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Magazine''. Retrieved 26 October 2007. Upon the enthusiastic response of Bryony Evens, a reader who had been asked to review the book's first three chapters, the Fulham-based Christopher Little Literary Agents agreed to represent Rowling in her quest for a publisher. The book was submitted to twelve publishing houses, all of which rejected the manuscript. McGinty, Stephen.

a grant of £4,000 from the Scottish Arts Council, which enabled her to finish the book and plan the sequels. She sent the book to an agent (Literary agent) and a publisher, and then the second agent she approached spent a year trying to sell the book to publishers, most of whom thought it was too long at about 90,000 words. Barry Cunningham, who was building a portfolio of distinctive fantasies by new authors

, was longlisted for the Orange Prize and shortlisted for Christina Stead Prize for fiction in the New South Wales Premier's Literary Awards.

Râmnicu Vâlcea

; ; b. November 27, 1939, Râmnicu Vâlcea) is a Romanian literary critic (Literary criticism).

uIsDAAAAIBAJ&pg 5044,1092131&dq nicolae+manolescu&hl en title Romania Alliance Chooses Leader date July 8, 1991 work The Free Lance-Star page 4 accessdate 25 April 2011 As an editor of ''România Literară'' literary magazine, he has

; According to some sources, he also took a trip to Buda. The literary critic Tudor Vianu attributes to Barac and Vasile Aaron, whose work constituted an adaption of various ''chanson de geste'' themes, the merit of having inspired Pann to pursue a literary career. Image:Anton Pann - Bazul teoretic, title page.png thumb right 200px Title page of "The Theoretical and Practical Basis of Church music


near Drohobych) * David Horowitz (economist), Israeli economist and the first Governor of the Bank of Israel. The Arts * Ivan Franko, Ukrainian poet and writer, born in Nahuievychi, near Drohobych * Leopold Gottlieb, Jewish-Polish painter * Maurycy Gottlieb, Jewish-Polish painter * Ephraim Moses Lilien, Jewish-Zionist painter * Alfred Schreyer, Jewish-Polish vocalist and violinist * Bruno Schulz, Polish-Jewish writer, graphic artist and literary critic

of the Moldova-Ukraine border, then flows through Ukraine to the Black Sea, where its estuary forms the Dniester Liman. '''Bruno Schulz''' (July 12, 1892 – November 19, 1942) was a Polish (Poland) writer, fine artist, literary critic (Literary criticism) and art teacher (Art education) born to Jewish parents,

that Franko began his literary career, with various works of poetry and his novel ''Petriï i Dovbushchuky'' published by the students' magazine ''Druh'' (''Friend''), whose editorial board he would later join. Cities thumb 275px Drohobych (File:Drohobycz ulica stryjska 08 2008.jpg), is a city of oblast subordinance, subordinate to the Lviv Oblast authorities rather than to the local Drohobych Raion administration. * Kings City * A number


is situated beside the church in Buttevant Main Street and is near the Awbeg river (River Awbeg). Cahirmee horse fair Literary history Buttevant also has many literary associations: Edmund Spencer, from his manor at Kilcolman, Black's Guide to Ireland, 1906, "Buttevant" referred to it and the gentle Mullagh (the Awbeg River

Mary Graves, otherwise Clotilde Graves (1863–1932), the daughter of Major W.H. Graves and Antoinette Dean of Harwich, was born at Buttevant castle on 3 June 1863. She was cousin of Alfred Perceval Graves, the father of the poet Robert Graves. Convent educated in Lourdes, she converted to Catholicism and embarked on a literary career. She

was a successful London and New York playwright who enjoyed considerable literary acclaim in the first decades of the 20th century. In 1911, under the pseudonym of Richard Dehan, she published ''The Dop Doctor'', which was made into a film in 1915 by Fred Paul. The film gave considerable offence in South Africa because if its harsh portrayal of English and Dutch characters. It was eventually banned under the Defence of the Realm Act. The story hinges around


; Razgrad, Bulgaria (since 1968) Notable people *Leonid Andreyev, playwright *Mikhail Bakhtin, literary critic David Lodge (David Lodge (author)), ''After Bakhtin: Essays

9 year 1915 pages 353–380 language Russian accessdate 2012-01-02 Literary career In May 1887 Bunin published his first poem ''Village Paupers'' (Деревенские нищие) in the Saint Petersburg literary magazine ''Rodina'' (Motherland). In 1891 his first short story ''Country Sketch'' (Деревенский эскиз) appeared in N. Mikhaylovsky (Nikolay Mikhaylovsky)'s journal ''Russkoye Bogatstvo''.

