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North German Confederation

Confederation Germany in 1868. He spent time in Paris, where he was among the writers and artists who attended the Tuesday soireés held by the poet Stéphane Mallarmé. He began to publish poetry in the 1890s, while in his twenties. George founded and edited an important literary magazine called ''Blätter für die Kunst''. He was also at the center of an influential literary and academic circle known as the ''George-Kreis'', which included many of the leading young writers of the day


Carmel-by-the-Sea, California

date December 2014 In 1920, the poet-builder began his work on Hawk Tower. Meant as a retreat for his wife and sons, it was completed in less than four years. Jeffers built the tower entirely by himself. He used wooden planks and a block and tackle system to move the stones and to set them in place. Many influential literary and cultural celebrities were guests of the Jeffers family. Among them were Sinclair Lewis, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Langston Hughes, Charles Lindbergh


Managua

Aguerri, educator, filantropist, writer, social activist, and one of the first feminists in the Americas. Also, the tomb of Comandante Carlos Fonseca, founder of the FSLN, which is guarded by an eternal flame. Across from the Central Park, on the north side, it is Rubén Darío park and monument, dedicated to Nicaragua's greatest poet and one of the most influential literary figures in the Spanish speaking world. The neo-classical monument, consists of a round pedestal, topped by a balustrade surrounding a fountain which contains a gondola filled with singing cherubs and at the center a pillar topped with a statue of Dario dressed in a Roman tunic protected by an angel. Built in Carrara marble, Dario's monument is one of the greatest in the country. There is also a park dedicated to the Guatemalan writer Miguel Ángel Asturias. Monuments include the monument of El Guerrillero sin Nombre (The Nameless Guerrilla Soldier) and Monumento à la Paz (Monument for Peace). WikiPedia:Managua Dmoz:Regional Central America Nicaragua Localities Managua Commons:Category:Managua


Hesse

Katz ; Hesse Attorney General Fritz Bauer; former Hesse Minister of Economics Heinz-Herbert Karry; West Berlin politician Jeanette Wolff; television personalities Hugo Egon Balder, Hans Rosenthal, Ilja Richter, Inge Meysel, and Michel Friedman; Jewish communal leaders Heinz Galinski, Ignatz Bubis, Paul Spiegel, and Charlotte Knobloch (see: Zentralrat der Juden in Deutschland); and Germany’s most influential literary critic, Marcel Reich-Ranicki


Hamburg

Juden in Deutschland ); and Germany’s most influential literary critic, Marcel Reich-Ranicki. next_year 2008 seats_for_election All 121 seats of the Hamburg Parliament (Hamburg Parliament). election_date February 29, 2004 * The Caldecott Tunnel between Oakland, California and Contra Costa County, California has three separate bores, with the middle bore switching direction twice daily for rush hour traffic. * The Elbe_Tunnel_(1975) Elbe Tunnel


West Germany

Attorney General Fritz Bauer; former Hesse Minister of Economics Heinz-Herbert Karry; West Berlin politician Jeanette Wolff; television personalities Hugo Egon Balder, Hans Rosenthal, Ilja Richter, Inge Meysel, and Michel Friedman; Jewish communal leaders Heinz Galinski, Ignatz Bubis, Paul Spiegel, and Charlotte Knobloch (see: Zentralrat der Juden in Deutschland); and Germany’s most influential literary critic, Marcel Reich-Ranicki. '''Federal


Tokyo

a poetry journal, ''Hakuchigun'' (Idiots). He was befriended by the influential literary critic Kobayashi Hideo, who introduced him to the French symbolist (Symbolism (arts)) poets Arthur Rimbaud and Paul Verlaine, whose poems he translated into Japanese (Japanese language). The influence of Rimbaud went beyond just his poetry, and Nakahara came to be known for his "bohemian (Bohemianism)" lifestyle. birth_date birth_place


Romania

humor , and a main representative of ''Junimea'', an influential literary society with which he parted during the second half of his life. '''Mihail Sadoveanu''' (


Boston

, and Jordan Hall * George Lyman Kittredge (1875) – influential literary scholar and professor at Harvard University - 16. 12 September 2007 Boston, United States commons:Boston


Egypt

impressed by the Old Believers. Settling down in St. Petersburg, he became close to the circle around ''Mir iskusstva'' (World of Art). His first published writings appeared in 1905 and attracted the attention of Valery Bryusov, who invited him to contribute to Bryusov's influential literary magazine ''Vesy'' (The Balance), the center of the Symbolist (Russian Symbolism) movement, where in 1906 he published his verse cycle "Alexandrian Songs" (modeled on Songs of Bilitis


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