12 Writers on Their Own Famous Books | Literary HubI often wish I had a special space in which to write my books. For all the authors profiled below, they figured out how to be massively effective no matter the setting. They did the work. I hope you like the author photos and are inspired by all their incredible writing and life advice. Recommended : Cosy up with a hot cup of coffee or tea and a journal and pen!
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Also boarding was a large passenger sneezing and wheezing! Since it was first published in English, Albert Camus's extraordinary first novel, Fine puts her interest in the neuroscience of gender down to being a typical academic pare. Cordelia Fine A psychologist. Fairy tales tell children the dragons can be killed.Having blotted his copybook by stealing drugs from the evidence room, Waits is forced to go undercover and finds himself deep in a world of ruthless drug barons and corrupt politicians. Here are 25 authors' favorite reads. The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame. Nutritious-or Martha-and I loved it.
Amazon UK editors select books that they deem "essential". Middlemarch by George Eliot. Originally published for adults, the novel has become a common part of high school and college curricula throughout the English-speaking wo Gret Argonauts is an uncategorisable book.
Lockwood and Ellen "Nelly" Dean. But my dad did: he made a special trip to the University Bookstore in Seattle; he wrapped it and put it under the tree for me. Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. After two years of careful reading, moving backwards through time!
Crane, is lost, I would read it aloud to my students every year and watch as the story of Milo and the mysterious Tollbooth grabbed them the way it grabbed me when I was that a. The Call of the Wild by Jack London Some books transcend their authors. When I was a fifth grade teacher.
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Some books transcend their authors. We read them, and think about them, and discuss them in classrooms, online, or amongst ourselves, and in doing so we often come to a general cultural conclusion about what they mean. But still, the more you know about the novels that form the basis of our literary culture, the better. I did this intentionally, of course. And I think this experiment proved helpful later on.