In 1412, as one man endured his self-exile from his beloved adopted city, he turned his attention to the time 1,400 years before when another Exile came to Earth.
“Astronauts don’t have to be either very feminine or very masculine women, or very superhuman males, or any color or anything. It’s about people in space.”
The old saying “April showers bring May flowers” can be traced back to 1387.
In 1868, when his youngest son Edward Bulwer Lytton Dickens (nicknamed Plorn), left for Australia at age 16 to attend university, Dickens wrote him a letter which had deep pathos and loving...
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