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BnF Français 794

BnF Français 794 and is a mid-13th century French manuscript, and one of only two manuscripts to contain the five romances of Chretien de Troyes, the other being BnF Français 1450. The manuscript was transcribed by Guiot de Provins, who identifie ...

The Little Players

The Little Players were a repertory puppet troupe that performed in New York City between 1952 and 1982, producing ballets, operas, and plays for a sophisticated adult audience. The company consisted of five puppet characters; a single puppeteer, ...

Gabarghichor

Gabarghichor is a play by Bhojpuri playwright Bhikhari Thakur. The play is about a woman, whose husband was a migrants and she had an illegal relationship with a man of her village and a child named Gabarghichor from that man. It is sometimes com ...

Al-Kamal ibn al-Humam

Al-Kamal ibn al-Humam was a prominent Egyptian Hanafi-Maturidi legal theorist and jurist. He was a mujtahid and highly regarded in many sciences of knowledge and was also a Sufi. Highly regarded in all fields of knowledge, including fiqh, usul al ...

Blind Owl

The Blind Owl, famous Persian novel by Sadegh Hedayat The Blind Owl film French: La chouette aveugle, 1987 film of the novel by Sadegh Hedayat, directed by Raul Ruiz.

A Man Before His Time

A Man Before His Time is a 1971 Soviet drama film directed by Abram Room. It is based on Yakov Bogomolov, an unfinished play by Maxim Gorky.

Tymoteusz Karpowicz

In 1971, Karpowicz received the prestigious fellowship of the "Foundation pour une Entraide Intellectuelle Europeenne" in Paris. Two years later in 1973 he was invited to join the University of Iowa "International Working Program". In 1974, he wa ...

Djordje Natosevic

Djordje Natosevic was one of the first Serbian pedagogues and pedagogical writers, an educational worker, the superintendent of Serbian schools in Austro-Hungary, the first textbook written according to Vuk Karadzics spelling reform, the founder ...

Elsie Spicer Eells

Elsie Eusebia Spicer Eells was a researcher of folklore with Iberian roots and a writer who traveled in the early years of the twentieth century across the Atlantic basin and was noted for the publication of several collections of short stories a ...

Olga Savary

Savarys mother, Celia Nobre de Almeida, was born in Para, and her father, Bruno, was a Russian engineer. She spent her childhood in Belem, Monte Alegre, Fortaleza, and Rio de Janeiro. Her parents separated in 1942 and Savary went to Rio de Janeir ...

The Call of the Blood (novel)

In 1920 it was turned into a French silent film The Call of the Blood directed by Louis Mercanton and starring Ivor Novello. A second adaptation Call of the Blood was released in 1948 and starred Kay Hammond and John Justin.

James Becket

James Becket James Becket is a writer and filmmaker who currently uses documentary film to address issues of social justice and the environment. Previously he wrote, directed, and produced independent feature films and, as a journalist and human- ...

Peter Gaszner

Peter Gaszner was a Hungarian psychiatrist, hungarys chief physician, the Semmelweis University is a university teacher

Maria Veleda

Maria Veleda, the pseudonym widely used by Maria Carolina Frederico Crispin, was a Portuguese educator, journalist and activist. One of the most effective early feminists in Portugal, she fought for the rights of women factory workers and encoura ...

Platonia (disambiguation)

Platonia may refer to: a synonym for Neurolepis, a bamboo genus in the family Poaceae Platonia place, a place under the St. Sebastian basilica on the Via Appia in Rome a 1998 novel by Romanian writer Mirela Roznoveanu Platonia dilemma, a game the ...

Helen Taylor (disambiguation)

Lady Helen Taylor is a member of the British Royal family, daughter of Katharine, Duchess of Kent and Prince Edward, Duke of Kent. Helen Taylor may also refer to: Helen Taylor composer died 1950, wife of American concert pianist Grant Johannesen ...

Nabanoor

Nabanoor was a monthly Bengali literary magazine published from Kolkata. It was a progressive magazine that encouraged contribution by both male and female authors.

Mary Baker McQuesten

Mary Baker McQuesten was a Victorian era Canadian letter writer and activist. She was the mother of politician Thomas McQuesten.

