People Entering the Public Domain in 2013
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NameCountryProfessionDeath date of authorPossible works to cover
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Roberto ArltArgentinaWriter, Novelist26/7/1942El juguete rabioso (Mad Toy): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mad_Toy
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Arthur J ReesAustraliaJournalist and author
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Charles Henry ChomleyAustraliaJournalist, writer on law and politics, novelist21/10/1942The True Story of the Kelly Gang of Bushrangers, The Wisdom of Esau
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Dorothy WallAustralia, NZChildren's book author21/01/1942The Complete Adventures of Blinky Bill
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Robert MusilAustriawriter4/15/1942man witout qulaities
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Stefan ZweigAustrianWriter
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Finders PetrieBritishEgyptologist/translator7/28/1942his translations from ancient egyptian
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Francis YounghusbandBritishExplorer/spiritual-writer 31 July 1942his spiritual writings
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Rosalind GoforthCanadaMissionary, author31/5/1942
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Jacques Decour (real name Daniel Decourdemanche)FranceWriter and resistant30/05/1942Philisterburg
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André de Latour, comte de LordeFranceGrand Guignol playwright
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Irène NémirovskyFrance (? - Russian?)Novelist17/08/1942Suite Française
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Edith SteinGErmansaint/writer8/9/1942her spriitual writings
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Franz BoasGermanyanthropologist21/12/1942The Mind of Primitive Man
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Wilfred WhittenGreat BritainWriter and editor
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Caroline Frances Eleanor SpurgeonIndia, Canada, France, UKLiterary critic24/10/1942500 years of Chaucer criticism and allusion
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Patrick Reginald ChalmersIrelandPoetGreen Days and Blue Days, A Peck of Malt, "Roundabouts and Swings" (the source of the phrase 'swings and roundabouts')
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Peadar Toner Mac Fhionnlaoich (P.T. MacGinley)IrelandIrish language writer1/7/1942Handbook of Irish Teaching
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William Pierpont BlackNZ (born in Romania)Writer and journal editorUnauthorised biography of Sir Joseph Ward, premier of New Zealand, Second and most sensational part of the unauthorised biography of Sir Joseph Ward, premier of New Zealand, Dastardly attack on Sir Joseph Ward
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William Arthur SatchellNZ (born in UK)Writer and novelistThe Greenstone Door
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Bruno SchulzPolandWriter, PoetThe Street of Crocodiles (note that the translation is unlikely to be in the public domain)
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Bronislaw Kasper MalinowskiPOlish/BritishAnthropologist/writer5/16/1942
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Mikhail Andreyevich OsorginRussia Author27/11/1942Quiet Street, My Sister's Story
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Lidia ZamenhofRussia (wrote in Esperanto)WriterHomo, Dio, Profeto (Man, God, Prophet)
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Margaret TurnbullScotlandScreenwriter and playwright12/6/1942
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Raymond Wilson ChambersUKLiterary scholar23/4/1942Widsith: A Study in Old English Heroic Legend
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AE WaiteUKMysticist19/5/1942 The Book of Ceremonial Magic, The Holy Kabbalah, A New Encyclopedia of Freemasonry, Pictorial Key to the Tarot
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WJ GhentUSASocialist writerThe Early Far West
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Rachel Lyman FieldUSANovelist, poet, children's fiction writer15/3/1942Hitty, Her First Hundred Years; Prayer for a Child (published post-humously: is this a problem?); Time Out of Mind
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Robert Greenleaf LeavittUSABotany authorOutlines of Botany for the High School Laboratory and Classroom
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Robert HunterUSAProgressive author14/05/1942
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Arthur Elmore BostwickUSA13/2/1942
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Anne Shannon MonroeUSAMaking a Business Woman
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Edward Irenaeus Prime-Stevenson (Xavier Mayne)USAImre: A Memorandum
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George Fort GibbsUSAThe Yellow Dove
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Grant Wood USApainter2/2/1942painted american gothic
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Will JamesUSA (born in Canada)Writer and artist3/9/1942Smoky the Cowhorse, Lone Cowboy
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William Alexander PercyLawyer, planter and poet21/01/1942Lanterns on the Levee
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Talbot HughesWriter on fine art and costume design
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Alfred Augustus Grace18/3/1942
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LM Montgomery
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