(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

Thomas Bailey Aldrich (11/11/1863 - 3/19/1907) was a poet, novelist, traveler, and editor, born in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Thomas Bailey Aldrich

Thomas Bailey Aldrich (11/11/1863 - 3/19/1907) was a poet, novelist, traveler, and editor, born in Portsmouth,…

(1799-1850) French novelist and playwright most famous for Eugenie Grandet and La Comedie Humaine.

Honore de Balzac

(1799-1850) French novelist and playwright most famous for Eugenie Grandet and La Comedie Humaine.

(1836-1901) British novelist and social reformer who wrote <I>The Children of Gideon, Conditions of Men</I> and <I>The People's Palace</I>

Walter Besant

(1836-1901) British novelist and social reformer who wrote The Children of Gideon, Conditions of Men…

(1853--) English novelist and dramatist

Hall Caine

(1853--) English novelist and dramatist

"The celebrated novelist, James Fenimore Cooper, was born at Burlington, New Jersey, September 15, 1789. Having received his early education from a private tutor, he, at the age of thirteen, passed to Yale College, and after three years study there, entered the American navy as a midshipmen." &mdash;The Popular Cyclopedia, 1888

James Fenimore Cooper

"The celebrated novelist, James Fenimore Cooper, was born at Burlington, New Jersey, September 15, 1789.…

(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.

(1828- ) Russian novelist

Count Leo Tolstoi

(1828- ) Russian novelist

(1854-1909) American novelist who published over 40 novels

F. Marion Crawford

(1854-1909) American novelist who published over 40 novels

(1661-1731) One of the first English novelists, most famous for Robinson Crusoe.

Daniel Defoe

(1661-1731) One of the first English novelists, most famous for Robinson Crusoe.

(1812-1870) English novelist who wrote many classics such as Great Expectations, Oliver Twist and A Tale of Two Cities

Charles Dickens

(1812-1870) English novelist who wrote many classics such as Great Expectations, Oliver Twist and A…

A portrait of one of the English Language's greatest writers, Charles Dickens.

Charles Dickens

A portrait of one of the English Language's greatest writers, Charles Dickens.

Charles John Huffam Dickens, (7 February 1812 &ndash; 9 June 1870), was one of the most popular English novelists of the Victorian era as well as a vigorous social campaigner.

Charles Dickens

Charles John Huffam Dickens, (7 February 1812 – 9 June 1870), was one of the most popular English…

(1804-1881) British Statesman and Prime Minister who wrote the novels <I>Vivian Grey</I><I> Coningsby</I> and <I>Sybil</I>

Benjamin Disraeli

(1804-1881) British Statesman and Prime Minister who wrote the novels Vivian Grey Coningsby and Sybil

(1820-1880) George Eliot is the literary name assumed by Marian Evans, who was a novelist.

George Eliot

(1820-1880) George Eliot is the literary name assumed by Marian Evans, who was a novelist.

(1820-1880) English novelist during the Victorian era that wrote books such as Middlemarch and The Mill on the Floss

George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans)

(1820-1880) English novelist during the Victorian era that wrote books such as Middlemarch and The Mill…

"(1749-1832), the greatest figure in German literature, a dramatist, lyric poet, novelist and philosopher." -Foster, 1921

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

"(1749-1832), the greatest figure in German literature, a dramatist, lyric poet, novelist and philosopher."…

This is an illustration by artist Charles Robinson. It is found in novelist Robert Louis Stevenson's book "A Child's Garden of Verse". The drawing depicts a girl alone in what seems to be a church.

Gothic Church Interior

This is an illustration by artist Charles Robinson. It is found in novelist Robert Louis Stevenson's…

(1856-1925) Novelist who wrote many stories such as <I>King Solomon's Mines</I> and <I>She</I>

Henry Rider Haggard

(1856-1925) Novelist who wrote many stories such as King Solomon's Mines and She

(1831- ) "Mary Virginia Terhune" American novelist

Marion Harland

(1831- ) "Mary Virginia Terhune" American novelist

French poet and novelist.

Victor Hugo

French poet and novelist.

(1824-1905) Scotch poet, novelist, and preacher

George Macdonald

(1824-1905) Scotch poet, novelist, and preacher

(1830- ) Irish historian and novelist

Justin McCarthy

(1830- ) Irish historian and novelist

An English novelist and dramatist, best known for <em>The Cloister and the Hearth.</em>

Charles Reade

An English novelist and dramatist, best known for The Cloister and the Hearth.

An English novelist; born in Derbyshire, in 1689. Like Matthew Prior, he was the son of a joiner; but unlike him, he made no effort to obscure his origin.

Samuel Richardson

An English novelist; born in Derbyshire, in 1689. Like Matthew Prior, he was the son of a joiner; but…

(1771-1832) Scottish novelist

Sir Walter Scott

(1771-1832) Scottish novelist

A poet and novelist. (1771-1832)

Sir Walter Scott

A poet and novelist. (1771-1832)

(1811-1863) English novelist

William Makepeace Thackery

(1811-1863) English novelist

This is an illustration by artist Charles Robinson. It is found in novelist Robert Louis Stevenson's book "A Child's Garden of Verse". The drawing depicts a girl alone in what seems to be a church.

A Child's Garden of Verse

This is an illustration by artist Charles Robinson. It is found in novelist Robert Louis Stevenson's…

This is an illustration by artist Charles Robinson. It is found in novelist Robert Louis Stevenson's book "A Child's Garden of Verse". The drawing depicts a girl walking on a farm carrying a stool with a cow in the background.

A Child's Garden of Verse

This is an illustration by artist Charles Robinson. It is found in novelist Robert Louis Stevenson's…

This is an illustration by artist Charles Robinson. It is found in novelist Robert Louis Stevenson's book "A Child's Garden of Verse". The drawing depicts a girl looking out on her balcony at the moon.

A Child's Garden of Verse

This is an illustration by artist Charles Robinson. It is found in novelist Robert Louis Stevenson's…

(1851-1920) English novelist, wrote under her married name of Mrs. Humphrey Ward.

Mary Augusta Ward

(1851-1920) English novelist, wrote under her married name of Mrs. Humphrey Ward.

(b. 1851) English novelist

Mrs. Humphry Ward (Mary Augusta Arnold)

(b. 1851) English novelist