Saarinen, Eero (1910 - 1961)
( ā'rō sä'rĭnĕn ), 1910–61, Finnish-American architect, grad. Yale (B.A., 1934), became an American citizen in 1940; son of Eliel Saarinen .
Sabin, Albert Bruce (1906 - 1993)
Russian-born US microbiologist who developed a highly effective, live vaccine against polio. The earlier vaccine, developed by physicist Jonas Salk ,
Sacchi, Andrea (1599 - 1661)
Italian painter and mosaicist. He represents the more classic aspect of the baroque style, based on the art of Raphael Sanzio , both in his own art
Sacks, Oliver (1933 - 2015)
1933- ♦ English neurologist and writer Born in London, the son of physicians, he graduated from Oxford and studied for his medical degree at Middlesex
Sackville-West, Vita (1892 - 1962)
also called Vita 1892-1962 English poet and novelist Born in Knole, Kent, she was educated privately, and started writing novels and plays as a child.
Sade, Marquis de, 1740-1814
( dônäsyăN' älfôNs' fräNswä' kôNt də säd ), 1740–1814, French writer and libertine. He is known as the marquis de Sade —the title he held before
Sagan, Carl (1934 - 1996)
Place: United States of America Subject : biography, astronomy US astronomer and popularizer of astronomy whose main research was on planetary
Sagan, Françoise, 1935-2004
pseudonym of Françoise Quoirez 1935-2004 French novelist Born in Cajarc, Lot, she was educated at a convent in Paris and in private schools. At the
Said, Edward (1935 - 2003)
Born in Jerusalem in 1935, the literary critic, campaigner, and postcolonial scholar, Edward Said, spent his early childhood in Jerusalem and Cairo,
Sainte-Beuve, Charles Augustin
1804-69 French writer and critic Born in Boulogne-sur-Mer, he was educated at the Collège Charlemagne in Paris, and then studied medicine (1824-27).