Oliver Goldsmith

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Irish writer of novels and poetry and plays and essays (1728-1774)


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Clarke describes how Oliver Goldsmith, like Samuel Johnson and a few others, arrived in 18th-century London penniless and unknown and gradually rose to fame and fortune through years of writing for publishers and printers centered on Grub Street.
This is the most amazing exhibition ever," said the 71-year-old of the show, The Oliver Goldsmith Collection, which was the brainchild of the NGC where it opens offi-cially today and runs until May 6.
But there are few, if any, who have had the influence that Oliver Goldsmith has.
DISCOVERY 3 The crash site BURIAL3 At the graveside TRAGIC J From left, signaller Thomas O'Toole, driver Roy Wilson, navigator Geoff Carpenter, driver Oliver Goldsmith and Corporal Phillip Bryant CRASHED Z A Dakota
Which British prime minister later received the Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 Cricket; 2 Capricorn; 3 Anthony Eden; 4 Carbon; 5 Taking the picture with the light source behind the subject; 6 Tristan da Cunha; 7 Barnum; 8 Joseph Lister; 9 Malcolm Macdonald; 10 Oliver Goldsmith.
BLANKSTONE Opticians and Oliver Goldsmith Store & Vintage Archive celebrated the 50th anniversary of the classic Audrey Hepburn movie, Breakfast at Tiffany's, with a Fish
His historical works include biographies of George Washington, Oliver Goldsmith and Muhammad, and several histories of 15th century Spain.
Education pack: She Stoops to Conquer by Oliver Goldsmith
Drawing capaciously on a wide range of literary and philosophical sources, she uses archival materials and the works of John Bunyan, the 3rd Earl of Shaftesbury, Oliver Goldsmith, Christopher Smart, and William Wordsworth to disclose how the languages of science and the market economy shape their defenses of spontaneity and the language of feeling.
Five recent alumni have been murdered and the valedictorian of the class of 2036, Thomas Oliver Goldsmith, wants to know why; and also why his classmate Winston Cooley is being framed for all the homicides.
Married in the late 1970s when they co-starred in the BBC serial The Brothers, the couple are reunited for the first time in the Birmingham Repertory Theatre production of the classic Oliver Goldsmith farce.
Wrote the poet Oliver Goldsmith, "Ill fares the land, to hastening ills a prey / Where wealth accumulates, and men decay.
Trinity College, founded in 1591, includes Jonathan Swift, Oliver Goldsmith and Oscar Wilde in its graduates, and its library houses the 9th Century 'Book of Kells', a beautiful hand-illustrated manuscript of the gospels made by Celtic Monks, and the oldest harp in Ireland which features on its coins and is the emblem of Guinness.
Eliot, John Milton, Oliver Goldsmith and, well, Doris Day