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Questions about the Hungarian children's author, artist and illustrator Val Biro (1921 – 2014) and his life as a writer.
Questions about the series of children's stories by Val Biro which concern a 1926 Austin 12 also known as "Gumdrop". Use this tag with the tag [val-biro].
Toru Dutt (1856–1877), Bengali poet and novelist, author of "Ancient Ballads and Legends of Hindustan" (1882).
Questions about Thomas Pynchon's 1965 novel 'The Crying of Lot 49'. Use this tag with [thomas-pynchon].
For questions about the works of Sara Collins and her life as an author. Questions about her works should be tagged likewise.
Questions about the novel 'The Confessions of Frannie Langton' (2019) by Sara Collins. Use this tag with the tag [sara-collins].
Edward Page Mitchell (1852–1927), American short story writer and pioneer of science fiction.
Questions about the works of the Chinese writer Yuan Zhen (779 – 831) and his life as a writer. Yuan Zhen is known as a poet and as the author of the short story "Biography of Ying-ying". Use this tag…
Questions about the works of the Canadian author Oriah Mountain Dreamer and her life as a writer.
Questions about the Chinese writer Pu Songling (1640 – 1715) and his life as a writer. Pu Songling is best known for his short stories, which were collected in "Strange Stories from a Chinese Studio" …
Christopher Tolkien (1924–2020), English editor of the works of his father, J. R. R. Tolkien, including "The Silmarillion" (1977) and "The History of Middle-earth" (twelve volumes, 1983–1996).
Questions about the body of work that presents the background to J. R. R. Tolkien's fantasy novel 'The Lord of the Rings'. Use this tag with [j-r-r-tolkien], [christopher-tolkien] or both, depending o…
Questions about the French philosopher and writer Denis Diderot (1713 – 1784) and his life as a writer. Use this tag with the tag [french-literature].
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"
Norman Mailer (1923-2007), the American author, essayist, journalist, actor, and playwright.
the 1955 novel by the American author Norman Mailer; use with the [norman-mailer] tag
For questions about the Korean-American author Min Jin Lee (born 1968) or any of her works. If this is a question about one of her novels, that work in question should be tagged as well.
For questions about the historical-fiction novel "Pachinko" by Korean-American author Min Jin Lee. Questions about this work should also be tagged with [min-jin-lee].
Charles Burton Burdick (1927-1998), the American military historian
For works by the Austrian-American physicist Harold P. Fürth (1930 – 2002) and his life as defined by the Help Center. If this is a specific question about physics, it should be asked on Physics SE in…
Questions about the play 'Le Bourgeois gentilhomme' by Molière. Use this tag with the tag [french-literature].
For question about the 1985 novel by the English author Philip Pullman; use with the [philip-pullman] tag
"Master and Commander" (1969), a novel by Patrick O'Brian, the first in the "Aubrey–Maturin" series. Use with the [patrick-obrian] tag.
Patrick O'Brian (1914–2000), English novelist, best known for the "Aubrey–Maturin" series of historical novels.
Questions about the English poet and hymn writer William Cowper (1731 – 1800) and his life as a writer.
Questions about the works of the Irish poet and playwright Louis MacNeice (1907 – 1963) and his life as a writer.
Questions about the series of twelve short narrative poems or lais by Marie de France (fl. 1160 to 1215). Use this tag with [french-literature].
Questions about the works of the French poet Marie de France (fl. 1160 to 1215) and her life as a writer. Use this tag with the tag [french-literature].
For questions about "The Wind-up Bird Chronicle", a novel by Haruki Murakami which was first published in three parts in Japanese in 1994-1995.. Use with the [haruki-murakami] and [japanese-literature…
Zitkála-Šá (1876–1938), Sioux writer, author of "The Sun Dance Opera" (1913).
Bama (born 1958), Tamil novelist, known for her autobiographical novel "Karukku" (1992). Questions about her works should be tagged [tamil-literature].
Emily Jane Pfeiffer (1827–1890), Welsh poet.