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Questions about the Anglo-Irish author Jonathan Swift (1667 – 1745) and his literary works.
Questions related to the English poet Ted Hughes (Edward James Hughes, 1930 – 1998) and his work. Hughes also published several translations of literary works. When asking about a poem, please use the…
For questions about the English author H. G. Wells (1866 – 1946) or about any of his literary works.
For questions about the non-lyrical parts of music (e.g. instrumentals) and how they relate to the literary aspects of music.
Questions related to the Elizabethan novel "Jack of Newbury" (1597) by Thomas Deloney. Use this tag with the tag [thomas-deloney].
for questions about works of literature originally created in the Latin language, along with the applicable author and work tags.
Questions related to the theater in England between the early 1560s and 1642 (the closing of the theaters ordered by the Long Parliament). This covers theatrical works written during the reigns of Eli…
For questions about the Space Trilogy by C.S. Lewis, or about any of its constituent novels: Out of the Silent Planet, Perelandra, and That Hideous Strength. Use with the [c-s-lewis] tag.
For questions about Gulliver's Travels, the satirical novel by Jonathon Swift. Use this tag with the [Jonathan-Swift] tag.
a novel by the British author Charlotte Brontë. Use this tag with the [charlotte-bronte] tag.
For questions about the 19th-century English author Charlotte Brontë or about any of her literary works, most famously the novel Jane Eyre.
Questions about the works of the Algerian-born French philosopher and author Albert Camus (1913 – 1960) or his life as a writer. He is best known for his works 'The Stranger', 'The Rebel' and others. …
For questions about nursery rhymes, traditional poems or songs for children.
For questions about The Iliad, the epic poem by Homer. Use in conjunction with [homer].
Questions about the works of French poet, novelist and dramatist Victor Hugo (1802 - 1885) and his life as a writer. Use this tag with [french-literature].
For questions regarding the American young-adult, mythology author Rick Riordan, and his novels, which include Percy Jackson and the Olympians, The Heroes of Olympus, Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asga…
For questions about the works of Vladimir Nabokov and his life as a writer.
For questions about the concept of authorial intent. Please do not use this tag for questions about authors' intentions as they relate to a specific passage of text.
A play by William Shakespeare, focusing on the Jew Shylock. Use this tag with the [william-shakespeare] tag.
Questions about James Joyce's final novel Finnegans Wake (1939). Use with the [james-joyce] tag.
For questions regarding Romeo and Juliet, a play written by William Shakespeare. Use together with the [william-shakespeare] tag.
For general questions about plays and theatrical performances as works of literature. If your question is about a specific play, use the title and author tags instead.
Questions related to the 1895 play The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde. Use this tag with the [oscar-wilde] tag.
For questions regarding the life and works of the playwright George Bernard Shaw.
Natsume Sōseki (1867-1916) was a Japanese author, who wrote novels such as "I Am a Cat", "Botchan", and "Kokoro". Use this tag for questions about him and his works, along with the work tag when appli…
From questions about "I Am a Cat" (吾輩は猫である), a collection of episodes from the life of a cat in early 20th century Japan, written by Natsume Sōseki. Use with the [natsume-soseki] and [japanese-literat…
For questions about the series of fantasy novels, and the franchise of comics, games, and TV series they spawned. Use with [andrzej-sapkowski], [polish-literature], [comics], and [video-games], as app…
For questions about the novel, or the way it relates to its adaptations. Use with the [neil-gaiman] tag.
For questions regarding the life and works of Canadian singer, songwriter, and author Leonard Cohen. Use with [lyrics] or [poetry] tags when necessary.
Questions related to Elif Şafak's novel The Forty Rules of Love. Use this tag with the [elif-shafak] tag.
Questions about the American novelist and academic Toni Morrison (born 1931) and her works. Morrison's novels include The Bluest Eye (1970), Song of Solomon (1977) and Beloved (1987).
For questions about morals in the literary sense - lessons that can be derived from a story. Not to be used for general questions about right and wrong in a story.
Questions about the works of Dan Brown (e.g. Angels & Demons, The Da Vinci Code and Inferno) or his life as a writer.
For questions about the works of John Steinbeck and his life as a writer.