Thomas Paine (United Kingdom/United States, 1737–1809)
- Some literature:
- Rights of Man, 1791–1792
- Agrarian Justice, 1797
Other articles related to "thomas paine, paine":
... Nicolas Edmé Restif de la Bretonne, Countess Sophie de la Borde, and Thomas Paine (played by American actor Harvey Keitel) as they ride in a carriage a few hours ... stage play In Lambeth dramatized a visit by Thomas Paine to the Lambeth home of William and Catherine Blake in 1789, first performed at the East ... It was directed by Sebastian Graham-Jones, and featured Bob Peck as Paine, Mark Rylance as William, and Lesley Clare O'Neill as Katherine (sic) ...
... The Thomas Paine Historical Association is an organization based in New Rochelle, New York, that is dedicated to perpetuating the legacy of Founding ... It was organized on the anniversary of Paine's birthday, January 29, 1884, and is one of the oldest historical associations in the United States ... It is one of two Thomas Paine legacy organizations based in New Rochelle, the other being the Thomas Paine Cottage Museum of the Huguenot and New Rochelle Historical ...
... Several sites in Wykagyl commemorate the life of Thomas Paine, American pamphleteer and Revolutionary War hero, including his home, his burial site, and a museum ... Paine's home, the Thomas Paine Cottage, was built in 1793 after a fire destroyed the previous home ... is on land that was part of the 300-acre (1.2 km2) farm owned by Paine ...
Famous quotes containing the words paine and/or thomas:
“Every religion is good that teaches man to be good; and I know of none that instructs him to be bad.”
—Thomas Paine (17371809)
“How shall my animal
Whose wizard shape I trace in the cavernous skull,
Vessel of abscesses and exultations shell,
Endure burial under the spelling wall....”
—Dylan Thomas (19141953)