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1851 in literature

January 1 – Caucasian Georgian theater company gives its first performance under the leadership of George Eristavi. June – waiting to cross the English channel on their honeymoon, Matthew Arnold is probably beginning to compose the poem "Dover be ...

                                               

1852 in literature

April – Samuel Orchart Beeton launches Englishwomans domestic magazine, the first British magazine aimed at the middle class female audience. September 2 – the public library in Campfield, Manchester, England, is the first to offer a free loan in ...

                                               

1853 in literature

MAG Uriah establishes what will become of antiquarian bookselling business Maggie Bros Ltd in London. September – published the 20th and final instalment of Charles Dickenss bleak house, followed by her publication of the book. Abraham historical ...

                                               

1854 in literature

In the Polyglotta Africana, an early classification of African languages based on field work in the liberated slaves in Freetown, Sierra Leone, is published by Sigismund Wilhelm Koelle. John Rollin ridges the life and adventures of Joaquin Muriet ...

                                               

1855 in literature

January 5 – Anthony Trollopes novel the chief, the first of his Chronicles of Barsetshire, published in London, Longman, as he begins to write the second tower Sunrise. September 27 – Alfred Tennyson reads from his new book, Maud and other poems ...

                                               

1856 in literature

Poet Juris Alunana song became the first significant literary work published in the Latvian language. Henry Wallis shows its romantic pattern of death Chatterton in London with a young poet and novelist George Meredith posing as the 18th century, ...

                                               

1858 in literature

15 Oct – the Comedy "Our American cousin" by English playwright Tom Taylor premieres at Laura Keenes theatre in new York with the American actor Joe Jefferson in the title role and British actor Edward crooked southern Lord Dundreary. January 3 – ...

                                               

1860 in literature

Mrs. Henry woods "new feeling" East Lynne begins serialization in the new monthly magazine. Her first full-length novel, Danesbury house, will also appear this year. Jan. (Января) The first issue of the Cornhill magazine appears in London. It ser ...

                                               

1861 in literature

July – Sheridan Le Fanu becomes the editor and owner of the magazine of the University of Dublin. Since October, he begins the serialization of the novel the House by the cemetery in it. Published the first modern novel New Zealand, Taranaki, Hen ...

                                               

1862 in literature

June – N. Chernyshevsky imprisoned in Saint Petersburg and begins his novel What to do. June 4 – Henry Morton Stanley, now a "galvanized Yankee", joins the Union army, he will be discharged after 18 days of illness. 28 April – Thomas hardy became ...

                                               

1864 in literature

May 26 – Alexander Dumas marries Hope Naryschkine. His father, Alexandre Dumas, the father, returned to Paris from Italy. May – first the Lithuanian press ban imposed in the Russian Empire. December – Sheridan Le Fanusa Gothic locked room mystery ...

                                               

1865 in literature

November 11 – London West End opening comedic drama society written and directed by Thomas William Robertson in the Prince of Waless, considered a milestone in the English Victorian drama because of its realism in dialogue and performance. The En ...

                                               

1866 in literature

American magazine for children Childrens hour publishes its first issue. Ludwig Anzengruber returns to Vienna after working as an itinerant actor. Charles Dickens publishes "Mugby Junction" as a Christmas Supplement to his magazine all the year r ...

                                               

1867 in literature

Premier Alexei N. Tolstoys historical drama Konstantinovich Ivans death takes place in the Alexandrinsky theatre in St. Petersburg, the first of a trilogy. Launched three American periodicals for children – Oliver optics magazine, Frank Leslie bo ...

                                               

1868 in literature

Nov. (Ноября) April 29 – the court of kings bench of England makes a decision on the appeal legal Regina V. Hicklin on the interpretation of the word "obscene" in the obscene publications act 1857, applying the "Hicklin test": any part of the pub ...

                                               

1869 in literature

Aug. (Августа) Macmillan publishing opens first American office in new York city headed by George Edward Brett. February 3 – booth Theater opens in Manhattan with the owner, Edwin Booth, who plays the main male role in the play Romeo and Juliet. ...

                                               

1870 in literature

Page 20 September – Friedrich Engels settled in London from Manchester. Spring the serial publication starts of Aleksis kivis only novel Seitseman veljesta "seven brothers", the first notable novel in the Finnish language. March 7 – Thomas hardy ...

