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Literature Authors

Literature for WGU

QuestionAnswer
Aeschylus Prometheus Bound
Euripides Medea
Homer Odyssey
Virgil The Aneid
Ovid Metamorphosis
Dorace The Odes
Sappio Hymn to Aphrodite
Aristophanes Lysistrata
Sophocles Antigone
Chaucer Canterbury Tales
Unknown Beowulf
Anna Comnena Alexiad
Will Langland Pier's Plowman
Sir Thomas Mallory Le Morte d'Arthur
Margery Kemp Book of Margery Kemp
John Gower Vox Clemantis
Jan Ruiz Book of Good Love
Lady Mary Wroth Countesse of Montgomeries
Sir Philip Sydney Astrophel and Stella
John Donne A valediction: Forbidding Mourning
Michael drayton Since there's no help
Ben Johnson To Celia
Edmund Spencer The Faerie Queene
John Milton Paradise Lost
William Shakespeare Romeo and Juliet
Christopher Marlow Dr. Faustus
John Gay Beggar's Opera
Anne Bradstreet - neoclassical Author to Her Book
John Swift Gulliver's Travels
Thomas Gray Elegy written in a country churchyard
Daniel Defoe Robinson Crusoe
Robert Herrick To the Virgins...
Henry Fielding Tom Jones
Alexander Pope Rape of the Lock
John Dryden Mack Flecknoe
William Congrove Way of the World
John Winthrop Model of Christian Charity
John Smith History of Virginia
Cotton Mather Pillars of Salt
Thomas Harriott Brief and True Report
William Bradford Of Plymouth Plantation
Samson Occom A short Narrative of my life
Olaudah Equiano Interesting Narrative
Anne Bradstreet- Colonial Upon the Burning house and 10th Muse
Phyllis Wheatley Being Brought from Africa to America
Michael Wigglesworth Day of Doom
Thomas Paine Common Sense, American Crisis
Thomas Jefferson Declaration of Independence
Ben Franklin Poor Richard's Almanac, They Autobiogrophy
J. Hector St. John De Crevecoeur Letters from an American Farmer
Jonathan Edwards Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God
Royall Tyler The Contrast
Washington Irving The Sketchbook
Susannah Rowson Charlotte Temple
James Fenimore Cooper The Spy
William Hill brown Power of Sympathy
Charles Brockden Brown Wieland
Herman Melville Moby Dick
Mary Shelley Frankenstein
Charlotte Bronte Jane Eyre
Samuel Taylor Coleridge Rime of the Ancient Mariner
Thomas Hardy Tess of the D'ubervilles
Charles Dickens great expectations
John Keats To Autumn
George Eliot Middlemarch
Mark Twain Huck Finn
Walt Whitman Leaves of Grass
Emily Dickenson Because I could not stop for death
Kate Chopin The Awakening
Nathaniel Hawthorne The Scarlett letter
Jane Austen Pride and Prejudice
Ezra Pound Cantos
Virginia Woolf Mrs. Dalloway
Alice Walker the color Purple
JD Salinger Catcher in the rye
James Joyce Ulysses
William Faulkner The sound and the fury
EE Cummings Anyone lived in a pretty how town
TS Eliot Love song of J alfred Prufrock
Gwen Brooks We Real Cool
Anne Sexton Cinderella
Sylvia Plath The Bell Jar
William Butler Yates Second Coming
Langston Hughes Theme for English B
John Steinback Grapes of Wrath
Arthur Miller The Crucible
F. Scott Fitzgerald The Great Gatsby
Ernest Hemingway Farewell to Arms
Robert Frost Fire and Ice
Wilfred Owen Anthem for Doomed Youth
Kurt Vonnegut Slaughterhouse 5
Toni Morrison Beloved
Norman Mailer Executioner's Song
Terrance McNally Angels in America
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