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Birth:1640
Death:Apr 16 1689
Name:Aphra Behn/Johnson
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Text:"... Arthur .There been but two occasions when there Was tone dv- the term of John Adam? died, and during tha term of Grant, in 1875. when Johnson died. AphraBehn seems to been identi- fied positively..."
Date:Nov 16 1901
Publication:Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America
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Text:"... wholesome story for chil- dren. Love in Trailer i Penned at Last cussion of Plato or Henry James or AphraBehn or Dr. Johnson while the presses wait-----William was in a pessimistic mood because some one who..."
Date:Jan 24 1937
Publication:Oakland, California, United States of America
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Text:"... it a few inches and peeped. "Miss Fraser has come," he said. It was then about 3 o'clock. The Major replaced the book he was reading and took another from a bookcase near at hand. He had been reading Aphra..."
Date:Jan 9 1945
Publication:Carroll, Iowa, United States of America
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Text:"... had been reading AphraBehn's novel. The Nun, or the Perjured Beauty, and the book he took in its place was Bunyan's Pilgrim's progress. He did not consider the gabby and flamboyant Mrs. Behn's piece..."
Date:Jan 9 1945
Publication:Statesville, North Carolina, United States of America
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Text:"... for? Dioctyl ester of sodium sulfosuccinic acid. But don't tell anybody who told you. Q. '-JUST READ WHERE somebody named AphraBehn was the first woman who ever made her living as a writer. Never heard..."
Date:Oct 7 1968
Publication:Traverse City, Michigan, United States of America
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Text:"...'t tell anvbodv I reaffirm that who told you Q ''JUST READ WHERE somebody named AphraBehn was the first woman who ever made her as a writer Niever heard of her What did she wnte' A One brief note m..."
Date:Oct 7 1968
Publication:Burlington, North Carolina, United States of America
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Text:"... and peeped. Miss Fraser has come,” he said. It was then about 3 o’clock. The Major replaced the book he was reading and took another from a bookcase near at hand. He had been reading AphraBehn’s novel..."
Date:Jan 9 1945
Publication:Ardmore, Oklahoma, United States of America
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Text:"....": reading and took another irom a bookcase near at hand. He had been reading AphraBehn's novel, The iVnn, or the Perjured Beauty, and the book he took in its place was Bunyan's Pilgrims Progress He did..."
Date:Jan 11 1945
Publication:Iola, Kansas, United States of America
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Text:"... the difficult and hazardous occupation, of was probably Aphra, Hehh, an.. also as a novelist, poetoss and wit. who died 22fi years ago today, April IB, 16X9. AphraJohnson was born In Cantor- bury, KhKlaml, .but..."
Date:Apr 16 1915
Publication:Trenton, New Jersey, United States of America
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Text:"...’s library, which has just been privately printed, Mr. Gosse has contributed to that paper his own discoveries in the matter. AphraBehn’s origin had been hitherto unknown, when nine years ago there came..."
Date:Dec 23 1893
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:"... of the screen's most glamorous clothes, goes through most of her current film, Mildred Pierce, in a house dress and apron. a bookcase'near at hand. Hie had But the day I'm lookl^^ forward been reading AphraBehn..."
Date:Jan 11 1945
Publication:Moorhead, Minnesota, United States of America
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Text:"... Novelist An important figure in the begin nings of t3ae English novel is MrsAphraBehn per sonal history is quite as interesting as of Lor stories Her father a Mr Johnson had influence enough to get..."
Date:Mar 19 1896
Publication:Indiana, Pennsylvania, United States of America
Vicki A Johnson (Behan)
California, Marriages, 1960 - 1985
Birth:Circa 1957
Marriage:Day Month 1979 - Place
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Text:"... in women.” Mrs. AphraBehn made him say, “ To be a cocket, or talkative is the humor most natural to women.”—The Nineteenth (^ßntnryy THE SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY. William B. Windom, of Minnesota..."
Date:Mar 26 1881
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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Text:".... AphraBehn. Some might call that total and o course it has its especial- ly if there is iove as wt as beauty in the eye of the beholder. For the the secret of -being beautiful i no secret at only..."
Date:Apr 26 1970
Publication:Kingston, Kingston, Jamaica
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Text:"... skato and found that they had spun along tho smooth sur- face 280 100 New York Tribune. MRS. APHRABEHN. A HandtoniB Woman the Firat Eng- lUh Female MorelUt. An important figure in tho begin- nings of tbo..."
Date:Feb 22 1896
Publication:Placerville, California, United States of America
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Text:"....—^osh Billings. Scandal, like dirt, will rub out when dry.—Sir T. Bernard. Silent as the growth of flowers.— AphraBehn. Single as the sun.—Swinburne. IT will be so easy for you to make a dress like this for your..."
Date:Apr 10 1919
Publication:Delphi, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"....— AphraBehn. Single as the sun.—Swinburne. ITwdil be so easy for you to make a dress like this for your litle girl—^if you come here and get McCall Pattern No. 8836 and simply follow the instructions..."
Date:Apr 10 1990
Publication:Delphi, Indiana, United States of America
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Text:"... are the nearer we are to Nature is the necessary inference. What kind of fiction will our great-grandchildren demand? And where will it end? The time must come when, if Mrs. AphraBehn should arise from the dead..."
Date:July 4 1905
Publication:London, Middlesex, United Kingdom
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