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Authors, Poets & Novelists ~

Gerhart Hauptmann
Vaclac Havel

Frances Ridley Havergal
Nathaniel Hawthorne

Robert Hayden
William Hazlitt


Gerhart Hauptmann, Photographic Print
Gerhart Hauptmann,
Photographic Print

Gerhart Hauptmann
b. 11-15-1862; Obersalzbrunn, Silesia, Prussia
d. 6-6-1946; Poland

Dramatist Gerhart Hauptmann was awarded the 1912 Nobel Prize for Literature “primarily in recognition of his fruitful, varied and outstanding production in the realm of dramatic art”.

The Weavers, Historic Print
The Weavers,
Historic Print

His best known work is his 1892 play, “The Weavers”, about the labor uprising of weavers in Silesia; and the 1912 novel “Atlantis” which was produced as a Danish film in 1913.

FYI - Artist Kathe Kollwitz was inspired by Hauptmann's The Weavers, to produce a cycle of etchings expressing the workers' misery, hope, courage, and, eventually, doom.

Gerhart Hauptmann quotes ~
• “Poetry evokes out of words the resonance of the primordial world.”
• “It was cryin' more than breathin' with me from the time each poor little thing come into the world till death took pity on it.” The Weavers
• “And, when one knows things of that kind as I know them now – believe me – one can find no rest. A simple little piece of soap, which makes no one else in the world think of any harm, even a pair of clean, well-cared for hands are enough to embitter one thoroughly.” Before Dawn
• “Life is too short to read bad books.”

The Dramatic Works of Gerhart Hauptmann


To the Castle and Back, Vaclav Havel
To the Castle
and Back,
Vaclav Havel


Vaclav Havel
b. 10-5-1936; Prague, Czechoslovakia
d. 12-18-2011; Vilcice

Playwright, essayist, dissident and politician Vaclav Havel was the tenth and last President of Czechoslovakia (1989–92) and the first President of the Czech Republic (1993–2003).

Summer Meditations, Vaclav Havel
Citizen Havel,
Movie Poster

Vaclav Havel quotes ~
• “Even a purely moral act that has no hope of any immediate and visible political effect can gradually and indirectly, over time, gain in political significance.”
• “I really do inhabit a system in which words are capable of shaking the entire structure of government, where words can prove mightier than ten military divisions.”
• “Truth and love must prevail over lies and hate.”
• “Hope is a state of mind, not of the world. Hope, in this deep and powerful sense, is not the same as joy that things are going well, or willingness to invest in enterprises that are obviously heading for success, but rather an ability to work for something because it is good.”
• “Anyone who takes himself too seriously always runs the risk of looking ridiculous; anyone who can consistently laugh at himself does not.”
• “Genuine politics – even politics worthy of the name – the only politics I am willing to devote myself to – is simply a matter of serving those around us: serving the community and serving those who will come after us. Its deepest roots are moral because it is a responsibility expressed through action, to and for the whole.”
• “The salvation of this human world lies nowhere else than in the human heart, in the human power to reflect, in human meekness and human responsibility.”
• “Lying can never save us from another lie.”


Frances Ridley Havergal, Writer, at age 9, Giclee Print
Frances Ridley Havergal, Writer, at age 9,
Giclee Print

Frances Ridley Havergal
b. 12-14-1836; Astley, Worcestershire, England
d. 6-3-1879; Wales

Frances Ridley Havergal was a religious poet, hymn and religious tract writer and author of works for children. Thy Life for Me is one of her best known hymns.

Frances Ridley Havergal quote ~
• “Take my will, and make it Thine, It shall be no longer mine; Take my heart, it is Thine own; It shall be Thy royal throne.”

Francis Ridley Havergal Hymnwriter


Nathaniel Hawthorne Giclee Print
Nathaniel Hawthorne
Giclee Print

Matthew Brady, photographer

Nathaniel Hawthorne
b. 7-4-1804; Salem, Massachusetts
d. 5-19-1864; Plymouth, NH

“Life is made up of marble and mud.” The House of the Seven Gables

Nathaniel Hawthorne earned his greatest fame for two novels: The Scarlet Letter (1850) and The House of the Seven Gables (1851). ...

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Robert Hayden
Robert Hayden

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Robert Hayden
b. 8-4-1913; Detroit, Michigan
d. 2-25-1980; Ann Arbor

Robert Hayden was a poet, essayist and educator, as well as the first African-American appointed United States Poet Laureate 1976-78 (Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress).

Hayden studied with W. H. Auden at the University of Michigan, and was also awarded the Avery Hopwood Award (1941). He also became a Bahá'í and religion played a significant influence on his poetry.


William Hazlitt, Giclee Print
William Hazlitt,
Giclee Print

William Hazlitt
b. 4-10-1778; Maidstone, Kent, England
d. 9-18-1830; Soho, London

Grammarian, philosopher and itinerant painter William Hazlitt wrote humanistic essays and literary criticism and is now considered one of the great critics and essayists of the English language. Hazlitt befriended many 19th-century literary people, such as Charles and Mary Lamb, Stendhal, Samuel Taylor Coleridge and William Wordsworth.

William Hazlitt quotes ~
• “A gentle word, a kind look, a good-natured smile can work wonders and accomplish miracles.”
• “Those who are at war with others are not at peace with themselves.”
• “We do not see nature with our eyes, but with our understandings and our hearts.”
• “A hypocrite despises those whom he deceives, but has no respect for himself. He would make a dupe of himself too, if he could.”


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