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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).
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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…
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Thomas Paine (1737–1809), American philosopher and revolutionary. His notable works include "Common Sense" (1776) and "Rights of Man" (1791).
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Elinor Wylie (1885–1928), American poet.
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"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.
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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).
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Author of the Brut, a Middle English epic poem that, among other things, is a major source of Arthurian legend.
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Yuval Noah Harari (born 1976), Israeli historian, best known for popular works including "A Brief History of Humankind" (2014).
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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.
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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.
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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…
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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].
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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…
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Questions about the 'Elegies' ('Elegiae'), the only surviving work by the first-century poet Sextus Propertius. Use this tag with [propertius] and [latin-literature].
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"Gravity's Rainbow", a 1973 novel by Thomas Pynchon. Use with the [thomas-pynchon] tag.
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"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.
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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].
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"Candide, ou l'Optimisme", a 1759 satirical novel by Voltaire. Use this tag with [voltaire] and [french-literature].
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"The Glass Menagerie", a 1944 play by Tennessee Williams. Use with the [tennessee-williams] tag.
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For questions about literature which was originally written in the Punjabi language of India and Pakistan, regardless of the author or place of publication.
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"A Tale of a Tub" (1704), a satire by Jonathan Swift. Use with the [jonathan-swift] tag.