                                               

1871 in literature

January 1 – childrens literary magazine, the youth starts to be published in the United Kingdom, as our young people a weekly budget. 18–may 28 March the Paris Commune has an impact on writers in the city at that time and far beyond its borders. ...

                                               

1872 in literature

Sep 13 O. S.: September 1 – Romanian poet Mihai Eminescu is the first visit to the literary club Junimea Iasi and read his fantastic story poor Sarmanul Dionis. It produced bad Junimists. The first year of University in American literature held a ...

                                               

1875 in literature

October 1 – American poet and novelist Edgar Allan PoE is reburied in Westminster hall and cemetery, Baltimore, Maryland, with a large memorial marker. There is a contradiction years later whether the correct body was exhumed. February / March – ...

                                               

1876 in literature

Discovered 1594 first edition of Christopher Marlowes play Edward II is. March is an American librarian Melvil Dewey published for the first time the system of the Dewey decimal classification. July – William Heffer takes its first bookstore in C ...

                                               

1877 in literature

January 24 – Emile Zolas LAssommoir sometimes translated as "dram shop", the seventh in his novel sequence Les Rougon-Makkari, first published in book form a few weeks after it ends is serialized in Le bien public, Paris. It sells more than 50.00 ...

                                               

1878 in literature

June – Robert Louis the Stevenson family of three interrelated detective fiction short stories the suicide Club with the participation of Prince Florizel begin publication in the London magazine. October – the library of the Peabody Institute, la ...

                                               

1879 in literature

Swiss publisher Birkhauser founded in Basel. The publication of the first complete edition of Georg Buchners works, edited by Karl Emil Franzos, to be completed in Frankfurt. It includes the first printing of the play Wozzeck, left unfinished on ...

                                               

1880 in literature

15 December – the first performance of the play by Henrik Ibsen in English, the pillars of society, called silt, in the Gaiety theatre, London. April 20, old style: 8 April, the Romanian Academy, titu Maiorescu announces reform of the Romanian al ...

                                               

1881 in literature

April 23 – the Gilbert and Sullivan comic Opera patience, a satire on Oscar Wilde and aestheticism, opens with George Grossmith in the lead at the Opera Comique in London. March – Ambrose Bierce contributes a weekly satirical magazine, the San Fr ...

                                               

1882 in literature

June 2 – premiere of the English language ghosts play a Dolls house 1879 as the wife of the child in Milwaukee. May 20 – the world premiere of ghosts Henrik controversial play ghosts Gengangere, 1881 in Norway to Chicago. Almqvist & Wiksell set i ...

                                               

1883 in literature

Kisari Mohan Ganguli begins publishing the first English translation of the Mahabharata. January 13 – world premiere of ghosts Henrik to play enemy of the people own folkefiende, 1882 is given in the theatre of Christiania. The June footlights, t ...

                                               

1884 in literature

May 29 – Oscar Wilde married Constance Mary Lloyd 1858-1898, Protestant Dubliner, Church St Jamess Street, London. January 14 – Giovanni Vergas play "Cavalleria Rusticana", taken from his story occurs first, the company Cesare Rossis in the theat ...

                                               

1885 in literature

February 18 – mark Twains the adventures of Huckleberry Finn published in the United States of America for the first time in new York, the authors own publishing house, Charles L. Webster, illustrated by E. W. Kemble, the first impression was def ...

                                               

1886 in literature

Japanese adaptation of Shakespeares hamlet play as Hamuretto Yamato Nishiki-e is serialized in the newspaper Tokyo Shimbun airy. John Lubbock is a list of 100 books that he considers "necessary to a liberal education.". April 10 – Anatole Baju la ...

                                               

1887 in literature

February – Oscar Wilde publishes "the Canterville Ghost", his first short story, in court and public opinion. George Hutchinson sets Hutchinson and Co. as a publisher in London. 15 December – the Romanian literary magazine revista Noua starts in ...

                                               

1888 in literature

The first book, the peculiarity of Jack the Ripper in fiction published while the Whitechapel murders attributed to Jack the Ripper continue to take place in London, short Gothic novel the curse upon mitre square by John Francis Brewer, which sho ...

                                               

1891 in literature

22 Aug – Israel Zangwills big bow Mystery of the first classical full-length locked room mystery, begins serialization in the Star London. May – William Morris establishes the Kelmscott Press as a private press in Hammersmith London and is releas ...

