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In the nearly 200 years since her death, British novelist Jane Austen (1775-1817) has never lost her mass appeal. Her standing as a pop culture icon is as enduring as her literary legacy, proven by occasional emergence of various posthumous intrigues, twists, and theories. One such recent development is the new research by the British Library, suggesting that Austen died…

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He didn’t speak for the first four years of his life and had not learned to read until he was nine. And yet Albert Einstein (1879-1955) grew up to become one of the most brilliant and influential scientists of all time. Einstein, whose 138th birthday is on March 14, not only developed the theory of relativity that he is best…

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Simply Charly, an original, one-stop portal for students and teachers that brings to life, in a compelling and engaging manner, some of the most prominent historical figures, has relaunched its “Ask the Expert” platform, an online resource that will connect students and general knowledge seekers with scholars and experts from around the world. These personalities, each a renowned expert in…

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Simply Charly, an original, one-stop portal to a wealth of information about some of the world’s most prominent historical figures, has launched a new podcast series called Culture Insight hosted by Roger Kennedy. The series of roughly 30-minute podcasts will feature interviews with authors and experts presenting their views on those individuals who have influenced our culture and enriched our…

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From a St. Bernard dog bearing his name to a toddler reacting emotionally to the sounds of “Moonlight Sonata” to his worldwide fame, Ludwig van Beethoven’s (1770–1827) legacy has transcended time and cultures. While Beethoven’s exact day of birth in 1770 is not known, his baptism date, December 17, is commonly celebrated as his birthday. In the 18th century, it…

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