He wrote his first poem at the age of 15.Poe joined the U.S army shortly after he published his first book (Tamerlane and other poems) in 1827 Poe got himself kicked out of west point and he emerged as a writer in 1831.In December 1835, he joined a magazine and he published some of his books there. Poe’s first novel was published in 1837 it was called The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym. In 1845, he published his most successful book, The Raven. Poe Died in 1849 of a reason still unknown. Naguib Mahfouz, one of the greatest Arab writers who ever lived on this planet.
Edgar Allen Poe died on October 7, 1849 at a hospital located in Washington Hill, Baltimore. Prior to his death, he had been admitted into the hospital for four days. Edgar Allen Poe was not killed because he died in a hospital while showing symptoms of rabies, a brain tumor found on his dead body decades after his death, and overuse of alcohol that Edgar Allen Poe claimed made him ill. Although it was never truly
Throughout American history, the Civil War has been one of the most devastating and intriguing wars. May scholars and students of history have studied in depth this war, but it has been said that none have been able to portray it as accurately as Stephen Crane. Daniel Hoffman about Crane’s life wrote, “Crane 's life was brief; he was dead of tuberculosis before his thirtieth birthday. His career as an author lasted only from 1892 to 1900. Yet he wrote the greatest novel of the American Civil War, perhaps the best fictional study in English of fear The Red Badge of Courage” (Hoffman).
When Johnson was pushing the Civil Rights bill of 1964, which ended segregation and employment discrimination based of race, sex, and religion he had a lot of obstacles (United States Senate). The biggest obstacle he had was the sixty day filibuster. Up until then for the civil rights bill the Senate had never gotten enough votes to end a filibuster. Only five times in the history of the cloture had the Senate agreed to cloture for anything (United States
Thoreau was born in 1817 and lived till 1862; he didn’t live a very long life since he was diagnosed with tuberculosis, a widespread fatal disease that typically attacks the lungs (Olson 1). In his life he won many awards such as the Harvard student award and he even got one named after him, which is called the Thoreau Edition award that was established in 2003 (Peterson 1). Thoreau was a good man who believed in many causes, which led him to start a school in 1838 that unfortunately collapsed due to his illness. Other than a poet, Thoreau was involved in civil disobedience, which led him to spend a little time in jail. He was against slavery and spoke for himself about the most troubling social and economic issues such as the toll tax, which he refused to pay.
The recipient of the 1992 Nobel Prize in Literature, Derek Walcott was born in Castries, Saint Lucia, the West Indies, on January 23, 1930. His first published poem, “1944” appeared in The Voice of St. Lucia when he was fourteen years old, and consisted of 44 lines of blank verse. By the age of nineteen, Walcott had self published two volumes, 25 Poems (1948) and Epitaph for the Young: XII Cantos (1949). He later attended the University of the West Indies, having received a Colonial Development and Welfare scholarship, and in 1951 published the volume Poems. In 1957, he was awarded a fellowship by the Rockefeller Foundation to study the American theater.
Beetoven’s autopsy showed that he had a distended ear. When he died he was almost completely deaf.in 1811 he gave up conducting and preforming in public but he still composed. Many of his most famous works came from the last few years of his life. After Beetoven knew that his hearing was just getting worse he made the Sonatas for piano, the best he could.
Kim is a novel written by Rudyard Kipling who was a noble laureate. The story is written against the backdrop of the political battle between Russia and Britain in Central Asia.  It is set after the Second Afghan War and before the third.  The novel portrays the rich culture and religious traditions of India with its huge populace. Kim was ranked 78th out of 100 best English novels by the Modern Library and in 2003 was ranked the best read novel on the BBC’S Big read.
Jacob just sat there. Five minutes after Sashana handed the glue to him and he took it from her. At 11:40 when the activity was done I asked them to talk about their animal. Jacob did not say anything. The other few days I use event sampling, running record and checklist.
French journalist Gaston Leroux’s amazing Gothic novel, The Phantom of the Opera had strong words “Erik is not truly dead. He lives on within the souls of those who choose to listen to the music of the night.” Gaston was a journalist and graduated Law school inheriting millions of Francs. However, due to misspending, he almost reached bankruptcy and started working as a full time journalist and author of various books like The Phantom of the Opera. The novel originally written in French has been transcribed into other various languages since its’ release in 1909. A century later, Lamapara Publishing House, Inc. published their 1st copy in the Filipino in 2011.