Hackman, Gene (Jan 30, 1931 - )
1930- ♦ US actor Born in San Bernardino, California, he was a Marine and had studied journalism before pursuing acting at the Pasadena Playhouse.
Alex Murray Palmer Haley was born on August 11, 1921, in Ithaca, New York. When he was only six weeks old, his mother took him to live at her parents’
Hall, Stuart, 1932-
Stuart Hall is one of the founding figures of British cultural studies, providing a number of incisive commentaries that have helped to shape the
A tragedy by William Shakespeare , first performed c. 1601. A bad, perhaps pirated, Quarto (Q1) was published in 1603. Modern editors use a second
English publishing entrepreneur and founder of the Hamlyn and Octopus houses. Hamlyn famously published intelligence officer Peter Wright's
Hamsun, Knut, 1859-1952
( kənut' häm'sʊn ), 1859–1952, Norwegian author, a pioneer in the development of the modern novel. Virtually without formal education, in his youth he
Handy, Charles B.
Irish management educator and influential writer about organizations. He was a professor at the London Business School for many years from 1972,
( hăn'sərd ), name given to the official record of the proceedings of the British Parliament, named after the Hansard family of printers. Luke Hansard
Hansberry, Lorraine, 1930-1965
Lorraine Hansberry was an African American female dramatist, activist, and educator, and the author of A Raisin in the Sun , the first play by an
Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928
In more senses than one, Hardy took the * regional novel into new territory. Other novelists had created imaginary landscapes for their novels, but