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Amiri Baraka
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Amiri Baraka, African American Poet and Playwright Adopted Black Nationalism in the 1960s Print
Amiri Baraka,
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Amiri Baraka
née Everett LeRoi Jones
b. 10-7-1934; Newark, NJ
d. 1-9-2014; Newark

Amiri Baraka is an award winning poet and playwright whose work generates controvery. He was associated with black nationalism in the 1960s and aligned with Marxism in the 1970s.

The LeRoi Jones/Amiri Baraka Reader
• more Black History posters

The Poems of Anna Letitia Barbauld
The Poems of
Anna Letitia Barbauld

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Anna Laetitia Barbauld
b. 6-29-1743; Leicestershire, England
d. 3-9-1825; Stoke Newington

A “woman of letters”, Anna Laetitia Barbauld, was a poet, essayist, children's author and teacher. Her primers provided a model for pedagogy, as a literary critic her anthology of 18th-century British novels established the field of study, her poetry lead to the development of Romanticism in England.

Lessons for Children: Anna Laetitia Barbauld, Children's literature, Pedagogy, John Locke, Maria Edgeworth, Sarah Trimmer, Jane Taylor, Ellenor Fenn, Romanticism

Portrait of Jules Barbey D'Aurevilly, Photographic Print
Portrait of Jules Barbey D'Aurevilly,
Photographic Print

Jules Amedee Barbey d'Aurevilly
b. 11-2-1808; Saint-Sauveur-le-Vicomte, Manche, France
d, 4-23-1889; Paris

Novelist and short story writer, Jules Amédée Barbey d'Aurevilly, specialized in mystery tales. He explored hidden motivations and hinted at evil without being explicitly concerned with the supernatural. He is considered an example of the extremes of late romanticism, and an influence on writers Henry James and Marcel Proust.

Jules Amedee Barbey d'Aurevilly quotes ~
• “The Devil teaches women what they are – or they would teach it to the Devil if he did not know.”

Jules Amedee Barbey d'Aurevilly at Amazon

The Ingoldsby Legends or MIRTH and MARVELS by Thomas Ingoldsby Esquire
The Ingoldsby Legends
by Thomas Ingoldsby Esquire

Richard H. Barham,
aka Thomas Ingoldsby of Tappington Manor
b. 12-6-1788; Canterbury, England
d. 6-17-1845; London

Novelist, humorous poet, and Church of England cleric Richard Harris Barham is better known by his nom de plume of Thomas Ingoldsby, and for his series called The Ingoldsby Legends (see illustrators John Leech and George Cruikshank).

FYI - Barham is also the author of the poem As I laye a-thynkynge that was set to music by composer Edward Elgar. And an early version of “Bingo Was His Name-O” is from the Ingoldsby Legends.

The Life and Letters of the Rev. Richard Harris Barham V1: Author of the Ingoldsby Legends, with a Selection from His Miscellaneous Poems

Joel Barlow, Giclee Print - Robert Fulton
Joel Barlow,
Giclee Print

Robert Fulton

Joel Barlow
b. 3-24-1754; Redding, CT
d. 12-26-1812

Poet, diplomat and politician Joel Barlow is best remembered for his epic Vision of Columbus (The Columbiad), his draft of the Treaty of Tripoli, which includes the phrase: “the United States of America is not, in any sense, founded on the Christian religion”.

The Hasty Pudding”, Joel Barlow, (1793) about making and eating “hasty pudding”, better known today as cornmeal mush.
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Portrait of J. M. Barrie, Author of the Peter Pan Stories, Photographic Print
J. M. Barrie,
Photographic Print

J. M. Barrie
b. 5-9-1860; Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland
d. 6-19-1937; London

Sir James Matthew Barrie, was the author of the play Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up.

FYI ~ Barrie was friends with William Earnest Henley whose very young daughter Margaret called Barrie “fwendy” which became “Wendy” of Peter Pan.

Maude Adams as Peter Pan
Pauline Chase, actress noted for her characterization of Peter Pan.
Mary Martin, Broadway
Peter Pan ballet

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