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Oryol

: www.kirjasto.sci.fi ibunin.htm title Ivan Bunin's biography publisher www.kirjasto.sci.fi accessdate 2011-01-01 In Spring 1889, Bunin followed his brother to Kharkov, where he became a government clerk, then an assistant editor of a local paper, librarian, and court statistician. In January 1889 he moved to Oryol to work on the local ''Orlovsky Vestnik'' newspaper, first as an editorial assistant and later as de facto editor; this enabled him to publish his short stories

, 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


The Bronx

in The Bronx, New York City Russ and Salmonson 1989, pg. 236 to Evarett I. and Bertha (née Zinner) Russ, both teachers. She began creating works of fiction at a very early age. Over the following years she filled countless notebooks with stories, poems, comics and illustrations, often hand-binding the material with thread. United States law enforcement officials announced the arrest Thursday of four men in connection with a plot to blow up two synagogues in The Bronx (w:The Bronx), a borough of New York City (New York, New York), and shoot down military airplanes flying out of the Stewart Air National Guard Base (w:Stewart Air National Guard Base). thumb left Satellite photo of Stewart Air National Guard Base (File:Stewartafb-ny-20apr1994.jpg)


Nottingham

the stewardship of both Sam Ellis and Steve Wicks before being sold in 1995. He finished his spell with Lincoln having scored 5 goals in 28 league appearances. Life and work Trease was born in Nottingham in 1909. His family were wine merchants but from an early age he decided that he would not follow in his father’s footsteps but instead would be a writer. During his school days at Nottingham High School he wrote stories, poems and a three-act play which the school performed. He won a Classics scholarship to Oxford University and, although he loved university life, he found the tuition dull. After a year he resigned his scholarship and left Oxford for London, intent on becoming a writer. He started to fulfil this ambition with the publication of the children’s book, ''Bows Against the Barons'', in 1934. '''Tollerton''' is a village situated in Rushcliffe just to the south of Nottingham, United Kingdom. Transport Metheringham has good transport links to the surrounding villages, towns and the city of Lincoln. It boasts regular bus and rail services which go to many destinations. Metheringham is served by a host of bus companies such Brylaine, RoadCar, and Dunnline. The village also has rail services to Lincoln (Lincoln, Lincolnshire), Doncaster, Sleaford, Spalding (Spalding, Lincolnshire), Peterborough, Newark (Newark-on-Trent), Nottingham and Leicester. The RCN also has offices throughout the UK. In England regional offices are located in; Birmingham, Bolton, Bury St Edmunds, Croydon, Exeter, Newbury (Newbury, Berkshire), Nottingham, Leeds (City of Leeds), and Sunderland (City of Sunderland). The Northern Ireland office is in Belfast. The Scottish (Scotland) offices are located in Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow; and the Welsh (Wales) offices are located in Cardiff and Conwy. Members * 'The Head' - born '''Nick Hallam''', 11 June 1960, Nottingham, England. * 'Rob B' - born '''Robert Charles Birch''', 11 June 1961, Ruddington, Nottinghamshire, England. death_date Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Nottinghamshire Nottingham Commons:Category:Nottingham


Hamilton, Ontario

, Canada which now exists as ruins and is part of The '''Hermitage and Gatehouse Museum''' maintained by the Hamilton Conservation Authority. The location is a popular destination for hikers and people interested in the paranormal. '''Mabel Grace Burkholder''' (1881–1973) was a Canadian (Canada) writer and historian. She published poetry, short stories, poems and books about the history of Hamilton, Ontario from 1911 to 1968, ref>


Saint Petersburg

accessdate 2011-01-01 In Spring 1889, Bunin followed his brother to Kharkov, where he became a government clerk, then an assistant editor of a local paper, librarian, and court statistician. In January 1889 he moved to Oryol to work on the local ''Orlovsky Vestnik'' newspaper, first as an editorial assistant and later as de facto editor; this enabled him to publish his short stories, poems and reviews in the paper's literary section. ref name "heywood" >


Buenos Aires

hombre '' (1960; ''Son of Man'') and ''El fiscal'' (1993; ''The Prosecutor''), as well as numerous other novels, short stories, poems, and screenplays. Exile in Argentina (1947–1976) During the 1947 Paraguayan Civil War, Roa Bastos was forced to flee to Buenos Aires, Argentina, because he had spoken out against President Higinio Moríñigo. About 500,000 of his fellow Paraguayans left for Argentina at the same time. Roa Bastos remained


Philadelphia

, Pennsylvania . She rejoined her husband two years later on his farm, which she called Swissvale, east of Pittsburgh. (Today the area is Edgewood, Pennsylvania). During this time, she began writing articles against capital punishment and stories, poems, and articles for an anti-slavery newspaper, the ''Spirit of Liberty'', and others in Pittsburgh. When the ''Spirit of Liberty'' went out of business, Swisshelm founded her own called ''Saturday


Canada

www.collectionscanada.com '''Mabel Grace Burkholder''' (1881–1973) was a Canadian (Canada) writer and historian. She published poetry, short stories, poems and books about the history of Hamilton, Ontario from 1911 to 1968,


United States

, New Jersey. In addition to the publication of short stories, poems, and essays, ''The Literary Review'' prides itself on publishing English (English_language) translations (translation) of contemporary fiction from various countries around the world, often dedicating an entire issue to a single language (e.g. Japanese (Japanese language) translations).


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