...

                                               

1969 in literature

March 23 – German-born writer Assia Wevill, the lover of English poet Ted Hughes and the ex-wife of canadian poet David Wevill, gases himself and his daughter in her London home. August – "Penelope Ashe", the alleged author of the novel naked cam ...

                                               

1970 in literature

Magdalena Moujans story "GU TA Gutarrak" ("we and ours" in the Basque suppressed by the authorities in Francos Spain. Novel bomber len Deightons, in 1943, published this year in England. This is the first novel to be written in a text editor, IBM ...

                                               

1979 in literature

Maybe a merchant ivory film productions of Europeans appears. His screenplay-Ruth Prawer Jhabvala is based on the 1878 Henry James novel of the same name. August Wilsons jitney was first produced, it becomes the eighth in his "Pittsburgh cycle". ...

                                               

1987 in literature

January 2 – "horror stories" in the Enid Blyton childrens books are replaced with a British publisher, with the dwarves due to complaints of racial implications of the crime. Ian Rankins knots and crosses, the first of detective novels inspector ...

                                               

1989 in literature

Archaeological remains of the English Renaissance rose and discovered the world of theater in London. Unknown date. (Неизвестная дата) The national library of Norway established in Oslo. 14 February – Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, Irans Supreme le ...

                                               

1990 in literature

C. June – JK Rowling idea for Harry Potter while on a train from Manchester to London: "I looked out the window, and the idea for Harry just came. He appeared in my minds eye, very fully formed. The basic idea was for a boy who didnt know what he ...

                                               

2011 in literature

June 7 – ransom Riggs publishes his young-adult novel Miss Peregrine home for children with special needs, which connects his narrative on a series of previously private photographs he has collected. This is the remains of the upper part of the n ...

                                               

1774 in literature

After the destruction of the castle in Weimar with fire, Carl August, Grand Duke of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach, forms the Commission for its reconstruction was supervised by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Approximate date – the national and University lib ...

                                               

1790 in literature

Xavier de Maistre writes of the voyage autour de mA Chambre "journey around my room," published 1794, being under arrest in Turin in the Kingdom of Sardinia, as the result of the match. Approximate date – William lane sets press Minerva in London ...

                                               

1838 in literature

Lady Charlotte guest begins publication of its translation into English, Welsh traditional tales, known as the "new disc". 28 Jan – the second night of Henrik Wergelands satirical musical Campbellerne Campbell in Christiania Norway provokes rebel ...

                                               

1873 in literature

January 1 – Chicago public library opens in the old tank after the Great Chicago fire of 1871. 3 Mar. (3 марта) The first performance of W. S. Gilbert and Arthur à features to play happy Land at the Royal court theatre, London, parody Yuart Willi ...

                                               

1823 in literature

May 23 – Russian writer Alexander Pushkin begins work on the novel in verse "Eugene Onegin". The London publisher S. Baldwin brings the first English translation of Grimms fairy tales as a German interesting stories. Translated from the kinder UN ...

                                               

1519 in literature

Apokopos for Bergadis, the first book in modern Greek, printed in Venice. Chivalric romance del Libro MUY esforzado e invencible Caballero don Claribalte "book of the very striving and invincible knight don Claribalte", the first literary work, G ...

                                               

1520 in literature

Scientists from the Complutense University in alcalá de Henares, under the leadership of Diego lópez de zúñiga, complete the Complutensian polyglot Bible. Ulrich von Huttens satirical poem Aufwecker Der teutschen nation is the awakener of the Ger ...

                                               

1580 in literature

July 12 – the Ostrog Bible, first complete printed Bible translation into a Slavic language old Church Slavonic is first printed in Ostrog in Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth modern Ukraine Ivan Fedorov. March – Thomas account leggo Latin play abou ...

                                               

1650 in literature

Within this year, the blasphemy law, the English radical Jacob Bauthumley arrested, convicted and has his tongue pierced on account of his book the light and dark sides of God. The Parliament appoints a Commission for the propagation and preachin ...

                                               

1651 in literature

Francisco de Trillo Figueroa Mr. Neapolisea. Manuel de Salinas g of Lausanne – La Casta Susana, parafrasis poetica de su Sagrada Familia history. Henry Vaughan – the mute Iscanus, the Swan of USK. William Davenant – Gondibert second impression. F ...

