Enid Bangold (27 October, 1889 – 31 March, 1981) was a British writer, feminist, and autobiographer. She is known for her story National Velvet.
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Luovico Ariosto (8 September, 1474 – 6 July, 1533) was a notable Italian poet. He is still remembered for Orlando Furioso, his 1516 romance epic.
Killin’ Generals: The Making of the Dirty Dozen, the Most Iconic WW II Movie of All Time takes a look at the The Dirty Dozen, from the book to the big screen
A biography of Anna Rosenberg, a Hungarian Jewish immigrant who helped millions of Americans through legislation, competence, and leadership
Sea Stories is not a tell-all book, athe Admiral is a meticulous planner, a great leader, and a strategic genius, which makes the stories very absorbing.
Martin Opitz was a German poet and literary theorist who was considered to be the greatest poet in the land during his lifetime.
Relying on documents relating to Harrison’s activity in Indiana from the Indiana Historical Society, the author provides a window into frontier challenges
Alphonse de Lamartine was a poet, author, and statement from French. He is remembered for being a key player in the foundation of the Second Republic
I loved how the author incorporated scenes from The Little Prince into the narrative, allowing Saint-Exupéry to build his classic over the years
Roland Barthes (12 November, 1915 – 26 March, 1980) a French philosopher,critic, essayist, and theorist. Mr. Barthe’s ideas influenced many schools of theory.