Archive For The “Great literary works” Category

Ursula K. Le Guin ✓

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Ursula K. Le Guin ✓

American writer, born in Berkeley on October 21, 1929. She is considered one of the masters of the fantastic literature of the twentieth century. Ursula K. Le Guin A graduate in anthropology, Le Guin has moved his interest in human society. Its evolution and origin, to the greater part of its literary production. As well…

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Charles Dickens ✅

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Charles Dickens ✅

Charles Dickens, born February 7, 1812, in Portsmouth. He is considered the most famous of the writers of the Victorian era in England. As well as one of the undoubted universal classics of literature. Of a humble family, his father ended up being incarcerated for debt problems. Which led a Dickens still a child to…

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Isabel Allende ✓

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Isabel Allende ✓

Chilean author, Isabel Allende was born in a family of diplomats, being his father Ambassador of Chile in Peru. Because of this he grew up and studied in countries like Peru, Bolivia, Lebanon or Chile. Receiving high quality private education in American schools. First established in Santiago de Chile. Allende worked as a journalist for…

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Alejandro Dumas ✅

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Alejandro Dumas ✅

A writer of novels, Folletines and plays, Alejandro Dumas was one of the most famous authors of 19th century France. And that ended up becoming a classic of literature. Thanks to works such as The Three Musketeers (1844) or the Count of Montecristo (1845) Dumas was born in Villers-Cotterêts in 1802, of military father-who died…

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Carlos Fuentes ✓

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Carlos Fuentes ✓

Carlos Fuentes. Mexican author and diplomat Carlos Fuentes was one of the great Hispanic-American writers of the twentieth century. Being known especially for his mastery of novel and essay. where he analyzed with great success the Spanish literature. Fuentes spent his childhood among several countries because of his father’s diplomatic work. Although he studied law…

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Joanne Kathleen Rowling ✅

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Joanne Kathleen Rowling  ✅

A writer and Scottish film producer, Joanne Kathleen Rowling is known primarily for her series of youth books starring Harry Potter. Real literary phenomenon worldwide that has managed to sell more than 400 million copies. Being translated into more than 20 languages. Rowling studied classical and French philology. I work as a researcher and secretary…

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Philip Kerr ✓

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Philip Kerr ✓

Scottish writer, Philip Kerr is known for his novels dedicated to the black genre. In which it lends, in a habitual way, a great care in what its historical ambience respects. Kerr studied law at the University of Birmingham and worked for several years for large advertising agencies. Before he devoted himself entirely to literature….

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Émile Zola ✅

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Émile Zola ✅

Émile Zola was a French writer who was born in Paris on April 2, 1840. And who died in the same city on September 29th, 1902. Considered the leader of the literary movement called Naturalism. An extreme realism based on the description and on the physiological theories of thinkers like Hippolyte Taino. Born in a…

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Aldous Huxley ✓

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Aldous Huxley ✓

Aldous Huxley was an English writer, poet and philosopher, a member of an important family of intellectuals. Among them were eminent biologists and even a Nobel laureate. As a young man, Huxley suffered serious visual problems that delayed his college education at Oxford. But once his illness was over he finished his studies and travelled…

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Ernest Hemingway ✅

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Ernest Hemingway ✅

American writer Ernest Hemingway was one of the great American authors of the twentieth century. and is considered one of the key figures in the contemporary novel. Awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1954. Hemingway began his career as a journalist, writing for the Kansas City Star. But his craving for adventure and action…

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