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William Makepeace Thackeray (1811–1863), British novelist, best known for the satire "Vanity Fair".
a novel by William Makepeace Thackeray that satirises British society in the early 19th century. Use with the [william-makepeace-thackeray] tag.
For question about the works within the Uplift Universe by David Brin. Use with the [david-brin] tag
For question about the life and works of David Brin, the American author of science fiction
an author and literature professor at Yale University.
Introduction to the Theory of Literature (English 300) is a Yale Open Course taught by Professor Paul Fry. Use with the [paul-fry] tag.
For questions on lectures on literature-related topics
Ann Quin (1936–73), English experimental novelist, most well-known for her first novel "Berg" (1964).
"Berg" (1964), an experimental novel by Ann Quin. Use this tag with the [ann-quin] tag.
Elwyn Brooks White (1899–1985) was an American writer, notable for "The Elements of Style" and for children's books including "Stuart Little" and "Charlotte's Web".
Questions about the works of the English author Andrea Levy (1956 – 2019) and her life as a writer.
Robin Hood, a character in English folklore.
John Locke (1632–1704), English philosopher and author of "An Essay Concerning Human Understanding".
Questions related to the Scottish economist and philosopher Adam Smith (1723 – 1790) and his life as a writer. Smith is best known for his studies ' The Theory of Moral Sentiments' (1759) and 'An Inqu…
"Jerusalem Delivered" ("La Gerusalemme liberata"), 1581, an epic poem by Torquato Tasso about the First Crusade. Translated into English by Edward Fairfax (1600). Use with the [torquato-tasso] tag.
Torquato Tasso (1544–1595), Italian poet, author of the epic "Jerusalem Delivered" ("Gerusalemme liberata", 1581).
"La Reine Margot", an 1845 historical novel by Alexandre Dumas, père, about the life of Marguerite de Valois. Use with the [alexandre-dumas-pere] tag.
"Burmese Days", a 1934 novel by George Orwell. Use with the [george-orwell] tag.
Questions related to the Scottish philosopher David Hume (1711 – 1776) and his life as a writer. His major works include 'A Treatise of Human Nature' (1738), 'An Enquiry Concerning Human Understanding…
Questions related to 'A Treatise of Human Nature' (1738–40), which is possibly David Hume's most important work. Use this tag with the [david-hume] tag.
Thomas Gray (1716–1771), English poet, known for "Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard".
"No Country for Old Men", a 2005 crime novel by Cormac McCarthy. Use with the [cormac-mccarthy] tag.
Questions related to the Russian philosopher and literary critic Mikhail Bakhtin (Михаи́л Миха́йлович Бахти́н, 1895 – 1975) and his works. Use this tag with the [russian-literature] tag.
"The Three Musketeers" ("Les trois mousquetaires"), an 1844 historical novel by Alexandre Dumas, père. Use with the [alexandre-dumas-pere] tag.
Down" is a 1942 novel by John Steinbeck about a town's resistance to military occupation. Use this tag with the [john-steinbeck] tag.
John Buchan (1875–1940), Scottish novelist, author of "The Thirty-Nine Steps" (1915).
"The Thirty-Nine Steps" (1915), an adventure novel by John Buchan. Use with the [john-buchan] tag.
For question about the 1985 novel by the English author Philip Pullman; use with the [philip-pullman] tag
For question about the life and works of the American author Gillian Flynn.
The 2012 mystery/thriller novel by Gillian Flynn; use with the [gillian-flynn] tag.
the Italian children's book series by Elisabetta Dami; use with the [italian-literature] and [elisabetta-dami] tags
the Italian author known for the children's book series "Geronimo Stilton"; use with the [italian-literature] tag
the children's literature franchise by Stan, Jan, and Mike Berenstain
the 2018 novel by the American author Meg Wolitzer; use with the [meg-wolitzer] tag
the American author of novels, known for "The Wife", "The Ten-Year Nap", "The Uncoupling", "The Interestings", and "The Female Persuasion"