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Carmel-by-the-Sea, California

of Bohemia" and, following the great San Francisco earthquake of 1906 many of his literary associates followed him in his move. He is often credited with making Carmel world-famous. His aunt Missus Havens purchased a home for him in Carmel Pines where he lived for six years. Sterling wrote to his long-time literary mentor, Ambrose Bierce; "Well, you can see why I must raise vegetables. Belgian hares, hens and the fruit

West Germany

, thus providing a century-old continuity despite political changes. On the other hand, the separate East German teams and organisations were founded in the 1950s; they were an episode lasting less than four decades, yet quite successful in that time. Literary scene Besides the interest in the older generation of writers, new authors emerged on the background of the experiences of war and after war period. Wolfgang Borchert, a former soldier who died young in 1947, is one of the best


, and in 1889 be became for a brief time literary secretary to Wilson Barrett. address Hope Street city Liverpool, Merseyside country England The '''Everyman Theatre''' stands at the north end of Hope Street (Hope Street, Liverpool), Liverpool, Merseyside, England. Established in 1964 in a former cinema, it encouraged local talent and played a part in the development of new artistes and writers. The theatre was rebuilt between 1975 and 1977, and was closed again for complete rebuilding in 2011. It is planned to re-open the new theatre in 2013. He was born at Sproston House, near Middlewich, Cheshire, which had been in the possession of his family for several generations. He was educated in Liverpool, and studied art under John Bishop in the school attached to the Liverpool Mechanics' Institution. His earliest works were fruit-pieces. These he exhibited in 1839 and the following years at the Liverpool Academy (Liverpool Academy of Arts), of which he became a member, and afterwards honorary secretary for several years. As of 1894, the South Kensington Museum had an oil painting by him entitled 'Disturbed,' an effect of early spring twilight. 'A North Devon Glen' was in the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, and 'Early Spring' in the Glasgow Corporation galleries (McLellan Galleries). Fulham Baird left Southampton on 12 July 2007 to move to Premier League club Fulham (Fulham F.C.) for £3.025m. Commons:category:Liverpool Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Merseyside Liverpool Wikipedia:Liverpool

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