Mihály Vörösmarty (1 December, 1800 -19 November, 1855) was one of the most important poets in Hungary, still considered one of the Magyars’ greatest poets
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Alison Lurie was an American writer of novels, short stories, essays, and children’s books. Her book, Foreign Affairs won the Pulitzer Prize for fiction
Thomas Hughes was an English author, social reform advocate, and lawyer. He is remembered for his semi-biographical work Tom Brown’s School Days.
Grazia Deledda was an Italian writer known as “The Voice of Sardinia”. She was the first Italian woman, and second woman, to be awarded the Nobel Prize
Percy Bysshe Shelley was a radical English Romantic poet. Even though he was never famous during his lifetime, Mr. Shelley got growing recognition posthumously
Gerard Manley Hopkins was an English religious poet and priest. He found fame after his death, and is considered one of the great poets of the Victorian era
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Discover the fascinating life of William Morris, poet, novelist who revolutionized British arts. Learn about architecture, marriage, and literary inspirations
Thomas Otway (3 March, 1652 – 14 April, 1685) was an dramatist, poet, and playwright from England. He is best known for his play Venice Preserv’d.
George Moore was an Irish novelist, poet, critic, and writer. Mr. Moore is often said to be the great modern Irish novelist, known for his book Esther Waters