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Mazo de la Roche was born in Canada in 1879. She is most known for [...]
Hope Mirrlees was born on 8 April 1887 in Kent. She studied classics at Cambridge [...]
West-Running Brook is a collection of poetry written by Robert Frost. It was first published in [...]
Quotes from the Poetry of Mina Loy “At your mercy Our Universe Is only A [...]
Elsie Dunn, better known as Evelyn Scott, is a prime example of a lost Modernist. [...]
Kay Boyle was a political activist, writer, two-time O. Henry Award winner, and receiver of [...]
In 1876, Mary Roberts Rinehart was born in what is today known as Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. [...]
Thomas Wolfe was born on October 3, 1900 in Asheville, North Carolina. He shares his [...]
Born on September 15, 1889 in Jamaica, Claude McKay was one of the leading voices [...]
On September 8, 1907, Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas met. Three years and one [...]
Known for her brilliance and wit, Dorothy Parker was an established female writer during her [...]
Hailed as an early confessional poet, Sara Teasdale won a Pulitzer Prize in 1918. Teasdale [...]
Francesca Mancino is a Master’s in English student at Case Western Reserve University. After this degree, she intends to open a bookshop in Naples, Florida.
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