Elizabeth Jolley (4 June, 1923 – 13 February, 2007) was a multiple award winning Australian writer, novelist, and short story teller.
Oscar Wilde ((16, October 1854 – 30, November 1900) was an Irish poet, social activist, and playwright, famous for his writings as he was lifestyle.
John Galsworthy (14 August, 1867 – 31 January, 1933) was an English novelist and playwright, as well as the 1932 Nobel Prize in Literature winner.
As a faculty member at Kenyon College in Gambier, Ohio he founded the Kenyon Review and was its editor until he retired.
C.S. Lewis (29, November 1898 – 22, November 1963) was an Irish writer and academic, mostly known for his book The Screwtape Letters and The Chronicles of Narni
Alain Locke (13 September, 1885 – 9 June, 1954) was a writer, educator, philosopher and a a leading African-American intellectual hailing from Philadelphia, PA.
Max Beerbohm was an English writer, and caricaturist. Among his siblings were actor Herbert Beerbohm Tree, author Constance Beerbohm, & explorer Julius Beerbohm
Laurence Binyon (10 August, 1869 – 10 March, 1943) was a poet, dramatist and art scholar from England, winner of the Newdigate Prize for poetry
William Faulkner (25 September, 1897 – 6 July, 1962) was an American writer of plays, short stories, essays, screenplays and novels.
Jane Austen (16 December 1775 – 18 July 1817) one of the most wildly read authors in English literature whose social commentary has taken on a life of its own