William Gaddis was an American novelist and satirist. Mr. Gaddis is known for his novel, The Recognitions which was named one of Time Magazine’s 100 best novels
The Bully Pulpit by Doris Kearns Goodwin could be considered three books in one. Two biographies and a history of investigative journalism
I specifically enjoyed Mr. Tetro’s techniques of aging his paintings. How he managed to buy old paper, as well as interesting tidbits about art history.
Edwin Arlington Robinson (22 December, 1869 – 6 April, 1935) was a poet, playwright, Pulitzer Prize winner, and Nobel Prize nominee.
All About Me! concentrates more on the author’s entertainment portfolio, and all the things which made Melvin Kaminsky into Mel Brooks.
I fully realized I was being manipulated, and yet I couldn’t stop reading. The historical detail paired with engaging characters made the novel appealing
Muriel Rukeyser was an American writer, biographer, and political activist. She is know for her poems on social justice, Judaism, equality, and feminism
I especially enjoyed reading about his relationship with General Sherman & Abraham Lincoln. Grant writes in direct and precise language, with a clear narrative
I thought the novelization of movie-making made the process a lot more interesting, capturing the energy, excitement, and mechanics
Bjørnstjerne Martinius Bjørnson was a Norwegian politician, poet and novelist. He is considered to be one of the four great Norwegian writers