Random Thoughts

"Random Thoughts", a song by Steve Kuhn from Non-Fiction Random Thoughts Faye Wong album, 1994 Random Thoughts, a 2006 album by Shulman Random Thoughts Don Pullen album, 1990 Random Thoughts Koolism album, 2004

Jacob Larwood

The Book of Clerical Anecdotes: A gathering from many sources of the antiquities, humours, and eccentricities of "the cloth". J. C. Hotten, London, 1871. The Story of the London Parks. J. C. Hotten, London, 1872. Theatrical Anecdotes, or Fun and ...

Christian Leitz

Christian Leitz is a German Egyptologist. Leitz was born in Borghorst, Westphalia / Germany. He studied Egyptology, Assyriology and Coptology at the universities in Marburg and Gottingen and received his PhD in Gottingen in 1989. In 1993, he was ...

Paul Schneider

Paul Schneider may refer to: Paul A. Schneider born 1944, Deputy Secretary of the US Department of Homeland Security 2008–2009 Paul Schneider writer 1923–2008, American television writer Paul Schneider director, American film and television direc ...

Notes from an Apocalypse

Notes from an Apocalypse is an investigative book about the anxietes of a potential ecological and social collapse and the movements of survivalism that have followed. Mark OConnell describes his experiences at the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, survi ...

Amrut

Amrut may refer to: Places Amrut Nagar, a neighbourhood in the Ghatkopar suburb of Mumbai, India Amrut, Afghanistan, a village in Kunduz Province, Afghanistan Other Amrut or Amrita, a Sanskrit word that literally means "immortality", and is often ...

Gilan (disambiguation)

Janda, a town in Afghanistan Gilan, Lorestan, a village in Lorestan Province, Iran Gilan, Semnan, a village in Semnan Province, Iran Gilan Dededo, Guam, proposed for listing on the National Register of Historic Places in Guam Gilan Province of Ir ...

Ben Phillips

Ben Phillips may refer to: Ben Phillips, Australian writer of Diary of an Uber Driver blog and e-book Ben Phillips cricketer born 1974, English cricketer Benny Phillips born 1960, English former professional association footballer and manager Ben ...

Caicedo (surname)

Caicedo is a surname shared by the following notable people: Patricia Caicedo b. 1969 Colombia, a professional singer and musicologist Jessica Caicedo b. 1994, an international boxing competitor Paulo Caicedo b. 1969, an international cycling com ...

Te Mata

Te Mata is the name of several places in New Zealand: Te Mata, a hill overlooking the Whakapara River, Northland Te Mata Hapuku, the original name of Birdlings Flat, Canterbury New Zealand Poet Laureate, originally known for sponsorship purposes ...

Neringa

Neringa may refer to: Neringa Klaipeda, a city district of Klaipeda, Lithuania Neringa giant, a character in Baltic mythology Neringa Municipality, a municipality in Lithuania.

Samuel Hunt

Samuel or Sam Hunt may refer to: Sam Hunt Washington politician born 1942, member of the Washington House of Representatives Samuel Hunt New Hampshire 1765–1807, American congressman Samuel Furman Hunt 1844–1907, American judge and legislator fro ...

Harris Lake

Harris Lake or Harris Lake may refer to: Harris Lake Highlands, North Carolina Harris Lake New Hill, North Carolina Harris Lake Berrien County, Michigan Harris Lake New York, a lake in the Adirondacks that empties into the Hudson River Lake Harri ...

Rebecca Smith

Kate Harrington poet Rebecca Harrington Smith, 1831–1917, American teacher and poet Carlene Carter Rebecca Carlene Smith, born 1955, American country singer and songwriter

Pampa (disambiguation)

Pampa Sarovar, a lake near Hampi, India Pampa, Texas, U.S. Pamba River, also Pampa River, in Kerala, India Bena, California, formerly Pampa, U.S.

Abdulla Al-Salem (journalist)

Abdullah Al-Salem Arabic: عبدالله السالم ‎, romanized: eabdallah alssalim. born 1 January 1980 is a poet and journalist with an interest in bloggers. He is a poet, critic, blogger, journalist from Qatar, has many texts published in the Qatari pub ...

Steve Rogers

Steve, Steven, or Stephen Rogers may refer to: Steve Rogers Marvel Cinematic Universe Steve Rogers comics or Captain America, a Marvel comic book character Steve Rogers, a character from Trailer Park Boys Steve Rogers basketball born 1968, Americ ...

