Asteroid in the main belt - http://todopaulauster.com.es
During the next ten years, the work will be hard (see to mouth). Write articles for magazines, begins early versions of The Country of Last Things and Moon Palace, semibiográfica, working on an oil tanker, returned to France where he lived for about three years (1971-1974) through his translations of Mallarmé , Sartre or Simenon. He made an important interview with Edmond Jabès (Runway). She also writes poetry and plays an act.
Oscar Fingal O'Flahertie Wills Wilde - http://todooscarwilde.com.es
Trinity gave us rooms in north of one of the oldest places in Dublin, known as Botany Bay. These rooms were dingy and poorly maintained too. [...] His life was essentially Trinity study, in addition to preparing for exams humanities, greedily devouring the best of English literature. He was enthusiastic admirer of Swinburne, whose poems read constantly. The works of the Greek authors of John Addington Symonds nor was he fell from his hands.
Turkish writer, Nobel Prize in Literature 2006 - http://todoorhanpamuk.com.es
Pamuk was put on trial in December 2004 for "insulting and weakening Turkish identity" in an interview with a Swiss newspaper in which he pronounced the following sentence: "In Turkey killed a million Armenians and 30,000 Kurds. Nobody talks about it and I hate to do it. "The first judgment imposed a suspended sentence of six months, during which it should refrain from committing crimes in order to maintain their freedom.
Octavio Paz Lozano - http://todooctaviopaz.com.es
Experimentation and nonconformity may be two of the words that best define his poetic. But Paz is a poet difficult to pigeonhole. None of the labels awarded by critics fits his poetry: neo-modernist poet in the beginning, later existential poet, and sometimes tinged with surrealism poet. No label will block and none to spare, but the same Paz acknowledged that its formation "fundamental were the Surrealists.
George Gordon Byron, sixth Baron Byron - http://todolordbyron.com.es
George was born with a small deformity in his right foot. Was patihendido, which means that her toes inward. Byron always bet that such deformation was due to the bigotry of his mother, who had refused medical assistance at delivery. For this problem, his father said he would never walk. But little Byron, who had to wear an orthopedic shoe throughout childhood, rebelled to the belief of the father and learned to run before they can walk.
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Nikolái Vasílievich Gógol - http://todonikolaigogol.com.es
He wrote several short stories which takes place in St. Petersburg, as the Nevsky, the Diary of a Madman, The Overcoat and The Nose. The latter would be adapted as an opera by Dmitri Shostakovich. However, would his comedy The inspector, published in 1836, which would make him a known writer. The satirical tone of the work, which it shares with other writings, generated some controversy, and emigrated to Rome Gogol.
All about Nadine - http://todonadinegordimer.com.es
He was born on November 20, 1923 in Springs, a mining town near Johannesburg. Her parents were middle-class Jewish immigrants. His father was a watchmaker from Lithuania, from a location near the Latvian border and his mother came from London. He began writing stories at the age of nine and fifteen years and the first one published in the journal "Forum". With twenty-five years he moved to Johannesburg, where he settled permanently.