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H Emma Stebbins 19 . 1859-1869, 40 50 . .

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. - - . 1966 Garry Moore Show. Laugh-In.

1975 , Nashville. Moment by Moment (1978), Flirting with Disaster (1996) The Late Show (1977), 9 to 5 (1980), All of Me (1984), Big Business (1988), Tea with Mussolini (1999). Murphy Brown.

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Sarah Orne Jewett 19 . , , , .

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, . Jewett The Country of the Pointed Firs (1896).

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- Sherman, Sarah Way. Sarah Orne Jewett: An American Persephone. Hanover, N.H.: University Press of New England, 1989.
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Renault, Mary ( )

( Eileen Mary Challans) 4 1905 Frank Challans Clementine (Baxter) Challans . Saint Hugh’s College .

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’ 1926 . Father Mississippi, Fabulous New Orleans, Old Louisiana, Lafitte the Pirate. Children of Strangers.

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- Leverich, Lyle. Tom: The Unknown Tennessee Williams. New York: Crown, 1995.
- Saxon, Lyle. Children of Strangers. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1937.
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1948. - Spratling, William. File on Spratling: An Autobiography. Boston: Little Brown, 1967.
- _________ and William Faulkner. Sherwood Anderson and Other Famous Creoles: A Gallery of Contemporary New Orleans. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1966.
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O (Freddie Mercury, 5 1946 - 24 1991, Farrokh Bulsara) . Queen. . , , performer, .

(Farrokh Bulsara) , . , Bomi Jer Bulsara, . . , Kashmira.

1955 St. Peter's School, Panchgani, 250 ( Mumbai). . , . . The Hectics . 1963 , . 1964 . , Ealing College of Art Wreckage.


( ) Tim Staffell Smile. 1968. Staffell ( ) () (). 1969 Ibex . Wreckage. Jailhouse Rock, Queen. 1970 Sour Milk Sea.

Smile Tim Staffell . , 1970, , , Queen. . 1971 . Queen (1970) , , . My Fairy King Queen. : Mother Mercury, look what they've done to me, I cannot run I cannot hide. Mother Mercury : Yes, and from now on I'll be Freddie Mercury.

1970 Mary Austin. . . Austin . 1980 , . . 1985 1991 Jim Hutton .

To 1973 . Queen II Sheer heart attack. A night at the opera, Queen Kenny Everett ( ). , . ! Bohemian Rhapsody . , A night at the opera . 1 charts Imagine . .

Queen . ( ) . A day at the races Somebody to love, . News of the world We will rock you We are the champions. 1970 Jazz The game. Another one bites the dust. Queen . Hot space '80. David Bowie, Under Pressure.

Queen . glam 70 . . Flash Gordon 1984 he works. I want to break free Hammer to fall. 1985 Live Aid , Elton John. Live Aid, A kind of magic soundtracks Highlander. Magic Tour 1986. .

Queen solo Mr Bad Guy Barcellona. 1992.

AIDS . 1989, Queen The miracle. video clips, : . Queen I want it all, Breakthru The Invisible Man.

1991 Innuendo. The show must go on, . video clips Innuendo video These are the days of our lives I'm going slightly mad .

, . 23 1991 , AIDS. . , Mary Austin ( ) 6 , Jim Hutton.

. "I'm just a musical prostitute, my dear".

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4’33" . 1952, , . 4 33 . David Tudor, 29 1952, Woodstock ...

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Cage, John. Silence. Middletown, Conn.: Wesleyan University Press, 1961.
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Revill, David. The Roaring Silence: John Cage: A Life. London: Bloomsbury, 1992.

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