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American fomer First Lady and editor Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and...

American fomer First Lady and editor Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis (1929 - 1994) (center) and socialite and biographer Nina Auchincloss Straight attend an unspecified event, New York, New York, 1981. (Photo by Robert R McElroy/Getty Images)

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10 Things You'll Relate to If You Stay Up Too Late Reading

Find yourself often sleep deprived from reading? You'll relate to these funny book memes.

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Elizabeth Wydeville: The Queen Dowager, with Wydeville biographer Arlene Okerlund:

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Hamilton biographer Ron Chernow concludes that while no relationship can be conclusively proven, he is led to believe that Hamilton had "at the very least" an "adolescent crush" on Laurens. Chernow also states that "Hamilton did not form friendships easily and never again revealed his interior life to another man as he had to Laurens. After the death of John Laurens, Hamilton shut off some compartment of his emotions and never reopened it." #Hamilton

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Bessie Smith began her professional career in 1912. By the 1920s, she was a leading artist in black shows on the TOBA circuit and at the 81 Theatre in Atlanta, Georgia.

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Vitorino Nemésio (1901 - 1978) was novelist, poet, columnist, essayist, biographer, historian of literature and culture, journalist, researcher, epistolographer, philologist and television communicator, in addition to all the activity of teaching. One of his most important works was "O Mau Tempo no Canal", which received the Award Ricardo Malheiros Academy of Sciences.

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Nancy Freeman-Mitford, CBE (1904-1973) styled The Hon. Nancy Mitford before her marriage and The Hon. Mrs Peter Rodd thereafter, was an English novelist and biographer, one of the Bright Young People on the London social scene in the inter-war years.

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