                                               

1659 in literature

January 27 – the poet Andrew Marvell was elected member of Parliament for Kingston upon hull, in England, the third Parliament of the protectorate. August William Davenant briefly imprisoned for his part in George cabins uprising in Cheshire. Ice ...

                                               

1714 in literature

27 July – Robert Harley is dismissed in Britain, the Lord-Treasurer. March – the Scriblerus club, an informal group of literary friends include Jonathan swift, Alexander Pope, John gay, John Arbuthnot, in whose London house they had met, Thomas P ...

                                               

1715 in literature

The first record of the actress and writer Eliza Haywood talks about her performance in Thomas Shadwells adaptation of Shakespeare, Timon of Athens, or the man-hater at the smock alley Theatre, Dublin. S. August – Nicholas Rowe becomes poet laure ...

                                               

1716 in literature

June 21 – work begins on the construction of the Codrington library of All souls College, Oxford, designs Nicholas Stellenbosch, to be completed in 1751. Playwright Philippe Nericault Destos comes to London as an attaché at the Embassy of France. ...

                                               

1722 in literature

December – Defoes the picaresque novel, Colonel Jack, sharing many elements of the story of moll Flanders, published. Edmund Hypercritica the Boltons published, a century after it was written. January 27 – Daniel Defoes novel moll Flanders was pu ...

                                               

1723 in literature

Contracts Voltaire smallpox. (Контракты Вольтер оспы) A new edition of Bernard Mandevilles fable of the bees, presented as a nuisance, from the Grand jury of Middlesex in England. Book collection of Samuel Pepys died in 1703, including his diary, ...

                                               

1724 in literature

Jan – Andrew Michael Ramsay went to Rome to tutor the two sons of James Francis Edward Stuart, Jacobite pretender to the British throne. August – Thomas establishes Longman publishing Longman in London.

                                               

1731 in literature

The Jesuit father Joseph Henri Marie de Premare translated as "orphan of Zhao" a 13th-century French LOrphelin de La Maison de Tchao, the first Chinese play translated into any European language. 23 Oct – a fire at the ashburnham House hotel in L ...

                                               

1735 in literature

Jesuit scholar Jean-Baptiste Du Haldes description geographique is publishes, on Historique, Chronologique, politics Et physique de tea de La tire de La Tartarie Chinese cinema in Paris, including father Joseph Henri Marie de Premares translation ...

                                               

1772 in literature

September 12 – German Gottinger Hainbund poets formed a midnight ritual in the oak grove. Charles Burney tours of Europe, studying the history of music. The Armenian language is located in Chennai, India. Thomas Paine produces his first published ...

                                               

1782 in literature

Charles Dibdin becomes joint Manager of the Royal circus, later known as the Surrey theatre in London. In Siku Quanshu is completed, the largest literary compilation in Chinas history. Books bound in 36.381 volumes with more than 79.000 chapters ...

                                               

1785 in literature

Paris Theatre de Vaudeville-Amusantes moves to a temporary new theatre in the garden of the Palais Royal. Daily register, later time, first published in London. 1 January. (1 января) 2 Feb – Sarah Siddons makes her London debut in her most famous ...

                                               

1788 in literature

May 10 – founded Swedens Royal dramatic theater, Royal attractions, galleries, art galleries is. May – Joseph Johnson and Thomas Christie found the analytical review of radical in London.

                                               

1791 in literature

16. may Boswell James the Life of Samuel Johnson published in 2 volumes in London the 28th anniversary of their first meeting. English poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge begins his course at Jesus College, Cambridge. It marks his transition from school ...

                                               

1792 in literature

29 September – theatre Royal, Dumfries opens as theater. In the 21st century it is the oldest operating theatre in Scotland. Henry Walton Smith and his wife Anna established a newspaper business in London that will become the network of bookselle ...

                                               

1793 in literature

James Lackington opens his "temple of the MUSES" in a bookstore in Finsbury square, London. November 2 – French playwright Olympia de Gouges was sentenced to death by the revolutionary Tribunal. She and her prosecutors, quoting the manuscript of ...

                                               

1794 in literature

June – the English poets Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Robert Sauti first met in Oxford while Coleridge EN route on a tour from Wales. Meeting again in Bristol in August after the execution of Robespierre in July they collaborate on "the historical ...

