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  • 81 Latin Literature in Christianity (Sixth To Twentieth Century) —     Latin Literature in Christianity (Sixth to Twentieth Century)     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Latin Literature in Christianity (Sixth to Twentieth Century)     During the Middle Ages the so called church Latin was to a great extent the language …

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  • 82 Pibroch — Pibroch, Piobaireachd or Ceòl Mór is an art music genre associated primarily with the Scottish Highlands that is characterised by extended compositions with a melodic theme and elaborate formal variations. It is currently performed principally on …

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  • 83 Characters of Shakespear's Plays —   …

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  • 84 Cultural depictions of the Salem witch trials — Fanciful representation of the Salem witch trials, lithograph from 1892. Cultural depictions of the Salem witch trials abound in art, literature and popular media in the United States, from the early 19th century to the present day. Contents …

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  • 85 Margaret Cavendish, Duchess of Newcastle-upon-Tyne — Margaret Cavendish Segment from Frontispiece for several of her books in the 1650s and 1660s …

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  • 86 The Wesley Family, Samuel, Samuel, John and Charles — (1662 1791)    • Samuel, 1662 1735    Born at Winterborn Whitchurch, Dorset, the son of the vicar, he was educated at Newington Green, a private school where he was a friend of Daniel Defoe. He graduated B.A. from Exeter College, Oxford, in 1688 …

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  • 87 HEBREW LITERATURE, MODERN — definition and scope beginnings periodization …

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  • 88 MUSIC — This article is arranged according to the following outline: introduction written sources of direct and circumstantial evidence the material relics and iconography notated sources oral tradition archives and important collections of jewish music… …

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  • 89 Poetic — Po*et ic, Poetical Po*et ic*al, a. [L. po[ e]ticus, Gr. ?: cf. F. po[ e]tiquee.] 1. Of or pertaining to poetry; suitable for poetry, or for writing poetry; as, poetic talent, theme, work, sentiments. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. Expressed in metrical… …

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  • 90 Poetic license — Poetic Po*et ic, Poetical Po*et ic*al, a. [L. po[ e]ticus, Gr. ?: cf. F. po[ e]tiquee.] 1. Of or pertaining to poetry; suitable for poetry, or for writing poetry; as, poetic talent, theme, work, sentiments. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. Expressed in… …

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  • 91 Aristotle — For other uses, see Aristotle (disambiguation). Ἀριστοτέλης, Aristotélēs Marble bust of Aristotle. Roman copy after a Gree …

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  • 92 Matthew Arnold — This article is about the poet. For other uses, see Matthew Arnold (disambiguation). Matthew Arnold Born December 24, 1822 (1822 12 24 …

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  • 93 Layamon — (latinx|Laȝamon, using the archaic letter yogh), or Lawman, [On the spellings of his name, cf. the [http://www.brown.edu/Departments/Medieval Studies/lawman conference/program.html program] of The Fifth International Conference on Lalatinx|ȝamon… …

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  • 94 Thomas Moore — For the English Roman Catholic martyr, see Thomas More. For other people named Thomas Moore, see Thomas Moore (disambiguation). Thomas Moore Born 28 May 1779(1779 05 28) Dublin …

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  • 95 1778 in literature — See also: 1777 in literature, other events of 1778, 1779 in literature, list of years in literature.Events*Novelist Sarah Scott gives up writing on receipt of her father s legacy.New books* Fanny Burney Evelina * Pierre Louis Ginguené Satire des… …

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  • 96 David Masson — For other people named David Masson, see David Masson (disambiguation). David Masson portrait by William Hole David Masson (2 December 1822 – 6 October 1907), was a Scottish writer. He was born in Aberdeen, and educated at Aberdeen Grammar School …

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  • 97 Ode to a Nightingale — W. J. Neatby s illustration for Ode to a Nightingale Ode to a Nightingale is a poem by John Keats written in May 1819 in either the garden of the Spaniards Inn, Hampstead, or, as according to Keats friend Charles Armitage Brown, under a plum tree …

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  • 98 Martin Opitz — von Boberfeld (December 23, 1597 – August 20, 1639) was a German poet, regarded as the greatest of that nation during his lifetime. Opitz was born in Bunzlau (Bolesławiec) in Lower Silesia, the son of a prosperous citizen. He received his early… …

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  • 99 The Man Who Was Thursday — Infobox Book name = The Man Who Was Thursday: a Nightmare title orig = translator = image caption = author = G. K. Chesterton illustrator = cover artist = country = United Kingdom language = English series = genre = Thriller novel publisher = J.W …

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  • 100 List of works by H. P. Lovecraft — This is a complete, exhaustive list of works by H. P. Lovecraft. Dates are the time of composition, not publication. Many of these works can be found on . Fiction* At the Mountains of Madness (February 22 March 1931) * Azathoth (June 1922) *… …

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