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The year 1892 in literature involved some significant new books.

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New drama[edit] José Echegaray - Mariana Georges Feydeau - Champignol malgré lui Jacob Mikhailovich Gordin Der pogrom in rusland ("The Pogrom in Russia") Tsvey veltn, oder Der groyser sotsialist ("Two Worlds, or The Great Socialist")[3] Der yidisher kenig lir ("The Yiddish King Lear") Gerhart Hauptmann - The Weavers (Die Weber) Brandon Thomas - Charley's Aunt Oscar Wilde - Lady Windermere's Fan Poetry[edit] Rudyard Kipling - Barrack-Room Ballads (including Gunga Din) Non-fiction[edit] Peter Kropotkin - The Conquest of Bread Papus - La Kabbale Births[edit] January 3 - J. R. R. Tolkien, English author born in South Africa (died 1973) February 8 - Ralph Chubb, English poet, printer and artist (died 1960) February 22 - Edna St. Vincent Millay, American poet (died 1950) February 23 - Agnes Smedley, American journalist and writer (died 1950) March 18 - Robert P. T. Coffin, American poet, essayist, novelist and academic (died 1955) March 22 - Karel Poláček, Czech writer, humorist and journalist (died 1944) June 12 - Djuna Barnes, American writer (died 1982) June 26 - Pearl S. Buck, born Pearl Sydenstricker, American writer (died 1973) July 1 - James M. Cain, American author and journalist (died 1977) July 12 - Bruno Schulz, Polish writer and artist (killed 1942) October 9 - Ivo Andrić, Serbo-Croatian novelist, winner, 1961 Nobel Prize in Literature (died 1975) Deaths[edit] January 20 - Christopher Pearse Cranch, poet and magazine editor (born 1813) January 28 - Gustav Zerffi, journalist (born 1820) March 26 - Walt Whitman, American poet (born 1819) July 10 - Rudolf Westphal, classical scholar (born 1826) July 15 - Thomas Cooper, Chartist poet (born 1805) July 18 - Rose Terry Cooke, poet and novelist (born 1827) August 25 - Richard Lewis Nettleship, philosopher (born 1846) September 7 - John Greenleaf Whittier, Quaker poet (born 1807) September 17 - Ignaz Vincenz Zingerle, poet (born 1825) October 17 - David Edelstadt, anarchist poet (born 1866) October 21 - Anne Charlotte Leffler, novelist and dramatist (born 1849) October 24 - Anton Gindely, historian (born 1829) December 27 - Orange Judd, editor and publisher (born 1822) date unknown - George Grub, historian (born 1812) Awards[edit] References[edit] Jump up ^ Holroyd, Michael (2011). Bernard Shaw. London: Pimlico. pp. 156–61. ISBN 978-1-845-95185-6. Jump up ^ Ryan, W. P. (1894). The Irish Literary Revival. Jump up ^ 1896 according to Z. Zylbercweig.

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