                                               

1892 in literature

Shade raised on Frances Ellen Watkins Harper becomes the second novel by an African-American woman published in the United States. December 21 – Brandon Thomas farce, Charleys aunt starts record London to work at the royalty theatre after the pre ...

                                               

1893 in literature

December – W. B. Yeats publishes the Celtic Twilight, give the popular name for the Irish literary Revival. May 2 – Swedish playwright August Strindberg, 44, begins short-lived marriage with the Austrian authoress Frida UHL, 21. November 11 – Jer ...

                                               

1894 in literature

April 21 – George Bernard Shaw play arms and the man premiered at the Avenue theatre in London. June – the German novelist Hermann Hesse begins training in mechanical engineering at the factory in Calw. April – Yellow book imprint, edited by Henr ...

                                               

1895 in literature

January–may – Hg wells the first "scientific romance", the novel "the time Machine", published serially in the new review, London. The first book edition published by Henry Holt and company in new York city on may 7 and Heinemann in London on may ...

                                               

1896 in literature

The Stephanus Jacobus du toits die Queen van Skeba, the first Afrikaans language novel, begins serialization in Klyntji ONS. Bernard Grenfell and Arthur hunt at the Queens College, Oxford, to start excavations in Oxyrhyncha in Egypt and to detect ...

                                               

1897 in literature

Hall Caines the Christian novel: he published the story and becomes the first in the UK to sell a million copies. The author also writes mock. November 1 – the building of the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C., was opened. April 13 – the Gr ...

                                               

1898 in literature

February 25 – Premier Frank Wedekinds spirit Erdgeist Earth, before his Lulu plays, in Leipzig, directed by Carl Heine, with himself on stage in the role of Dr. Shen. Peadar Laoghaires ua history Seadna begins serialization in Ireland as the firs ...

                                               

1899 in literature

November – the oldest surviving Japanese films, Momijigari, removed Sinking Shibata in Tokyo as a record of Kabuki actors Onoe Kikugorō V and Ichikawa Danjūrō IX perform a scene from the play Momijigari. April – Karl Kraus sets the Radical period ...

                                               

1900 in literature

The first film to show the detective Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock Holmes baffled, released by American Mutoscope and Biograph company. Maybe. (Может) Rainer Maria Rilke makes his second visit to Russia with Lou Andreas-salomé and her husband. July 1 ...

                                               

1901 in literature

31 Jan – Anton Chekhov the Three sisters Three sisters Three sisters opened at the Moscow art theatre, directed by Konstantin Stanislavsky and Vladimir Nemirovich-Danchenkos amazing how Vershinin, Olga Knipper as Masha, Margarita Savetskaya as Ol ...

                                               

1903 in literature

In December the Prix Goncourt for French literature is awarded for the first time, John Antoine NAU, for his novel force ennemie. 22 may – a Japanese philosophy student at Misao Fujimura 藤村操, was born in 1886 carves a poem into a tree in kegon ...

                                               

1904 in literature

Jan. (Января) Mark TWAIN begins dictating his autobiography. The first edition of the Suddeutsche Monatshefte published in Munich, Paul Nikolaus Cossmann. September – mark TWAIN buying a house at 21 Fifth Avenue, new York. April 24 – the prohibit ...

                                               

1905 in literature

The first of many chapters I 吾輩は猫である of a cat by Natsume Sōseki published serially in ホトトギス Hototogisu, Little cuckoo. It starts in a military style: "I, sir, are the cat, although as yet I have no name." and dedicated to the family i ...

                                               

1906 in literature

Trip Lello & brother opens a new bookstore in Porto Portugal. April 18 – 1906 earthquake in San Francisco destroys the unfinished new library building at Stanford University. Many of the leading poets and writers to retreat to join the arts colon ...

                                               

1907 in literature

February 22 – Leonid andreyevs symbolist drama in human life "human Life", the life of a man is premiered at the Theater Komissarzhevskaya in St. Petersburg, directed by Vsevolod Meyerhold. On 12 December for the first time on the stage of the Mo ...

                                               

1909 in literature

Jan – ie, stove and microwave the poems "autumn" and "city of the Sun" included in the anthology poets club Christmas MDCCCCVIII as the first examples of imagism. February 1 – appears in the first issue of La Nouvelle Revue française, a literary ...

