Archive For The “Written thoughts” Category

William Faulkner ✅

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William Faulkner ✅

BIOGRAPHY OF WILLIAM FAULKNER William Faulkner. American Narrator and poet whose work highlights psychological drama and emotional depth. He Is considered one of the greatest authors of the TWENTIETH Century, awarded in 1949 with the Nobel Prize in Literature and considered one of the fathers of the contemporary novel. Biographical Synthesis He Was Born on…

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Philip K Dick ✅

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Philip K Dick ✅

BIOGRAPHY OF PHILIP K DICK Philip Kindred Dick (Chicago, December 16, 1928-Santa Ana, March 2, 1982), better known as Philip K. Dick, was a prolific American writer and novelist of science fiction, which greatly influenced that genre. He Is recognized for his novels and science fiction stories, many of which have been taken to the…

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Michael Ende ✅

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Michael Ende ✅

MICHAEL ENDE’S BIOGRAPHY Michael Ende. He Was One of the most important writers of youth literature of the TWENTIETH Century, as well as being a great German storyteller specializing in children’s literature. Born in Germany in 1929, his father, Edgar Ende, was a renowned surrealist painter banned by the Nazi party. The work of his…

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Emile Zola ✅

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Emile Zola ✅

BIOGRAPHY OF EMILE ZOLA (Paris, 1840-1902) French Novelist, theorist and maximum representative of naturalism. Émile Zola was the promoter of the «experimental novel», that is to say, of a narrative posed as a sociological experiment destined not to reflect the contemporary reality (like the realistic novel), but to explain the causes of the social ills…

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Stephen King ✅

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Stephen King ✅

BIOGRAPHY OF STEPHEN KING (Portland, United States, 1947) American Writer. He won the favor of criticism with his first novel, Carrie (1974), who would follow The Glare (1977), which earned him a great international prestige, It (Eso, 1986), Misery (1987) and Insomnia (1994), to mention just a few of his greatest successes. His effective and…

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George Orwell ✅

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George Orwell ✅

GEORGE ORWELL’S BIOGRAPHY George Orwell. Pseudonym of Eric Arthur Blair. A prominent English writer, essayist and journalist of the TWENTIETH century. It Moved to the history of the universal literature thanks to works like 1984 edited in (1949) and Rebellion in the Farm of (1945), novels which still maintain its original strength. He Was Born…

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Inca Garcilaso De La Vega ✅

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Inca Garcilaso De La Vega ✅

BIBLIOGRAPY INCA GARCILASO DE LA VEGA Garcilaso de la Vega (Cuzco, current Peru, 1539-Córdoba, Spain, 1616), better known as Garcilaso The Inca, was a Peruvian writer and historian. He Was The son of the Spanish conquistador Sebastián Garcilaso de la Vega and the Inca Princess Isabel Chimpo Ocllo. Being seen as a mestizo or bastard…

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Umberto Eco ✅

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Umberto Eco ✅

BIOGRAPHY UMBERTO ECO The writer, literary critic and professor of semiotics Umberto Eco was born on January 5, 1932 in Alessandria, a town close to Turin (Italy). He Was the son of Giovanna Bisio and accountant Giulio Eco. After completing his secondary studies, Echo moved to the University of Turin to study Law, a career…

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Jane Austen ✅

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Jane Austen ✅

JANE AUSTEN BIOGRAPHY (Steventon, Great Britain, 1775-Winchester, id., 1817) British Novelist. His father, a Protestant cleric, was rector of the parish of Steventon. Seventh daughter of a family of eight siblings, her father personally took care of her education; In the large family library he met the work of Daniel Defoe, Samuel Richardson, Henry Fielding,…

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Mario Benedetti ✅

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Mario Benedetti ✅

BIOGRAPHY OF MARIO BENEDETTI (Pasode los Toros, 1920-Montevideo, 2009) Uruguayan Writer. Mario Benedetti was an outstanding poet, novelist, playwright, storyteller and critic, and, along with Juan Carlos Onetti, the most relevant figure in Uruguayan literature in the second half of the TWENTIETH century and one of the great names of the Boom of Latin American…

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