Sir Ahmed Salman Rushdie, perhaps the most controversial novelist of his time, was born on 19 June 1947 in Mumbai, India.
Albert Camus, a second-generation French in Algeria, was born on 7 November 1913 in a working-class neighbourhood in Mondovi in French Algeria to Lucien Camus.
It is said that most of the artists, which include the poets and the writers, are deeply fascinated by female beauty and are womanizers.
Daphne du Maurier, one of the best-loved authors of popular fiction of her generation, was born on 13 May 1907 in Regentís Park, London.
Like other writers of the time, Simone personally did not take any part in the Resistance. Sartre war record was equally doubtful. In 1940, when the Germans ...
Born on 21 June 1905 in Paris, Jean-Paul Sartre lost his father when he was only two years old and his mother, Anne-Marie moved back to her parents house in ...
On September 3, 1921, Hadley and Hemingway were officially married in Horton Bay, Michigan and spent their honeymoon at the Hemingway. She was his first wives.
Gabriel Charles Dante Rossetti popularly known as Dante Gabriel Rossetti was born on 12 May 1828. He was a British poet, illustrator, painter and translator.
In 1930, Henry moved to Paris unaccompanied. There he met Richard Osborn, who wanted to be a writer, but was employed as a lawyer at the Paris office of the ...
Henry Valentine Miller was born to Lutheran German parents, Louise Marie and tailor Heinrich Miller on December 26, 1891 in Yorkville, NYC.
On the gloomy 11th November of 1821, Fyodor Dostoevsky was born in a Moscow hospital for the poor after his retirement as a military surgeon.
Katherine Mansfield was born as Kathleen Beauchamp on 14th October 1888, in a socially prominent family in Wellington, New Zealand.
Born in 1866 to a lower-middle-class family, H G Wells became famous during an extraordinary four year golden patch, when his famous novels were published.
Herbert George Wells became famous during an extraordinary four-year golden patch, starting with The Time Machine in 1895 and ending with the War of the Wor ...
Popularly known throughout the literary world as D.H.Lawrence and regarded as one of the most famous writers of the 20th century , He was born on September ...
Charles John Huffam Dickens, popularly known as Charles Dickens, (7 February 1812 - 9 June 1870) is regarded as the literary colossus of his age.
Lord Byron, regarded as one of the greatest British poets and a leading figure in the Romantic Movement, was born as George Noel and his second wife on 1788.
Agatha Christie, the queen of crime and mystery has left a puzzling mystery, a great question mark that probably Hercule Poirot would have been unable to solve.
Percy Bysshe Shelley was expelled from Oxford, on 28 August 1811, for anonymously publishing a pamphlet titled 'The Necessity of Atheism'.