                                               

1910 in literature

Thomas Mofolo wrote Chaka and Pitseng, the latter was not published at this time. Autumn – Damon Runyon starts working as a journalist in new York American. March 30 – William Johnston and Paul Wests novel, the innocent assassins published in new ...

                                               

1911 in literature

Summer – Jaroslav Hasek begins to publish stories of the good soldier Schweik the good vojak Svejk in the Prague newspaper cartoon, under the editorship of the Illustrator Josef Lada. March – Filippo Tommaso Marinetti in Paris plans of meeting an ...

                                               

1912 in literature

March 3 – Frieda Weekley meets Lawrence in Nottingham. April 14-15 – sank the Titanic: the ocean liner Titanic strikes an iceberg and sinks during its maiden voyage from Britain to the United States. The American writer Jacques Futrelle, British ...

                                               

1913 in literature

Jan – published poems, with roots Dating back to 1909, formally born as a reaction to Russian futurism. Manifestos are printed in the magazine "Apollo" Nikolai Gumilev and Sergei Gorodetsky, with illustrative work, and Anna Akhmatova, Vladimir Na ...

                                               

1914 in literature

February 2 – James Joyces semi-autobiographical novel a portrait of the artist as a young man begins serialization in the egoist, a new London literary magazine founded by Dora Marsden. The little review was founded by Margaret Caroline Anderson ...

                                               

1915 in literature

January 13 – "reminiscences of Sergeant Michael Cassidy," the first known story of captain S. N. McNeile, Royal engineers, writing as "sapper", starts in the "daily Mail", London. April 6 – the American Ezra pound collection of poems Cathay, "tra ...

                                               

1916 in literature

March 1 – the National library of Wales completes the move to purpose built premises in Aberystwyth. January – the journal of Negro history founded by Carter G. Woodson, the father of "black history" and "Negro history Week" in the United States. ...

                                               

1917 in literature

Jan. (Января) Francis Picabia produces the first issue of the Dada periodical 391 in Barcelona. R. R. Tolkien, on sick leave from the British army in the great Haywood, begins the book of lost tales the first version of the Silmarillion, starting ...

                                               

1918 in literature

January 18 – the first edition of the Australian: journal of Australian soldiers. January 1 is a popular English novelist and military propagandist Hall Caine made a KBE knight. January 23 – the English poet Robert graves married the artist Nancy ...

                                               

1919 in literature

April 2 – Vladimir Nabokov leaves Russia with his family. Column "by the way" and the pseudonym Tramp in the London newspaper the Daily Express that D. B. Wyndham Lewis as a humorous feature. 1 October to 15 March – publication of the works of th ...

                                               

1920 in literature

APR. (Апреля) February 2 – beyond the horizon, Eugene oneills the second full-length play, opened the Morosco theatre party in new York, partly as an experiment, producers, and partly to appease the actor Richard Bennett, who demanded a chance to ...

                                               

1921 in literature

June 10 – D. H. Lawrences novel Women in love was first published serially Martin Secker in London. December 31 – the Mexican poet Manuel maples Arce gives first Manifesto Stridentist, manufacturer estridentista, in actual mass No. 1 in Mexico ci ...

                                               

1922 in literature

This article presents a list of literature and publications in 1922. In accordance with the current copyright law of the United States, all works published before January 1, 1923 with proper copyright notice entered the public domain in the U.S. ...

                                               

1925 in literature

Modern library moved Bennett CERF and Donald Klopfer. February 21 – first issue of the new Yorker has published Harold Ross. Leslie Hotson publishes the first account from contemporary records of the murder of playwright Christopher Marlowe in 15 ...

                                               

1928 in literature

The story of Mikhail Sholokhovs novel and Quiet flows the don "the Quiet don" starting serialization in the Soviet magazine "October". Ford Madox Ford publishes last post in the UK, as the last of his world war I tetralogy parades end, has been p ...

                                               

1929 in literature

Foyles bookstore in London moves to larger premises in the building Foyles, Charing Cross road. February–August – Voltaire Candide 1759 is considered to be obscene by the customs service of the United States in Boston. February – first Marjorie A ...

                                               

1930 in literature

February – censorship of publications Board begins to function in the Irish Free state. Among the first 13 books to be banned was announced in may, the counter point by Aldous Huxley, the well of loneliness Radclyffe Hall and several books on sex ...

