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S. space shuttle Challenger explodes United States attacks Libya Atomic power plant at Chernobyl destroyed in accident Corazon Aquino becomes president of the Philippines liii Ayatollah Khomeini pronounces death sentence on Salman Rushdie; Great Britain and Iran sever diplomatic relations F. W. N. Conference on Environment and Development (the “Earth Summit”) meets in Rio de Janeiro Prince and Princess of Wales separate 1993 liv Britain and Irish Republican Army engage in diplomatic talks Barings Bank forced into bankruptcy as a result of a maverick bond trader’s losses United States restores full diplomatic relations with Vietnam NATO initiates air strikes in Bosnia Death of Stephen Spender War in Bosnia-Herzegovina intensifies Bill Clinton elected president of the United States in three-way race with Bush and independent candidate H.
Polly Freud’s Totem and Tabu Wells’s The New Machiavelli first published (in book form, 1911) Lloyd George introduces National Health Insurance Bill Suffragette riots in Whitehall D. H. Lawrence’s Sons and Lovers Stravinsky’s The Firebird 1911 Woodrow Wilson elected president of the United States SS Titanic sinks on its maiden voyage Mann’s Death in Venice Proust’s Du Côté de chez Swann (first volume of À la recherche du temps perdu, 1913–1922) Barbara Pym born Roald Amundsen reaches the South Pole Bennett’s The Card Chagall’s Self Portrait with Seven Fingers xxxvii Ravel’s Daphnis and Chloé 1914 The Panama Canal opens (formal dedication on 12 July 1920) CHRONOLOGY Irish Home Rule Bill passed in the House of Commons Archduke Franz Ferdinand assassinated at Sarajevo World War I begins Henri Barbusse’s Le Feu Griffith’s Intolerance Joyce’s Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man Jung’s Psychology of the Unconscious Battles of the Marne, Masurian Lakes, and Falkland Islands Joyce’s Dubliners Moore’s The Brook Kerith Edith Sitwell edits Wheels (1916– 1921) Wells’s Mr.
Charles Robert Maturin BRIAN HENRY. Assistant Professor of English and Director of the Creative Writing Program, University of Georgia. Author of Astronaut, a book of poetry published in three countries. Editor of Verse and Senior Editor of Verse Press. Poetry critic for the New York Times Book Review, The Kenyon Review, Boston Review, and many other publications. Previous contributor to British Writers (“John Keats”) and American Writers (“Anne Carson,” “Richard Ford,” “Charles Simic,” “David Foster Wallace”).
British Writers: Supplement VIII by Jay Parini