                                               

1795 in literature

William Henry Ireland first displays his Shakespearean forgeries to the public. They will inspire serious disagreements when released from 24 Dec 1796. August 21–September 26 – William Wordsworth and his sister Dorothy to stay at 7 great George s ...

                                               

1796 in literature

March 1 – Samuel Taylor Coleridge begins his periodical the watchman, it lasts only ten questions. In April, his first collection of poetry, poems on various subjects, published in London. 21 July – the Scottish national poet Robert burns died in ...

                                               

1797 in literature

Hatchards bookshop based in Londons Piccadilly John Hatchard, it continues to trade at the same place in the 21st century. July 15 – George Colmans Comedy the heir at law, opens in London. It introduces the character Dr. Pangloss on stage and the ...

                                               

1798 in literature

October 11 – Elizabeth Inchbalds vows of lovers taken from Kotzebues Das kind der Liebe first held at the theatre Royal, Drury lane, London. September 18 – lyrical ballads, with a few other poems William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge is ...

                                               

1799 in literature

The premiere of the second and third parts Friedrich Schillers dramatic trilogy Wallenstein performed a short Weimar was directed by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. April 20 – the Wallensteins TOD Wallensteins death, Wallenstein as. January 30 – Die ...

                                               

1800 in literature

Jan – Maria Edgeworths first extended work of fiction, castle Rackrent, published anonymously in London, in different ways regarded as the first historical novel, the first regional novel in English, the first Anglo-Irish novel, the first big hou ...

                                               

1801 in literature

The second edition of specimens of early English poetry, edited by George Ellis, covering poetry from old English to the 17th century, influential in the study of a wide reading public from the middle English poetry, is experiencing more 4 editio ...

                                               

1802 in literature

April 19 – Joseph Grimaldi, the First his white face clown character "Joey" on Sadler wells in London. The first part Jippensha Ikkus picaresque novel Tōkaidōchū 東海道中膝栗毛 Hizakurige a shanks Mare published in Japan. November 15 – Washington ...

                                               

1803 in literature

30 June – novelist Mary butt marries his cousin, captain Henry Sherwood, acquiring the surname by which she would become most famous. The library that becomes the national library in Budapest, founded in 1802 by count Ferenc széchenyi, opens to t ...

                                               

1804 in literature

William Wordsworth wrote the poem "I wandered lonely as a cloud". May – Samuel Taylor Coleridge goes to Attard in Malta where he gets employment as the acting Secretary of state. April 15 – the father of John Keats, stable worker dies from a skul ...

                                               

1805 in literature

January–September – Samuel Taylor Coleridge acting public Secretary in Malta. Henry Thomas Colebrooke makes the first translation into English of "Aitareya Upanishad". Earlier, Jacob Grimm is invited to Paris as an assistant to Friedrich Karl von ...

                                               

1806 in literature

Nolsoyar pall completes his anti-Denmark Fuglakvædi the Ballad of the birds, one of the first significant works in the Faroese language. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe completes a preliminary version of his Faust. Noah Webster produced his first dict ...

                                               

1807 in literature

The first edition of the family Shakspeare, in a truncated edition of the Shakespeare plays under the nominal editorship of Thomas Bowdler, but probably compiled mainly by his sister Henrietta Maria Bowdler, appears in London. Charles Wiley found ...

                                               

1808 in literature

The opening of the theater of St. Philip, New Orleans. January 3 – the examiner, "Sunday Newspapers, in politics, economy, and performance", established in London by John hunt, edited by his brother Lee hunt. September 20 – the first Royal Opera ...

                                               

1809 in literature

In Theater on Walnut street in Philadelphia is installed as "new circus" circus of Pepin and Breschard. It is the oldest continually operating theatre in the English-speaking world and the oldest in the United States. 18 September – new theatre R ...

                                               

1810 in literature

February – an eccentric British Amateur actor Robert Coates debuts in his favourite role of Romeo in the theatre Royal, bath. April 10 – Percy Bysshe Shelley matriculates at University College, Oxford. His atheistic Gothic Novella Zastrozzi: a ro ...

                                               

1811 in literature

March 25 - Oxford University sends first-year undergraduate, Percy Bysshe Shelley after he and Thomas Jefferson Hogg refuse to answer questions about the necessity of atheism, a pamphlet they published anonymously. Earlier this year, Shelley as " ...

