(1837-1907) American Writer whose most famous work is <I>Stories of a Bad Boy</I>

T. B. Aldrich

(1837-1907) American Writer whose most famous work is Stories of a Bad Boy

(1822-1888) Critic and poet that wrote such poems as The Scholar Gipsy and Sohrab and Rustum

Matthew Arnold

(1822-1888) Critic and poet that wrote such poems as The Scholar Gipsy and Sohrab and Rustum

American writer and naturalist.

John Burroughs

American writer and naturalist.

(1844-1925) Writer who fought in the Civil War that wrote Silent South and fought for equal rights for African-Americans

George W. Cable

(1844-1925) Writer who fought in the Civil War that wrote Silent South and fought for equal rights for…

(1835-1910) American writer who wrote classics such as <I>The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, A Yankee in King Arthur's Court</I> and <I>The Prince and the Pauper</I> under the pen name Mark Twain.

Samuel L. Clemens

(1835-1910) American writer who wrote classics such as The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Adventures…

American writer who wrote classics such as The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, A Yankee in King Arthur's Court and The Prince and the Pauper under the pen name Mark Twain.

Samuel Langhorne Clemens

American writer who wrote classics such as The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Adventures of Tom…

(1789-1851) American novelist most famous for The Last of the Mohicans.

James Fenimore Cooper

(1789-1851) American novelist most famous for The Last of the Mohicans.

(1871-1900) American author who wrote <I>The Red Badge of Courage</I>

Stephen Crane

(1871-1900) American author who wrote The Red Badge of Courage

(1850-1895) American writer and humorist best known for his poems for children.

Eugene Field

(1850-1895) American writer and humorist best known for his poems for children.

(1848-1908) Southern writer who wrote children's stories inspired by African-American folklore.

Joel Chandler Harris

(1848-1908) Southern writer who wrote children's stories inspired by African-American folklore.

(1809-1894) American writer that wrote the popular poem Old Ironside

Oliver W. Holmes

(1809-1894) American writer that wrote the popular poem Old Ironside

(1837-1920) Writer who wrote <I>The Rise of Silas Lapham</I> and<I>A Hazard of New Fortunes</I>

William D. Howells

(1837-1920) Writer who wrote The Rise of Silas Lapham andA Hazard of New Fortunes

(1783-1859) American writer who wrote a collection of children's stories that included <I>Rip van Winkle</I> and<I>The Legend of Sleepy Hollow</I>

Washington Irving

(1783-1859) American writer who wrote a collection of children's stories that included Rip van Winkle…

(1843-1916) American author that wrote many short stories and novels such as The Two Magics and Daisy Miller

Henry James, Jr.

(1843-1916) American author that wrote many short stories and novels such as The Two Magics and Daisy…