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Novelist Orhan Pamuk, was born in Istanbul on June 7, 1952, an international symbol of literary and social conscience, won the Nobel Prize in Literature 2006.
Cindy Pan is a practitioner in Sydney who is frequently asked to speak about sexuality and sexual health. She was the medical presenter for 'Sex/Life' (Channel Ten) and 'The Lifestyle Channel' (Foxtel). She has written 'humorous and informative' piffle on sex, relationships and health in numerous publications including 'The Sun-Herald', 'Minx' and 'Claudia'. Her television appearances include multiple outings on 'The Panel' as well as 'The Super debates', 'Good Morning Australia with Bert Newton', 'Totally Wild', 'Bondi Banquet' and 'Hypotheticals with Geoffrey Robertson'.
Category for English-language sites about German author Oskar Panizza (1853-1921).
Idella Parker was born in 1914 in the small community of Reddick, Florida. She may be best known as Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings' maid, a job she held for ten years. Almost thirty years after Rawlings' death, Parker, with Mary Keating, wrote her first book, Idella: Marjorie Rawlings' "Perfect Maid". Her second book, written with Bud and Liz Crussell, Idella Parker: From Reddick to Cross Creek was published in 1999.
Nii Ayikwei Parkes was born on April 1, 1974 to Ghanaian parents. He was educated at Ann's Preparatory, and Achimota School, and later studied at the Manchester Metropolitan University in the United Kingdom. It was while at Manchester that he emerged as a performance poet and became a familiar sight on the Manchester performance poetry scene. He also became a member of the Black Writer's Group of Commonword a Manchester based literary organisation through which he gained more exposure.
Category for English-language pages on German poet Oskar Pastior.
For sites about Alan Paton and his books.
For sites about Alan Paton and his books.
Rosemary I. Patterson, Ph.D Is a retired School Psychologist who through life experience, education, practicums and experiencing the institutions of society, that is, rural and urban schools, a mental hospital, and a mentally handicapped institution, has learned that there is a principle of living that is common, more often than not, to all human beings. It is a common trait in all of humanity to rise above the trials and tribulations of life to find a higher meaning in our existence. The protagonists in my novels go through growth periods as they overcome heart aches of one kind or another and learn that life is a Social Responsibility Game with an Altruistic base.
Thomas Love Peacock (18 October 1785 -- 23 January 1866)
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British writer born in the West Indies.
Sites related to absurdist playwright Harold Pinter
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"Poetry is the place where everything happens..." Alejandra Pizarnik (1936-1972), one of the greatest Latin American poets of the twentieth century.
John Polidori, British author of horror, born on September 7th 1795 in London. He studied medicine, and by the age of 20 had become personal physician and travelling companion to Lord Byron. Probably most famous for 'The Vampyre' - the book which led to the creation of the character 'Dracula'. Suicide, or the reckless abuse of drugs killed him at the age of twenty six.
Henrik Pontoppidan (July 24, 1857 - August 21, 1943) was a realist writer who shared with Karl Gjellerup the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1917 for "his authentic descriptions of present-day life in Denmark." Pontoppidan's novels and short stories - informed with a desire for social progress but despairing, later in his life, of its realization - present an unusually comprehensive picture of his country and his epoch.
Category for Australian-born poet Peter Porter.
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Author and screenwriter Richard Price has been surveying life in the streets and cities of New York and New Jersey since the 70s. Born on October 12, 1949, he has drawn on his childhood in the Bronx to create vivid portraits of the American class struggles. His novels are "The Wanderers," Bloodbrothers," "Ladies' Man," "The Breaks," "Clockers," "Freedomland" and "Samaritan"... several of which have been turned into films. Price is also a hugely popular screenwriter, penning the films "The Color of Money," "Sea of Love," "Ransom," "Shaft," "Kiss of Death" and many others.
Category for pages on American author Regina Pride.
1894-1984. English author, novelist, playwright, broadcaster, social commentator and man of letters.
V(ictor) S(awdon) Pritchett (1900-1997). Prolific English writer, essayist, critic, novelist, and journalist.
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