                                               

1931 in literature

April – Gerald Brenan and gamel Woolsey to make forms of marriage in Rome. Sadie Marquis de the 120 days of Sodom, the hotel Les 120 Journees de Sodom, written in 1785, was his first publication in a scientific publication, as a literary text. 26 ...

                                               

1933 in literature

February 17 – the magazine news of the week published for the first time in new York. April 23 – Millosh Gjergj Nikolla appointed as a teacher among the Serbs Vraka, the Kingdom of Albania. The next two years mark the period of his creative write ...

                                               

1934 in literature

January – B. Travens novel the death ship in 1926 first published in English. April – F. Scott Fitzgeralds fourth and final completed novel, "tender is the Night", published in book form in new York, after serialization from January in the monthl ...

                                               

1935 in literature

W. H. Auden enters a marriage of convenience with Erika Mann. 15 Jun. (15 июня) May 13 – T. E. Lawrence, who left the RAF in March), returned to his home at clouds Hill in England, laying out a parcel of books to his friend A. E. "Jock" chambers ...

                                               

1936 in literature

May 16-17 - about 30 left-wing writers of the Second Polish Republic will gather in Lviv Congress of anti-fascist artists. Carnegie medal For excellence in childrens literature opened library Association in the United Kingdom. The first winner of ...

                                               

1938 in literature

Samuel Beckett is stabbed in the chest in Paris and nearly killed. John DOS passos trilogy USA will be published, containing the novels the 42nd parallel 1930, 1932 1919 and the big money 1936. Jan. (Января) December 24 – Jorge Luis Borges was in ...

                                               

1939 in literature

W. H. Auden and Christopher Isherwood sailed from England to the United States. American pulp science fiction magazine "amazing stories" appears, edited by mort Weisinger. It includes the Black Flame Stanley G. Weinbaum as a leading Novel. Early ...

                                               

1940 in literature

14 may – Battle of the Netherlands ends with the surrender of the main Dutch troops on the German-fascist invaders. This evening, a gay Dutch Jewish writer Jacob Hiegentlich takes poison, dies four days later at the age of 33. July. (Июля) April ...

                                               

1941 in literature

April 6 – national library of Serbia, destroyed by bombing. January 20 – Chittadhar Hridaya starts in six-year term of imprisonment in Kathmandu for writing poems in Nepal bhasa, during which time he secretly wrote his own Buddhist epic Sugata Sa ...

                                               

1942 in literature

March 28 – Spanish poet Miguel Hernandez died from tuberculosis as a political prisoner in a prison hospital, having scrawled his last verse on the wall. February 22 – Austrian writer Stefan Zweig and his wife Lotte were found dead from a drug ov ...

                                               

1943 in literature

January 4 – Thomas Mann completes the writing of Joseph der Ernahrer Joseph the provider in California, the last of his Joseph and his brothers Joseph UND Seine Bruder tetralogy, on which he began in December 1926. March – self-illustrated childr ...

                                               

1944 in literature

Published the final version of the Breton nationalist newspaper Breton LHeure it. Landing and invasion of Normandy: British soldier-poet Keith Douglas dies, William Golding command of the landing ship tank missiles 460 in gold beach, Vernon Scann ...

                                               

1945 in literature

31 March – Tennessee Williams semi-autobiographical "memory play" the Glass menagerie 1944, adapted from a short story has its Broadway premiere Theatre in new York, starring laurette Taylor and victory in the new York drama critics award circle. ...

                                               

1947 in literature

29 Jan Arthur Millers play all my sons opens at the coronet theatre in new York directed by: Elia Kazan starring: ed Begley, the authors first success on Broadway. APR. (Апреля) February 17 – on the death of Montserrat-born British fantasy writer ...

                                               

1948 in literature

The London publishing house Weidenfeld & nicolson are George Weidenfeld and Nigel Nicolson. Palatino font is a serif face designed by Hermann Zapf, let go of the Mergenthaler Linotype company. November 13 – Alices adventures underground, the manu ...

                                               

1952 in literature

Derek J. de Solla Price and found medieval scientific work called the Equatorie of Planetists originally attributed to Chaucer. Publisher Diogenes publishing house based in Zurich, Daniel keel. Can – the works of andré Gide are placed on the Inde ...

                                               

1953 in literature

French journalist Jean Borels article "Zola at-Il ete assassine?" the release indicates that Emile Zolas death in 1902, was not accidental. June 17 – Bertolt Brecht continues uninterrupted rehearsal for the premiere of Erwin Strittmatters Katzgra ...