                                               

1812 in literature

January 15 – Lord Byron takes his seat in the Parliament of the United Kingdom. 26 Dec – Marryat, Frederick received the rank of Lieutenant after service in sea in the war of 1812. 9-20 Dec Lee hunt was tried and found guilty of libel for calling ...

                                               

1813 in literature

Fall – Robert Sauti becomes poet laureate of great Britain after the failure of Walter Scotts post. May 10 – an eccentric British Amateur actor Robert Coates makes his London debut in his favorite roles, Romeo, at the theatre Royal Haymarket. His ...

                                               

1814 in literature

August 24 – British war of 1812 to burn the original Library of Congress was housed in the U.S. Capitol building. 14 January 2 January O. S. – the Imperial Public library in St. Petersburg, opens to the public. Alfred de Vigny is supplied as an o ...

                                               

1815 in literature

May – first publication of the North American review. 23 Dec. (23 декабря) The novel Emma, Jane Austens published anonymously by John Murray in London dated 1816. Approximately 1.500 copies to sell in the next 5 years. January 2 – Lord Byron marr ...

                                               

1816 in literature

Maybe lady Caroline lambs novel Glenarvon is the first book self published by Henry Colburn in London. Roman à key contains an unflattering portrait of her former lover Lord Byron, the dashing character of Lord Glenarvon. 14 APR – the Lord Byrons ...

                                               

1817 in literature

December – Jane Austens first and last completed novels, respectively, Nortengerskoe Abbey and persuasion are published together with John Murray in London, dated 1818, six months after the authors death in Winchester. Her brother Henry Austen co ...

                                               

1818 in literature

January 11 – Percy Bysshe Shelleys poem "Ozymandias" will appear in the hunts, whether weekly, expert London, p. 24 under the pseudonym "Glirastes". Horace Smiths contribution in informal sonnet-writing competition", on a wonderful leg of granite ...

                                               

1819 in literature

30 January – Romney literary society is established as a polemic society of Romney, West Virginia. April – John Keats begins his "great year" or "year of life", during which he is at his most productive, refusing to work in a hospital and the guy ...

                                               

1820 in literature

The Cambridge apostles, an intellectual discussion group, established at Cambridge University in England. September – poet John Keats, suffering from tuberculosis, leaves London and live in a house on the Spanish steps in Rome, where he dies in 1 ...

                                               

1821 in literature

James Ballantyne begins publishing his library writers in Edinburgh under the editorship of sir Walter Scott. In the first known obscenity case in the United States of America, in Massachusetts, the court denies the novel by John Cleland Fanny hi ...

                                               

1822 in literature

Mar – Noctes Ambrosianae, imaginary colloquies, begin to appear in the journal Blackwood Edinburgh. June 16 – Mary Shelleys miscarriage. July 8 – English poet Percy Bysshe Shelley, returning from Livorno, where he founded the liberal magazine wit ...

                                               

1824 in literature

24 January – the first issue of the radical quarterly founded by Jeremy Bentham, the Westminster review, published in London. April – the United States Literary Gazette, twice a month, begins publication. He publishes the poems of Henry Wadsworth ...

                                               

1825 in literature

First publication of Samuel Pepyss Diary 1660-1669 appears, edited by Lord Braybrooke from the transcription of Reverend John Smith. April – Charles lamb leave his clerical post with the East India company in London on superannuation. 6 June 15 m ...

                                               

1826 in literature

January 15 – the French newspaper "Le Figaro" begins publication in Paris. In this first edition, its a satirical weekly that reflects the concerns of two of its founders, Maurice Alhoy and Etienne Arago. January 17 – Ballantyne printing business ...

                                               

1827 in literature

The Director of the theatre of Sweden, Johan Peter Stromberg opens what will become the theatre of Christiania in Norway. October 14 – Ludwig Tiecks Potsdam production of Midsummer nights dream with random notes composed by Felix Mendelssohn. 16 ...

                                               

1828 in literature

February 21 – Cherokee Phoenix, the first newspaper of native Americans in the United States and one of the indigenous languages, Cherokee, first published in the new hiccup. John Payne Collier creates a script of punch and Judy. Completed the Ra ...

                                               

1829 in literature

Sep – the novel is George Eliots Middlemarch opens 1871-1872. 26 January – first performance of Douglas Jerrolds comic nautical melodrama black-eyed Susan all in the downs held in the Surrey theatre in Lambeth, London. It will work on a new recor ...

