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…Žarko Petan (27 March 1929 – 2 May 2014) was a Slovenian writer, essayist, screenwriter, and theatre and film director. He is best known as a writer of aphorisms.
… textbooks of the age and was used in Polish universities well into the 1930s. Śniadecki was also known as a writer of less serious works; a co-founder of Towarzystwo Szubrawców (the Wastrel Society), he contributed articles to its satirical…
Mijatović’s authority as a writer on Serbia is universally acknowledged, and he had contributed largely to the Encyclopædia Britannica, Ninth Edition (1875-1889) and Eleventh Edition (1911).
… his defense. He later worked variously as a writer, journalist, translator, librarian, and language teacher. In 1825, he worked as a sub-librarian at the Advocates Library in Edinburgh, Scotland. In 1837, he returned to Copenhagen, where in…
…Þorgrímur Þráinsson (born 8 January 1959 in Reykjavík), is a writer, motivational speaker and a former Icelandic footballer. For the past twenty years, Thorgrimur has been Iceland’s most popular author of books for teenagers. His writing…
…Þorgeir also directed radio broadcasts, wrote fiction, poetry and essays, and translated a range of works into Icelandic. He became known as a writer with his novel Yfirvaldið (The Authority, 1973), about a criminal case in 19th-century Iceland, which was nominated for the 1975 Nordic Council’s Literature Prize.
…Özgür Uyanık is a writer and film director.
…Özek retired from his university career in 2002, although he remained active as a writer. In addition to a dozen books he wrote on matters such as criminal law, freedom of the press and secularism, a festschrift to his honor was published by prominent jurists from Galatasaray University in 2004.
…Étienne Victor Tréfeu (de Tréval) (born Saint-Lô, Manche, September 25, 1821 – died Paris, June, 1903), was a French librettist, song writer and theatre manager. He is best known for his work with Jacques Offenbach. He originally came to prominence as a writer of popular songs. In 1873 he became the administrator of the Théâtre de la Gaîté in Paris.
…Émile de Najac was born in Lorient, France, the descendant of naval commander and bonapartist Benoît Georges de Najac. He died in Paris aged 60 years. His son Raoul Charles Eugène was also a writer for the stage.
…Émile Bougaud, born Edme Louis Victor Bougaud (b. at Dijon, 26 February 1823, d. at Laval, 7 November 1888) was a French Catholic priest, known as a writer and preacher. He became Bishop of Laval.
October 2009 she resigned her appointment at the GIS world to pursue her passion. In June 2011, Åkerström contested in a pre-selection program organised by Quark Expeditions to pick a writer that will be traveling to the North Pole for the…
…Ángela Hernández Núñez (born May 6, 1954) is a writer, educator and feminist in the Dominican Republic.
… translated into several languages, English and French among them; his fame as a writer has therefore been significantly curtailed in the greater international readership, as the breadth of his literary and journalistic output has reached few audiences beyond those of Latin America and Latin American literary scholars.
…Álvaro Bulhão Pato (1840 – 14 February 1936) was a Portuguese politician and a writer, during the First Portuguese Republic, he was mayor of Angra do Heroísmo in the Azores, he was senator in two legislatures in the Portuguese Ministry of…
…Álvarez was also an active participant in Nicaraguan politics, and a writer of international repute. In 1954-55, he was incarcerated for one year during the dictatorship of Anastasio Somoza García. In 1996, at age 77, he was appointed Foreign Minister of Nicaragua.
…Àlex Susanna i Nadal (born Barcelona, 12 September 1957) is a writer, critic and cultural administrator. He currently holds the director of the Institut Ramon Llull, a public body whose mission is to raise the profile of the Catalan language and culture on the international scene.
… the working class Montreal district of Saint-Henri. As Aquin was primarily a writer, he worked with a variety of cameramen. The NFB credits 11 on the film—, Michel Brault, Georges Dufaux, Claude Fournier, Bernard Gosselin, Jean Roy, Claude…
Zvi Kolitz (צבי קוליץ; December 14, 1912 – September 29, 2002) was a Lithuanian-born Jewish film and theatrical producer and a writer whose short story Yosl Rakover Talks to God became a classic of Holocaust literature.
… concentration camp during World War II. She went to New York state for college and graduate school, and settled in New York City afterward. After working as a writer and translator, in the late 1980s, she started filmmaking. She has filmed most of…
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