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Russell Baker Biography

Russell Baker was born on August 14, 1925 in Morrisonville, Virginia. He worked for the Baltimore Sun before joining the Washington bureau of the New York Times in 1954. From the early 1960s, Baker was writing a syndicated column as well as in 1979 he won the Pulitzer Prize for ...

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Emily Dickinson Biography

Emily Dickinson – There, she filled laptops with poetry and composed numerous letters. Dickinson’s extraordinary work was released after her passing on May 15, 1886, in Amherst and she’s now considered one of the towering figures of American literature. Her paternal grandfather, Samuel Dickinson, was well called the creator of ...

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Margaret Mitchell Biography

Following a busted ankle immobilized Margaret in 1926, Mitchell began composing a novel that would becomeGone With the Wind. Printed in 1936, Gone With the Wind made Mitchell an immediate star and earned her the Pulitzer Prize. The movie version, also lauded far and wide, came out only three years ...

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Whoopi Goldberg Biography

Whoopi Goldberg was born on November 13, 1955, in Nyc. She starred in a favorite one woman production in 1983, as well as in 1985 she won a Grammy Award for The Best Comedy Recording. That year, Goldberg’s success with The Color Purple found an extremely observable performing profession. Famous ...

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