Helen Keller
Helen Keller

A sudden illness at 19 months of age left Helen Keller blind and deaf. Helen devised more than fifty signs to communicate with her family, but she was frustrated. A young teacher Anne Sullivan was sent to work with Helen. It was the beginning of a celebrated teacher-student r...

Albert Camus
Albert Camus

Albert Camus (1913-1960) – French writer, born in Algire. Camus was one of the greatest author and thinkers of 20th century. As student of Algire University he formed theater and adopted, managed and performed plays. He was an activist and member of communist party.

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Pythagoras
Pythagoras

Pythagoras (570-490 BC) – Ancient Greek mathematician and philosopher. He was born in Phoenician Sydone.

Many facts of his biography are not known reliably. His life is known only from works of other ancient Greek authors. By their opinion Pythagoras met with ot...

Stephen Hawking
Stephen Hawking

Childhood and adolescence

Oxford is Stephen's native town where he appeared into the world in 1942. His dad was engaged doing research activities in the establishment of Medicine in Hampstead, and his mom was a secretary in the same establishment....

Francis Bacon
Francis Bacon

Francis Bacon (1910 -1992) English artist, born in Dublin. Bacon received artistic education by his own efforts.

His “Three Studies for Figures at the Base of a Crucifixion” work (1944, “Tate Gallery”) became a center of storming discussions. T...