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Edith Wharton

Edith Wharton was born in New York city on January 1862 (d. August She was an American novelist, short story writer and designer. The Age of Innocence won the 1921 Pulitzer Prize for literature, making Wharton the first woman to win the award.

Anais Nin..One of my first true loves..

Anais Nin Henry Miller’s letter to Anais Nin March 1932 Anais, I don’t know how to tell you what I feel.

F. Scott Fitzgerald

Scott Fitzgerald was an author during the Great Despression and Jazz Age. He completed four novels and one half of a fifth one. His most famous book was called, "The Great Gatsby". And he was named after his second cousin, Francis Scott Key.

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sleepydrummer: “Dylan Thomas, 1944 Hulton Archive/Getty Images “I fellowed sleep who kissed me in the brain, Let fall the tear of time;

emili dikinson

Celebrate Emily Dickinson’s Birthday by Singing Her Poems to the Gilligan’s Island Theme Song

Guillaume Apollinaire (Russian born French poet playwright short story writer novelist art critic) Primarily a poet who coined the word surrealism and established the cubist movement with his poem Les Peintres Cubistes. He lived with the modern artist community in Montparnasse Paris. His most famous poem was The Breast of Tiresas. He's also known for his writing The Exploits of Don Jaun.

Guillaume Apollinaire: "Alcools" - French poet, playwright, short story writer, novelist, and art critic of Polish descent.

Sylvia in Paris, 1956 (Gordon Lameyer).

Sylvia Plath in Paris, 1956 (Gordon Lameyer). The doomed American poetess was probably on her honeymoon, and looked happy enough.