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Great Authors of Classic Literature.

By: Publishing, Britannica Educational.
Contributor(s): Nagle, Jeanne.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Essential Authors for Children & Teens: Publisher: Chicago : Britannica Educational Publishing, 2014Edition: 1.Description: 1 online resource (247 p.).ISBN: 9781622750856.Subject(s): Authors -- Biography -- Juvenile literature | Literature -- Bio-bibliography | Literature -- History and criticism -- Juvenile literatureGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Great Authors of Classic LiteratureDDC classification: 809 | 809.003 Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Cover Page; Half Title Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Introduction; Sherwood Anderson; Jane Austen; James Baldwin; Honoré de Balzac; The Brontë Sisters, Charlotte and Emily; John Bunyan; Samuel Butler; Willa Cather; Miguel de Cervantes; Kate Chopin; Joseph Conrad; James Fenimore Cooper; Stephen Crane; Daniel Defoe; Charles Dickens; John Dos Passos; Fyodor Dostoyevsky; Theodore Dreiser; George Eliot; Ralph Ellison; William Faulkner; F. Scott Fitzgerald; Gustave Flaubert; C.S. Forester; E.M. Forster; William Golding; Graham Greene; Thomas Hardy; Nathaniel Hawthorne
Ernest HemingwayHermann Hesse; Victor Hugo; Zora Neale Hurston; Aldous Huxley; Washington Irving; Henry James; James Joyce; Jack Kerouac; D.H. Lawrence; Harper Lee; Jack London; Bernard Malamud; W. Somerset Maugham; Carson McCullers; Herman Melville; Henry Miller; Vladimir Nabokov; Flannery O'Connor; George Orwell; J.D. Salinger; Upton Sinclair; John Steinbeck; Robert Louis Stevenson; Jonathan Swift; William Makepeace Thackeray; Leo Tolstoy; Anthony Trollope; Mark Twain; Evelyn Waugh; Edith Wharton; Virginia Woolf; Glossary; For More Information; For Further Reading; Index
Summary: Of the many millions of books written over the course of history, only a relatively small percentage have been deemed classics. Authors of classic literature are those who have penned works definitive of a style, movement, era, or ethos. Their works are timeless in message and scope. This essential volume chronicles the lives of many literary luminaries-including Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, Ernest Hemingway, and Virginia Woolf-examining their early histories, journeys to success, and greatest tomes.
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Cover Page; Half Title Page; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Introduction; Sherwood Anderson; Jane Austen; James Baldwin; Honoré de Balzac; The Brontë Sisters, Charlotte and Emily; John Bunyan; Samuel Butler; Willa Cather; Miguel de Cervantes; Kate Chopin; Joseph Conrad; James Fenimore Cooper; Stephen Crane; Daniel Defoe; Charles Dickens; John Dos Passos; Fyodor Dostoyevsky; Theodore Dreiser; George Eliot; Ralph Ellison; William Faulkner; F. Scott Fitzgerald; Gustave Flaubert; C.S. Forester; E.M. Forster; William Golding; Graham Greene; Thomas Hardy; Nathaniel Hawthorne

Ernest HemingwayHermann Hesse; Victor Hugo; Zora Neale Hurston; Aldous Huxley; Washington Irving; Henry James; James Joyce; Jack Kerouac; D.H. Lawrence; Harper Lee; Jack London; Bernard Malamud; W. Somerset Maugham; Carson McCullers; Herman Melville; Henry Miller; Vladimir Nabokov; Flannery O'Connor; George Orwell; J.D. Salinger; Upton Sinclair; John Steinbeck; Robert Louis Stevenson; Jonathan Swift; William Makepeace Thackeray; Leo Tolstoy; Anthony Trollope; Mark Twain; Evelyn Waugh; Edith Wharton; Virginia Woolf; Glossary; For More Information; For Further Reading; Index

Of the many millions of books written over the course of history, only a relatively small percentage have been deemed classics. Authors of classic literature are those who have penned works definitive of a style, movement, era, or ethos. Their works are timeless in message and scope. This essential volume chronicles the lives of many literary luminaries-including Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, Ernest Hemingway, and Virginia Woolf-examining their early histories, journeys to success, and greatest tomes.

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