Monthly Archives: May 2011
Novelist Margaret Mitchell Awarded the Pulitzer Prize on May 3, 1937

May 3, 2011 Gone with the Wind | Introduction Published in 1936, Gone with the Wind became an immediate best-seller, bringing first-time novelist Margaret Mitchell an overwhelming amount of critical and popular attention. Awarded the 1937 Pulitzer Prize, the novel was adapted as a film in 1939—an achievement that won ten Academy Awards. A historical romance […]

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New York City, Early 20th Century (2)

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Crowds of faithful jam Vatican to honor Pope John Paul II

Vatican City (CNN) — Catholic faithful from around the world poured into Rome on Sunday as the Catholic Church declares Pope John Paul II “blessed,” a step below sainthood. There were cheers as Pope Benedict XVI personally beatified his predecessor, and a huge tapestry protrait of John Paul II was unveiled, showing him as the […]

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