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Fannie Stearns Davis: The Narrow Doors

The Narrow DoorsFannie Stearns DavisThe Wide Door into Sorrow Stands open night and day. With head held high and dancing feet I pass it on my way.I never tread within it, I never turn to see?

Ann Petry 1997 Deaths

Ann Petrywriter Published in 1946, Petry's novel, The Street, was the first major novel to detail the mean streets of New York. It remains a milestone in black literature. Her other novels?

Old Idea of Choan

Old Idea of ChoanIThe narrow streets cut into the wide highway at Choan, Dark oxen, white horses, drag on the seven coaches with outriders. The coaches are perfumed wood, The jewelled?

Richard Fleischer

Richard O. Fleischer directed Hollywood movies from the early 1940s to the late 1980s, a variety that included 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1954), Doctor Doolittle (1967), Soylent Green (1973) and?

Sara Teasedale: The Carpenter's Son

The Carpenter's SonThe summer dawn came over-soon, The earth was like hot iron at noon In Nazareth; There fell no rain to ease the heat, And dusk drew on with tired feet And?

The Journals of Lewis & Clark: June 12, 1805

by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark June 11, 1805June 13, 1805June 12, 1805 Wednesday June 12th 1805. This morning I felt myself quite revived, took another portion of my decoction?

Sochi: the Host City

The port city and subtropical resort was established in 1902 Sochi Seaport Related Links 2014 Winter OlympicsMemorable Olympic MomentsBirth of the Modern OlympicsEncyclopedia:?

Man Booker Prize

Britain's most prestigious literary award is presented each Oct. or Nov. by the National Book League in the United Kingdom, for the best full-length novel?

1952 Academy Awards

The 1952 Academy Awards were presented March 19, 1953 at the RKO Pantages Theatre, Hollywood, Calif and the NBC International Theatre, New York, N.Y.Best Motion PictureThe Greatest Show on?