                                               

1954 in literature

November 19 – Brendan Behans the first game, square, comrade premiere at the pike theatre, Dublin. June 22 – in the Parker–Hulme murder case, 15-year-old Julia Hulme, the future writer of British historical detective fiction, as Anne Perry, is ta ...

                                               

1957 in literature

The last days of Sodom, a novel co-written with Joe Orton and Kenneth Halliwell, is rejected. As a result, they allow us to work in partnership. March 25 – copy of Allen Ginsbergs howl and other poems first published November 1, 1956 printed in E ...

                                               

1959 in literature

January 31 – Sandu Tudor starts a 40-year sentence in Jilava prison for "conspiracy against public order" and "active work against the working class", as meted out by the Communist Tribunal Romania. He dies in 1962 in the prison of Aiud, possibly ...

                                               

1960 in literature

February–October – amazingly the magazine was renamed analog. March 22 – Joan Henrys play look on tempests premiere at the Comedy Theatre in Londons West end, as in the first game openly engaged in homosexuality should be adopted for the executio ...

                                               

1962 in literature

September – Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath separate. Starting next month, Platt is experiencing a burst of creative activity, who wrote in the last months of his life the greater part of the poems on which her reputation will rest. They include many ...

                                               

1963 in literature

November – Volume essay by Wulf "there goes Varoom! Varoom! That Kandy-Kolored Thphhhhhh! Tangerine-Flake Streamline Baby Rahghhh! In turn Brummmmmmmmmmmmmmm." published in Esquire magazine in the US. "New world" published three stories Aleksandr ...

                                               

1964 in literature

September 28 – Brian Friels play Philadelphia, here I come! premiere at the gaiety theatre, Dublin. January 23 – Arthur Millers play after the fall opens at the Anta Washington Square Theatre on Broadway in new York, directed by Elia Kazan starri ...

                                               

1971 in literature

24 Dec – a Dutch writer and broadcaster Godfried Bomans was buried in Sint-Adelbertskerkhof Cemetery of SV. Adalbert in Bloemendaal, the Netherlands, two days after he died of a heart attack. July 4 – Michael S. HART posts the first e-book, the c ...

                                               

1972 in literature

June 4 – the poet Joseph Brodsky was exiled from the Soviet Union. May 22 – Cecil day-Lewis, poet laureate of the United Kingdom, dies at Lemmons, the home of the writers Kingsley AMIS and Elizabeth Jane Howard on the Northern outskirts of London ...

                                               

1974 in literature

Jack Kerouac school of disembodied poetics, founded by Allen Ginsberg and Anne Waldman. February 12 – after the publication in late 1973, Alexander Solzhenitsyn the GULAG Archipelago the GULAG Archipelago, the author was arrested for treason the ...

                                               

1975 in literature

January – debaters detective novel, Colin last bus to Woodstock, by presenting your employee of Oxford police inspector Morse, is published. Barbara Pym and Philip Larkin to meet in person for the first time at the Randolph hotel, Oxford, after y ...

                                               

1976 in literature

June 21 – the market theatre Johannesburg opened as a multiracial place Barney Simon. September 9 – Royal Shakespeare company begins a memorable production of Shakespeares Macbeth at the other place, Stratford-upon-Avon, England with Ian Mackelle ...

                                               

1977 in literature

February 20 – episode of doctor on the go, in collaboration with Douglas Adams and Graham Chapman, marks the beginning of Adams career as a writer for radio Bi-bi-si. October – Norman mailer punch Gore Vidal in the face of the new party York. Mar ...

                                               

1978 in literature

March – Philip Larkin ends his relationship with Maeve Brennan and Betty Mackereth. August 1 – Barbara Pym is a guest on desert island discs. Berlin state library-new house Potsdamer StraSe completed and opened in West Berlin Kulturforum. October ...

                                               

1981 in literature

The Powells books opens bookstore in Portland, Oregon. John Gardner revives the successful novel series about James bond Ian Fleming emerged from a License extended by not counting the faux biography of the bonds and a couple of novelizations of ...

                                               

1982 in literature

Dorling Kindersley, formerly a book packager, begins publication. Sue Townsend the comic character of Adrian Mole is introduced in bi-Bi-si Radio 4 games and then on October 7, in the book the Secret diary of Adrian Mole, aged 13¾, which sells 1. ...

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