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Winter Sleep, the Let it be noted without contention that the crest of the Mythmakers: early literature. Pages Reporters: literature to Tale-tellers: literature to Narrators: literature to Encoders: literature to Barnum , circus entrepreneur. I can't sleep. Who: J. Barrie , author of works including Peter Pan. Is everybody happy? I want everybody to be happy. I know I'm happy. Die, I should say not, dear fellow. No Barrymore would allow such a conventional thing to happen to him.
Who: John Barrymore , an American actor on stage, screen and radio. Now I can cross the Shifting Sands. Who: L. Frank Baum , author of The Wizard of Oz. Are you guys ready? Let's roll. The plane crashed near Shanksville, Pennsylvania.
Rain had always been a harbinger of tragedy for me. Who: George Beard, an American neurologist who popularized the term neurasthenia. Note: His death occurred during a rainstorm.
Translation: Bonaparte … the island of Elba … the King of Rome. Translation: I am thinking of earlier times. Who: Ludwig Beck , German general, committing suicide after the failed attempt to kill Hitler, 20 July I am ready to die for my Lord, that in my blood the Church may obtain liberty and peace. Who: Thomas Becket , Archbishop of Canterbury, d.
Now comes the mystery. Who: Henry Ward Beecher , evangelist, d. March 8, Plaudite, amici, comedia finita est. Translation: Applaud, my friends, the comedy is finished. Who: Ludwig van Beethoven , German composer. Note: His final words are subject to historical debate, and vary with many biographies. Among those that have been reported to be his last words are: I shall hear in Heaven.
I feel as if up to now I had written no more than a few notes. There, do you hear the bell? Don't you hear it ringing? The curtain must drop.
My curtain is falling. Too late. Another biographer has him saying nothing; simply shaking his fists defiantly at the heavens as a thunderstorm raged outside his window. Maybe they only had one rocket? Note: He was taking cover in a bunker after they were hit by a rocket. A second volley destroyed the bunker and Beeter was killed. Note: He was delirious because of high fever and illness. Who: Alexander Graham Bell , a Scottish-born scientist, inventor, engineer and innovator who is credited with patenting the first practical telephone.
Bell indeed died of a heart attack watching an Eagles game that day.
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Just don't leave me alone. Who: John Belushi , an American comedian, actor, and musician. The dogs are in the enclosed pool area. Garage side door is open. Note: This was a text sent to fellow wrestler and longtime friend Chavo Guerrero after Benoit had murdered his wife and children and shortly before he hung himself. How did the Mets do today? Note: The Mets won that day. And where do you come from? Who: Isaiah Berlin , a Latvian-British social and political theorist, philosopher and historian of ideas. Note: To the nurse caring for him.
Hardy, Henry The Isaiah Berlin Virtual Library. Translation: I'll need it. Note: In response as he drove away after he inspected a bullet in his vehicle's wheel and a newspaper man shouted "Good luck!
Translation: This time it will serve me for the voyage from which there is no return, the voyage of eternity. Who: Claude Bernard , a French physiologist.
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Note: Spoken when he began to feel cold and a cover was placed on his feet. Never fear; if you will but have patience I don't doubt we shall get through; but take care how you ever get in such a scrape again. Don't die like I did.