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British writers of all times
It can only be derived from this that over the course of 20 years Shakespeare has written pieces that cover the entire spectrum of people' s emotions and conflicts. An English-Airic Satiric, essaysist, politician, writer and clergyman, Jonathan Swift became dean of St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin. It is recalled an ihn für Werke werke wie Gullivers Reisen, A Modest Proposal, A Journal to Stella, Drapier's Letters, The Battle of the Books, An Argument Against Abolishing Christianity und A Tale of a Tub.
He is probably the leading English-speaking satirical poet and is less well known for his poems. Daniël Defoe, née Daniel Foe, was an English merchant, author, journalist and pamphlet who became famous for his novel Robinson Crusoe. Well-known as one of the first advocates of the novel, Defoe contributed to popularising the novel in Britain and, along with others such as Richardson, was one of the forerunners.
As a productive and multifaceted author, he has written more than 500 volumes, brochures and magazines on various subjects. An English author, Jane Austen's works of romance, which were among the landing aristocrats, made her one of the most widely reading writers in English-language. An English author and sociologist, Charles John Huffam Dickens is widely considered the greatest author of the Victory Age and the author of some of the world's most remarkable notions.
Now, his fictions and shorts are also well-loved. Robert Louis Stevenson - Scottish essays ist, poets and authors of poetry and travelling guides, best known for his adventurous novel. Most of Stevenson's tales are located in colourful places, they also have horrors and psychic tension. She was an English novelist of the nineteenth and nineteenth centuries whose novel Jane Eyre is regarded as a classical of European music.
Charlotte Brontë was borne on 21 April 1816 in Thornton, Yorkshire, England, and worked as a lecturer and governess before working on a book of poems with her two sister Emily and Anne, who were also writers. Brontë released the semi-autobiographical novel Jane Eyre in 1847, which became a hits and a literature classics.
Among her other books were Shirley and Villette. Ignatius Conan Doyle was a Scotish doctor and author, known for his tales about the investigator Sherlock Holmes, who is generally regarded as a landmark in the realm of mystery and for the adventure of Professor Challenger. A productive author, his other works comprise sci-fi narratives, theatre pieces, books, poems, non-fiction and historic books.
English-language poets, novelists and writers. His novels, among them The Jungle Book (a narrative book with "Rikki-Tikki-Tavi"), Just So Storys, Kim, many shorts, among them "The Man Who Would Be King"; and his poetry, his children's book are lasting classic of children's music.
Lady Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie was a Britsh author of fiction, shorts and theater. While she also composed fiction under the name Mary Westmacott, she is best known for her 66 mystery novel and more than 15 collection of shorts (mainly with Hercule Poirot or Miss Jane Marple), and her acclaimed West End pieces.
Christie is the best-selling writer of all times, according to the Guinness Book of Records. Your fiction has already paid for itself about four billion times. Better known as J.K. Rowling, Joanne "Jo" Rowling is a UK writer best known as the writer of the Harry Potter Fantasy franchise. Potter has attracted global interest, received numerous accolades, has become the best-selling book line in the story, and has been the foundation of a much-loved film family.
He was an English writer, dramatist and literature reviewer.