Lee Reynolds

Lee Reynolds may refer to: Lee Reynolds, screenwriter for such films as Delta Force 2 Lee Reynolds, midfielder for Rhydymwyn F.C. Lee Reynolds, a member of American thrash metal band Morbid Saint Lee Reynolds, a member of American doo-wop group T ...

Toni Dathe-Fabri

Erste Liebe: wahre Liebe 1918 Die Elenden der StraSe 1926 Freiheit in Fesseln 1930 Rinaldo Rinaldini 1927 Bigamie 1922 Der kleine Herzog 1924 Der SchloSschrecken 1916 Das Grauen 1920 Christa Hartungen 1917 Mary Wood, die Tochter des Straflings 19 ...

Bob Nelson

Bob Nelson may refer to: Bob Nelson defensive tackle born 1959, American football nose tackle; played for Tampa Bay Buccaneers & Green Bay Packers Bob Nelson center 1920–1986, American football center Bob Nelson screenwriter born 1956, American s ...

Chris Turner

Chris Turner footballer, born 1987, Northern Irish football player Chris Turner soccer born 1960, retired Canadian soccer goalkeeper Chris Turner footballer, born 1958, English football player and manager of Sheffield Wednesday Chris Turner baseb ...

Alexander Banaishchik

Alexander Banaishchik was born in Velikiye Luki, Russia. In 2016, he entered the Khrulyov Military Academy for Logistics, Institute of Engineering and Technology in St. Petersburg. Alexander studied until the second year. Alexander Banaishchik ga ...

The Golden Key

The Golden Key may refer to: The Golden Key Grimms Fairy Tales, a fairy tale in Grimms Fairy Tales The Golden Key Book, a 1982 abandoned Armchair treasure hunt by Don Shaw screenwriter The Golden Key novel, a 1996 fantasy novel co-written by Jenn ...

Brian Price

Brian Price may refer to: Brian Price American football, born 1994, American football defensive tackle Brian David Price, American screenwriter and screenwriting teacher Brian Price rugby union born 1937, Welsh rugby union international Brian Pri ...

Deborah Davis

Deborah Davis, writer of Katharine the Great: Katharine Graham and her Washington Post Empire Deborah Dean Davis, writer of It Takes Two Deborah Davis, writer for The Incredible Hulk Deborah Davis, screenwriter of The Favourite

Ao Vivo

These mostly refer to Brazilian or Portuguese live albums, given that "ao vivo" translates to "live", in Portuguese: Ao Vivo, a 1983 album by Brazilian singer-songwriter Milton Nascimento Ao Vivo, a 1990 album by Brazilian Christian metal band Of ...

Hungria Hip Hop

Gustavo Hungria Neves, better known by the stage name Hungria Hip Hop, is a Brazilian rapper, singer, songwriter and music produce. He was born in Brasilia and started composing at the age of 8. He grew up in Cidade Ocidental and now lives in Lag ...

Saudade (disambiguation)

Saudade traditionally is a Portuguese word, describing an emotion Sudade may also refer to: "Saudade", a 1994 song by Chris Rea from The Very Best of Chris Rea Saudade film, a 2011 Japanese film Saudade Thievery Corporation album, 2014 Saudade Mo ...

Brian Henderson

Brian Henderson may refer to: Brian Henderson television presenter born 1931, New Zealand-born Australian television personality Brian Henderson academic 1936-2017, English solid-state spectroscopic physicist Brian Henderson ice hockey born 1986, ...

Ian Sinclair (disambiguation)

Ian Sinclair is an Australian politician. Ian Sinclair may also refer to: Ian Sinclair Canadian football born 1960, Canadian football player Ian Sinclair cricketer born 1933, New Zealand cricketer Ian Sinclair lawyer, British international lawyer ...

3 Music Awards

The 3 Music Award is Ghanaian music awards ceremony held annually since 2018 to celebrate Ghanaian music. It was established by the 3music Network with Media General TV3 as broadcasters. The Multimedia group became the media right holder in the s ...

River Kings

Cornwall River Kings, a former professional ice hockey team based in Cornwall, Ontario, Canada Mississippi RiverKings, a former professional minor league ice hockey team in Southaven, Mississippi, United States, formerly known as Memphis Riverkin ...