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English III: Authors

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Expressed the joys and difficulties of everyday puritan life in her book of poems muse lately sprung up in america and to my dear loving husband anne bradstreet
wrote many philosophical and scientific essays during the great awakening, most famous fire and brimstone sermon was sinners in the hands of an angry god johnathan edwards
son of a tribal elder in the powerful kingdon of benin; had a genuine love for the sea; renamed gustavas vassa; this ex slave worked for 10 years as his master's financial manager equiano
living legend of american theater married to marilyn monroe, wrote the crucible about mccarthyism, and won pulitzer prize fo rdeath of a salesman arthur miller
known for his portraylals of the bitter brutal norht in books such a the call of the wild and white fang. dies a millionaire at 40 jack london
from salinas, ca wrote the grapes of wrath and of mice and men john steinback
her novels of manners, age of innocence, examined the behavior of people and classes and portrayed new york wealthy society of the 1870s. wrote ethan froms edith wharton
author associated with the western pioneers and nebeaska; her novels include o pioneers!, my antonia, and pulitzer prize winner one of ours willa cather
the great gatsby fitzgerald
awarded the nobel prize for literature in 1949, made the fictitious county of yoknapatawpha famous. his novels written in the stream of consciousness included the sound and the fury, and as i lay dying. william faulkner
gloomy romantic and master of gothic horror. wrote a tell tale haert and the raven edgar allen poe
transcendentalist who wrote waleen and life in the woods thoreau
stories about puritas and ancestral guilt made him famous. his most masterpiece novel was the scarlet letter hawthorne
lincoln said she was somewhat responsible for starting the civil war with her best selling melodrama uncle tom's cabin harriet beecher stowe
realistic depictions of both manners and american speech were immortalized in the adventures of tom sawyer mark twain
louisiana native became one of the most powerful and controversial writers of her time. desiree's baby, and story of an hour kate chopin
dedicated first edition of leaves of grass to ralph waldo emerson and practically invented free verse poetry. walt whitman
mukrackraker journalist wrote the short story the occurance at owl creek bridge and the devil's dictionary feflected sardonic, cynical humor. ambrose bierce
narrative of the life of frederick dougulas
naturalist creaged maggie:a girl of the streets and the classic the red badge of courage.. stephen crane
transcendentalisst known as the sage of ocncord. authored numeous essays and speeched : nature and self reliance ralph waldo emerson
born in nyc. wrote legend of sleepy hollow and rip van winkls washington irving
first african american to attain national recognition and support with his writing. lyrics of a lowly life' worn out; and we wear the masks paul lawrence dunbar
abolitionist who was a preacher and former slave focused on women's rightsremperance, and workplace and prison reform. ain't i a woman sojourner truth
a worn path eudora welty
set in the south, bonds of family, weight of past. descendant of daniel boone. the jilting of granny weatherall katherine anne porter
the night the ghost got in james thurber
eatonville, florida. wrote their eyes were watching god. zora neal hurston
cane. change name to honor a hero of a novel that inspired him jean tumor
mothe rto son. montage fo a dream deferred langston hughes
jamaican. songs of jamaica. long way home claude mckay
louisana born editor novelist. conscience of an era. black thunder. hold fast to dreams arna bontemp
bornin kentucky used traditional forms and methods. I have a rendezvous with life. the black christ and my lives and how i lost them countee cullen
1st american to recieve the nobel prize for literature. babbit. main street sinclair lewis
from chicago. a raisin in the sun. lorrain hansbery
greatest american playright of modernist. eugene o'neil
served with ee cummings as an ambulance driver during wwi. won nebel prize for literature ernest hemmingway
used wordplay, unique typography and special punctuation in his writing. political prisoner during wwi ee cummings.
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