Edward Bulwer-Lytton was a writer, politician, & member Parliament. He was very famous for his political work, as well as his historical-fiction books
Nora Ephron was a writer, journalist, and of course, filmmaker. Her screenplay for When Harry Met Sally was ranked as the 40th greatest screenplay of all time
Edward Lear (12 May, 1812 – 29 January, 1888) – poet, author, musician, and artist from England, remembered for his nonsense collections in the Book of Nonsense
Harper Lee (April 28, 1926 – 19 February, 2016) was a Pulitzer Prize winning novelist. She is known for her 1961 classic novel To Kill a Mockingbird.
Thomas McMahon (21 April, 1943 – 14 February, 1999) was an author and educator from Ohio. Mr. McMahon was also a pioneer in biomechanics and an investor.
James Branch Cabell was a Virginian author known for writing fantasy fiction, comedies, short stories, essays, as well as poetry
William Wordsworth was an English poet and journalist. He is considered one of the founders of English Romanticism and is best known for Lyrical Ballads
Andrew Marvell was an English poet, but in his lifetime he was better known as a politician he is considered to be one of the best Metaphysical poets
Discover the fascinating life of William Morris, poet, novelist who revolutionized British arts. Learn about architecture, marriage, and literary inspirations
Karl Gutzkow (17 March, 1811 – 16 December, 1878) was a German novelist and dramatist. He is known as a pioneer of the Young Germany movement