Friday, 29 March 2013



AESOP (629-560 BC)

Greek slave who compiled a large collection of moral fables, many of which are as applicable to day as they were when first told.

AUSTEN, JANE (1775-1817)

English Novelist, wrote six books, Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice, Northanger abbey, Mansfield Park, Emma and Persuasion,  which are among the greatest novels in English language.

BLAZAC, HONORE DE (1779-1850)

French Novelist, famous for his penetrating studies of the society of his time. Among his best known novels are Le Pere Goriot and La Cousine Bette.

BLAKE, WILLIAM (1757-1827)

British poet and artist; Author of many religious works, among them the Prophetic Books from which the hymn ‘Jerusalem’ is taken.

Charlotte (1816-1855)
Emily (1818-1848)
Anne (1820-1849)

English novelist. Charlotte’s books including Fane Eyre, Shirley and Villette; Emily wrote Wuthering Heights; Anne’s two books are Agens Grey and the Tenant of Wild fell Hall.

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