, poems and reviews in the paper's literary section. There he met Varvara Paschenko and fell passionately in love with her. In August 1892 the couple moved to Poltava and settled in the home of Yuly Bunin. The latter helped his younger brother to find a job in the local ''zemstvo'' administration. thumb left Portrait of Ivan Bunin by Leonard Turzhansky (Image:Buninturzhansky.jpg). 1905. In December 1910 Bunin


and literary figure in Aramaic during the eighteenth century. * Qasha Israel, son of Reverend Shemaa’on son of Reverend Israel, known as the Israel junior, writer and poet, lived in the eighteenth century. A number of Alqushean men have their names planted in the conscious of the people of Alqush among them are: * Yosip Rayes (Kozlah) * Toma Tomas, a freedom fighter After World War I and after establishing the kingdom rule in Iraq, the first elementary school was founded. The school taught

of Western Asia and Egypt. Richard, 2003, p. 69. From the late 7th century CE onwards, Aramaic was gradually replaced as the lingua franca of the Middle East by Arabic (Arabic language). However, Aramaic remains a spoken, literary and liturgical language among indigenous Assyrian (Assyrian people) Christians, Jews, Mandaeans (Mandaeism) and some Syriac Aramean Christians, and is still spoken by small isolated communities throughout its

original area of influence, predominantly in northwest Iraq, northeast Syria, southeast Turkey and northern Iran, with diaspora communities in Armenia, Georgia (Georgia (country)), Azerbaijan and southern Russia. The turbulence of the last two centuries (particularly the Assyrian Genocide) has seen speakers of first-language and literary Aramaic dispersed throughout the world. However, there are a number of sizeable Assyrian towns in northern Iraq such as Alqosh, Bakhdida

Southern Tang

. The capital was located in Jinling (also known as Xidu), located in present-day Nanjing in Jiangsu Province. The territory comprised parts of modern Fujian, Jiangsu and Anhui provinces and the whole of Jiangxi Province. Southern Tang was conquered in 976 by the Northern Song Dynasty. History thumb left 220px ''A Literary Garden'', by Zhou Wenju, Southern Tang era. (Image:Zhou Wenju's A Literary Garden.jpg) Li Bian was an orphan who was adopted by the Wu prince Yang

by the Later Tang Dynasty in 927. The Southern Tang absorbed the state in 951 and moved the royal family to its capital in Nanjing, although Southern Tang rule of the region was temporary, as the next year former Chu military officers under the leadership of Liu Yan (Liu Yan (Ten Kingdoms)) seized the territory. In the waning years of the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms period, the region was ruled by Zhou Xingfeng. Image:Zhou Wenju's A Literary Garden.jpg thumb right 220px

''A Literary Garden'', by Zhou Wenju, Southern Tang. The Southern Tang (937–975) was the successor state of Wu (Wu (Ten Kingdoms)) as Li Bian (Emperor Liezu of Southern Tang) (Emperor Liezu) took the state over from within in 937. Expanding from the original domains of Wu (Wu (Ten Kingdoms)), it eventually took over Yin, Min, and Chu, holding present-day southern Anhui, southern Jiangsu, much of Jiangxi, Hunan, and eastern Hubei at its height. The kingdom became nominally


the first battle of Dimdim as a result of Kurdish mutiny or treason, in Kurdish oral traditions (Beytî dimdim), literary works (Dzhalilov, pp. 67–72), and histories, it was treated as a struggle of the Kurdish people against foreign domination. In fact, Beytî dimdim is considered a national epic second only to Mem û Zîn by Ahmad Khani. The first literary account of this battle is written by Faqi Tayran. DIMDIM

1836, when that dialect was chosen by Justin Perkins, an American Presbyterian missionary, for the creation of a standard literary dialect of Assyrian. * Urmian group: ** Urmia (west of Lake Urmia) ** Sopurghan (north of Urmia) '''Eugene Hoffman Dooman''' (1890 – 1969) served as counselor at the United States Embassy in Tokyo during the critical negotiations between the two countries during World War II. Born in Osaka

, in northern Iraq. This literature led to the establishment of Chaldean Neo-Aramaic as a written literary language. In the nineteenth century, printing presses were established in Urmia, in northern Iran. This led to the establishment of the 'General Urmian' dialect of Assyrian Neo-Aramaic as the standard in much Neo-Syriac literature. The comparative ease of modern publishing methods has encouraged other colloquial Neo-Aramaic languages, like Turoyo language Turoyo


pages 31–58 editor L. C. Moll chapter Vygotsky: The man and his cause (p. 35) and publish "copies of great literary works". (p. 7) According to its entry in the Great Soviet Encyclopedia, Great

''The Wild Hunt of King Stakh'' (''Дзікае паляванне караля Стаха'', 1964). His novels deal predominantly with Belarus's historical (history) past, including the January Uprising 1863 - 1865. Karatkievič also wrote a number of plays (Play (theatre)), essays, articles, screenplays for short and feature films, and some very interesting detective and adventure stories. Karatkievich's literary works are marked by romanticism, rich imagery, and emotionalism. A recipient

of several national literary awards, he has strongly affected the further development of historical theme (Theme (literature))s in Belarusian literature. The division's first combat action was in Army Group Center where it participated in the opening stages of Operation Barbarossa and remained in the front echelon of attack during the series of advances on Minsk, Smolensk and took part in Operation Typhoon, (the failed attack on Moscow). From there, it remained

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