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Sierra VIncent

Beowulf Old English, Author unkown
Chaucer Middle English
Shakespeare The Renaissance, Hamlet, England
Cervantes The Renaissance, Don Quixote, Spain
Kings James Translation of the Bible The Renaissance, American, English
English Bible The Renaissance, England
John Milton Neoclassical, Paradise Island, England
Daniel Defoe Neoclassical, Robinson Crusoe, England
Johnathan Swift Neoclassical, Gulliver's Travels, England
Samuel Richardson Neoclassical, Pamela, England
Gray Neoclassical, "Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard", England
Ben Johnson Neoclassical, First English Dictionary, England
Lawrence Stern Neoclassical, Tristram Shandy, England
Revolutionary and Early National Period America
Ben Franklin Revolutionary, Autobiography,America, American
Noah Webster Revolutionary, Grammatical Institute of the English Language, , America
Ralph Waldo Emerson Nature, American, New England Writers
Charles Dickson Early Victorian, Pickwick Papers, England
Nathaniel Hawthorne Twice Told Tales & Scarlet Letter, American
Robert Browning, Lord Tennyson Early Victorian, Withering Heights, England Early Victorian, Jane Eyre, England
Edgar Allen Poe The Raven & Poems, America, New England Writer
Emily Bronte Charlotte Bronte (Sisters) Early Victorian, Withering Heights, England Early Victorian, Jane Eyre, England
Thackeray Early Victorian, Vanity Fair, Britain
Charles Dickens Early Victorian, David Copperfield, Britian
Elizabeth Barrett Browning Early Victorian, Sonnets from the Portuguese, England
Herman Melville Moby Dick, American, New England Writers
Harriet Beecher Stowe Early Victorian, Uncle Tom's Cabin, American
Henry David Thoreau Walden, American, New England Writers
Walt Whitman Leaves of Grass, America
Charles Darwin Early Victorian, Origin of Species, Britian
George Elliott Early Victorian, Mill on the Floss, English
Mary Shelley Romantic, Frankenstein, Britian
William Wordsworth & Samuel Taylor Coleridge Romantic, Lyrical Ballads, England
Jane Austen Romantic, Sense and Sensibility, Britain
Lord Byron Romantic, Don Juan 1 and 2, England
Sir Walter Scott Romantic, Ivanhoe, England
Karl Max Realistic, Das Kapital, German
Louisa May Alcott Realistic, Little Women, American
George Elliott (girl) Realistic, Middlemarch, England
Thomas Hardy Realistic, Far from the Madding Crowd, Britian
Mark Twain Realistic, Tom Sawyer & Huckleberry Fin, American
Henry James Realistic, Daisy Miller, American
Robert Louis Stevenson Realistic, Treasure Island, Britian
Henrik Ibsen Realistic, A Doll's House, Other (Norwegian)
Thomas Hardy Realistic, Tess of the D'Urbervilles, Britian
George Bernard Shaw Realistic, Mrs. Warren's Profession, Other (Irish)
Oscar Wilde Realistic, The importance of Being Earnest, Other (Irish)
Stephen Crane Realistic, The Red Badge of Courage, American
Theodore Dreiser Naturalistic and Symbolistic, Sister Carrie, American
Jack London Naturalistic and Symbolistic, Call of the Wild, American
Joseph Conrad Modernism, Heart of Darkness, Britian
Edith Wharton Modernism, The House of the Mirth, American
John Millington Synge Modernism, Playboy of the Western World, Irish
D.H. Lawrence Modernism, Sons, and Lovers, England
Willa Cather Modernism, O Pioneers, American
T.S. Elliot Modernism, The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock & The Waste Land, American
Aldous Huxley Modernism, Chrome Yellow, Britian
James Joyce Modernism, War, Ulysses, Irish
E.M. Forster Modernism, A Passage to India, England
Virginia Woolf Modernism, Mrs. Dalloway, England
T.E. Lawrence Modernism, The Seven Pillars of Wisdom, England
Earnest Hemmingway Modernism, The Sun Also Rises, American
William Faulkner Modernism, The Second and the Fury, American
W. B. Yates Modernism, Collected Poems, Irish
John Steinbeck Modernism, Of Mice and Men; the Red Pony, American
James Joyce Modernism, War, Finnegan's Wake, Irish
Richard Wright Modernism, War, Native Son, American
George Orwell Modernism, War, Animal Farm, England
Arthur Miller Modernism, War, Death of a Salesman (Playright), American
J.D. Salinger Modernism, War, The Catcher in the Rye, American
Samuel Beckett Modernism, Waiting for Godot, Irish
Vladmir Nabokov Modernism, Lolita, England
Jack Kerouac Modernism, On the Road, American
Chinua Achebe Modernism, Things Fall Apart, Nigerian
Iris Murdock Modernism, A Severed Head, Britian
Theodore Roethke Modernism, The Far Field, American
Sylvia Plath Postmodernist, Ariel, American
Maya Angelou Postmodernist, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, American
Alice Walker Postmodernist, The Color Purple, American
Raymond Carver Postmodernist, Cathedral, American
Toni Morris Postmodernist, Beloved, American
Amy Tan Postmodernist, The Joy Luck Club, Chinese American
Thomas Pynchon Postmodernist, Vineland, American
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