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literary period


Chaucer Middle English,
Shakespere The Renaissance, England
Cervantes The Renaissance, Spain
King James Translation of the Bible The Renaissance
English Bible The Renaissance, England
John Milton Neoclassical, England
Daniel Defoe Neoclassical, England
Jonathan Swift Neoclassical, England
Samuel Richardson Neoclassical, England
Gray Neoclassical, England
Ben Johnson Neoclassical, Enland
Lawrence Stern Neoclassical, England
Ben Franklin Neoclassical, America
Noah Webster Neoclassical, America
Ralph Emerson Early Victorian, America
Charles Dickens Early Victorian, England
Nathaniel Hawthorne Early Victorian, America
Robert Browning, Lord Tennyson Early Victorian, England
Edgar Allen Poe Early Victorian, America
Emily Bronte & Charlotte Bronte (sisters) Early Victorian, England
Thackeray Early Victorian, Britian
Elizabeth Barrett Browning Early Victorian, England
Herman Melville Early Victorian, America
Harriet Beecher Stowe Early Victorian, America
Henry David Thoreau Early Victorian, America
Charles Darwin Early Victorian, Britian
George Elliot Early Victorian, English
Mary Shelley Romantic, Britian
William Wordsworth & Samuel Taylor Coleridge Romantic, England
Jane Austen Romantic, Britian
Lord Byron Romantic, England
Sir Walter Scott Romantic, England
Karl Marx Realistic, Germany
Louisa May Alcott Realistic, America
George Elliot (girl) Realistic, England
Thomas Hardy Realistic, Britian
Mark Twain Realistic, America
Henry James Realistic, America
Robert Louis Stevenson Realistic, Britian
Henrik Ibsen Realistic, Norwegian
George Bernard Shaw Realistic, Irish
Oscar Wilde Realistic, Irish
Stephen Crane Realistic, America
Theodore Drieser Naturalistic & Symbolic, America
Jack London Naturalistic & Symbolic, America
Joseph Conrad Modernism, Britian
Edith Wharton Modernism, America
John Millington Synge Modernism, Irish
D.H. Lawrence Modernism, England
Willa Cather Modernism, America
T.S. Eliot Modernism, America
Aldous Huxley Modernism, Britian
James Joyce Modernism, Irish
E.M. Foster Modernism, England
Virginia Woolf Modernism, England
T.E. Lawrence Modernism, England
Earnest Hemingway Modernism, America
William Faulkner Modernism, America
W.B. Yeats Modernism, Irish
John Steinback Modernism, America
James Joyce Modernism, Irish
Richard Wright Modernism, America
George Orwell Modernism, England
Arthur Miller Modernism, American
J.D. Salinger Modernism, America
Samuel Beckett Modernism, Irish
Vladmir Nabokov Modernism, England
Jack Kerouac Modernism, America
Chinua Achebe Modernism, Nigeria
Iris Murdock Modernism, Britian
Theodore Roethke Modernism, America
Sylvia Plath Postmodernism, America
Maya Angelou Postmodernism, America
Alice Walker Postmodernism, America
Raymond Carver Postmodernism, America
Toni Morrison Postmodernism, America
Amy Tan Postmodernism, America
Thomas Pynchon Postmodernism, America
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