Joyce, James Augustine Aloysius (1882-1941), Irish novelist and poet, whose psychological perceptions and innovative literary techniques, as demonstrated in his epic novel Ulysses ... James Joyce was the first who introduce the psychological discoveries of S. Freud into fiction.
England who began the period was also King James VI of Scotland, thus combining the two thrones for the first time.
William of Orange, Protestant husband of James's elder daughter, Mary (by James's first and Protestant wife, Anne Hyde), was therefore welcomed when he invaded on 5 November
His 1927 novel Benighted was adapted into the James Whale film The Old Dark House in 1932.
His first major success came with a novel, The Good Companions (1929) which earned him the James Tait Black Memorial Prize for fiction and made him a national figure.
These include first of all the James Bond series.
The reasons are:on the one hand, the thrilling plot of the film, depicting the first of the greatest disasters of the 20th century, and, on the other hand, new technologies of film ...
It is said that James I and Charles I had had to bear the burnt of the rising spirit of independence characteristic of England in the seventeenth century.
The first years of George I"s reign were marked by the Jacobite Rebellion of 1715 raised by followers of Queen Anne"s half-brother, James Edward Stuart.
IV and king James V and were first used together as coronation regalia in
In Scotland the bagpipe was first recorded in the 16th century during the reign of James I, who was a very good player, and probably did much to make it popular.
With the arrival of James I on the throne, Jonson found himself in favor once again, and, with his co-writer Inigo Jones, created Court Masques for Queen Anne until their ...
Though, for one reason or another, unsuccessful at first, the endurance of its reputation is attested by its performance, in a German version by an Englishman, John Michael Girish ...
When, in 1606, King James granted to a company of London merchants the first charter of Virginia, Sidney and Spenser and Marlowe were dead, Shakespeare had produced some of his ... James Otis, 1725-83.