                                               

1830 in literature

Elizabeth Vestris becomes the first woman actor-Manager in the history of London theatre for the lease of the Olympic Theatre in Drury lane, where she presents extravaganza and performances. July 1 – the Edgar Allan entrants as a cadet the United ...

                                               

1832 in literature

The first Baedeker travel guide, Voyage du Rin de Mayence à Cologne, by Karl Baedeker in Koblenz his adaptation of the Y. A. Klein Rheinreise von Mainz bis Coln 1828, published without a date. William Ticknor co-founded the publishing house, whic ...

                                               

1833 in literature

September 15 – the English poet Arthur Henry Hallam, a close friend of Tennyson and engaged to his sister Emily), dies suddenly from a brain haemorrhage in Vienna in 22 years. This year, Tennyson writes "Ulysses" in his memory completed on 20 Oct ...

                                               

1835 in literature

The annual Icelandic language number first published in Copenhagen by four Icelanders, Jonas Hallgrimsson, Konrad Gislason, Brynjolfur Petursson and Tomas Sæmundsson in Fjolnismenn, promoting romanticism in Icelandic literature and Icelandic libe ...

                                               

1836 in literature

April 19 – a satire of Nikolai Gogols Revizor "Auditor" premiere at the Alexandra theatre in St. Petersburg, to the Emperor Nicholas I and first published there. March 31 April – the first monthly part of the Pickwick papers by Charles Dickens av ...

                                               

1837 in literature

Jul English "peasant poet" John Clare first enters the asylum for the insane, at high beach in Essex. September Burtons Gentlemen magazine Philadelphia, William Evans Burton publishes an early example of the detective story, "secret cells" in the ...

                                               

1839 in literature

Mikhail Lermontov published the first two parts of a Hero of our time Hero of our time, hero of time vyrostayut the heroes of our story in "notes of the Fatherland". The novel should be seen as a leading classic of Russian psychological realism. ...

                                               

1840 in literature

August 10 – Fortsas hoax the: bibliophiles gather in Binche, Belgium at the auction of the 52 unique, carefully catalogued books from the collection of the late count de Fortsas. Count, books, and auction, all to prove fictitious. June – Amnesty ...

                                               

1841 in literature

March 4 – dione Boucicaults first London premiere, Comedy, London guarantees a native of the city, opens at the theatre Royal, Covent garden. He represented the company runs as a husband-and-wife partnership of Charles Matthews and Elizabeth Vest ...

                                               

1843 in literature

The serial publication begins a picaresque novel by Charles Dickens the Life and adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit Chapman and Hall in London. In July the head, he gets his hero in the United States. Jan. (Января) Edgar Allan PoEs Gothic short stor ...

                                               

1844 in literature

Autumn – Margaret fuller joins Horace Greeleys new York tribune as literary critic, becoming the first full-time female book reviewer in American journalism. August 28 – Alexandre Dumas, Peres near-recent historical adventure the Count of Monte C ...

                                               

1845 in literature

1 Oct Novella "Carmen" by prosper Merimees is published in its original form in Revue de Mondes. The first edition of the book listed in 1846. Benjamin Disraelis "young England," with these novel, Sybil, or two Nations, published in London, he ge ...

                                               

1846 in literature

January 3 – the American writer Edgar Allan PoE print the final edition of the Broadway journal, a journal he owned for a few months. He published "the philosophy of composition.". October 1 – serial edition of Charles Dickenss Dombey and son beg ...

                                               

1847 in literature

The January "vanity Fair": pen and pencil sketches of English society begins serial publication in the London magazine punch in yellow covers, with illustrations by the author, William Makepeace Thackeray, writing for the first time in its own na ...

                                               

1849 in literature

April 22 – F. M. Dostoevsky and literary members of the Petrashevsky circle in Russia were arrested for expression of their progressive views. Sentenced to death on November 16 and before the execution on December 23, he and some others pardoned ...

                                               

1850 in literature

Nov. (Ноября) January – the works of Edgar Allan PoE to begin a posthumous publication, co-authored by Rufus Wilmot Griswold, who contributes a memoir, damaging the reputation of ESO, based in part on fabricated evidence. Salford Museum and art g ...

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