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Questions about 'A Supplement to the Journey to the West' (西游补 / Xī Yóu Bǔ), a Chinese novel written around 1640 as an addendum to the classic novel 'Journey to the West' (西遊記 / Xīyóu Jì).
Questions about the works of the Norwegian author Knut Hamsun (1859 – 1952) and his life as a writer. He is best known for his 1890 novel 'Hunger'. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in literature in 1920…
Thomas Paine (1737–1809), American philosopher and revolutionary. His notable works include "Common Sense" (1776) and "Rights of Man" (1791).
Elinor Wylie (1885–1928), American poet.
"Rosemary's Baby" (1967), a horror novel by Ira Levin (adapted into the film of the same name by Roman Polanski). Use this tag with the [ira-levin] tag.
Ira Levin (1929–2007), American writer. His novels include "A Kiss Before Dying" (1953), "Rosemary's Baby" (1967), "The Stepford Wives" (1972), and "The Boys from Brazil" (1976).
Author of the Brut, a Middle English epic poem that, among other things, is a major source of Arthurian legend.
Yuval Noah Harari (born 1976), Israeli historian, best known for popular works including "A Brief History of Humankind" (2014).
Questions about the works of the Athenian tragedian Euripides (fifth century BCE) and his life as a writer. Use this tag with the [greek-literature] tag.
Questions about the Spanish prose writer Baltasar Gracián y Morales (1601 – 1658) and his life as a writer. Use this tag with the [spanish-literature] tag.
Questions about the works of the Roman politician, orator and philosopher Marcus Tullius Cicero (106 BC – 43 BC) and his life as a writer. He is best known for his orations, such as 'In Verrem' and 'I…
Questions about the 'Tusculanae Disputationes' or 'Tusculan Disputations' by Marcus Tullius Cicero, which were written around 45 BC. Use this tag with the tags [cicero] and [latin-literature].
Questions related to the Roman poet Sextus Propertius (first century BC) and his life as a writer. His only surviving work is the four books of 'Elegiae' or 'Elegies'. Use this tag with the [latin-lit…
Questions about the 'Elegies' ('Elegiae'), the only surviving work by the first-century poet Sextus Propertius. Use this tag with [propertius] and [latin-literature].
"Gravity's Rainbow", a 1973 novel by Thomas Pynchon. Use with the [thomas-pynchon] tag.
"Joseph and His Brothers" ("Joseph und seine Brüder"), a novel by Thomas Mann, published in four parts, 1933–1943. Use with the [thomas-mann] tag.
François-Marie Arouet (1694–1778), better known by his pen-name "Voltaire", French philosopher and novelist, author of "Candide, ou l'Optimisme" (1759). Use this tag with the tag [french-literature].
"Candide, ou l'Optimisme", a 1759 satirical novel by Voltaire. Use this tag with [voltaire] and [french-literature].
"The Glass Menagerie", a 1944 play by Tennessee Williams. Use with the [tennessee-williams] tag.
For questions about literature which was originally written in the Punjabi language of India and Pakistan, regardless of the author or place of publication.
"A Tale of a Tub" (1704), a satire by Jonathan Swift. Use with the [jonathan-swift] tag.