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Lit. History Authors

Tyra Steele

TermDefinition
Martin Luther German;English Renaissance
Machiavelli Italian;English Renaissance
William Shakespeare English;English Renaissance
Cervantes Spain;English Renaissance
King James English;English Renaissance
John Milton English;Neoclassical Period
Sir Isaac Newton English;Neoclassical Period
Daniel Defoe English;Neoclassical Period
Jonathan Swift English;Neoclassical Period
Samuel Richardson English;Neoclassical Period
Henry Fielding English;Neoclassical Period
Gray English;Neoclassical Period
Ben Johnson English;Neoclassical Period
Lawrence Stern English;Neoclassical Period
Oliver Goldsmith English;Neoclassical Period
Ben Franklin American;Neoclassical Period
Noah Webster English;Neoclassical Period
William Wordsworth English;Romantic Period
Samuel Taylor Coleridge English;Romantic Period
Jane Austen English;Romantic Period
Mary Shelley English;Romantic Period
Lord Byron English;Romantic Period
Sir Walter Scott English;Romantic Period
Edgar Allan Poe American;Romantic Period
Ralph Waldo Emerson American;American Renaissance
Charles Dickens English;American Renaissance
Nathaniel Hawthorne American;American Renaissance
Robert Browning English;American Renaissance
Lord Tennyson English;American Renaissance
Emily Bronte English;American Renaissance
Charlotte Bronte English;American Renaissance
Thackeray English;American Renaissance
Elizabeth Barrett Browning American;American Renaissance
Herman Melville American;American Renaissance
Harriet Beecher Stowe American;American Renaissance
Henry David Thoreau American;American Renaissance
Walt Whitman American;American Renaissance
Charles Darwin English;American Renaissance
George Eliot(Mary Ann Evans) English;American Renaissance
Karl Marx American;Realistic Period
Louisa May Alcott American;Realistic Period
Thomas Hardy English;Realistic Period
Mark Twain American;Realistic Period
Henry James English;Realistic Period
Henrik Ibsen Scandinavian;Realistic Period
Robert Louis Stevenson English;Realistic Period
George Bernard Shaw English;Realistic Period
Oscar Wilde English;Realistic Period
Stephen Crane American;Realistic Period
Theodore Dreiser American;Modernism(Naturalistic/Symbolistic Period)
Joseph Conrad Russian;Modernism(Edwardian Period)
Jack London American;Modernism(Edwaardian Period)
Edith Wharton American;Modernism(Edwardian Period)
John Millington Synge Irish;Modernism(Edwardian Period)
D.H. Lawrence English;Modernism(Edwardian Period)
Willa Cather American;Modernism(Edwardian Period)
T.S. Eliot American;Modernism(First World War)
Aldous Huxley English;Modernism(First World War)
James Joyce Irish;Modernism(First World War)
E.M. Forster English;Modernism(First World War)
Virginia Woolf English;Modernism(First World War)
T.E. Lawrence English;Modernism(First World War)
Earnest Hemingway American;Modernism
William Faulkner American;Modernism(First World War)
W.B. Yeats Irish;Modernism(First World War)
John Steinbeck American;Modernism(First World War)
Richard Wright American;Modernism(WWII)
George Orwell English;Modernism(WWII)
Arthur Miller American;Modernism(WWII)
J.D Salinger American;Modernism(WWII)
Samuel Beckett Irish;Modernism(WWII)
Vladimir Nabokov Russian;Modernism(WWII)
Jack Kerouac American;Modernism(WWII)
Chinua Achebe Nigerian;Modernism(WWII)
Iris Murdock English;Modernism(WWII)
Theodore Roethke American;Modernism(WWII)
Sylvia Plath American;Postmodernism
Maya Angelou American;Postmodernism
Alice Walker American;Postmodernism
Raymond Carver American;Postmodernism
Toni Morrison American;Postmodernism
Amy Tan Chinese American;Postmodernism
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