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Gustave Flaubert (c. 1850)

Gustav Flaubert

Photographic portrait of Dostoevsky, inscribed 1880

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Stanislaw Lem (September 12, 1921 - March 27, 2006) Polish writer.

Carson McCullers ~The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter ('40) Reflections in a Golden Eye ('41) The Member of the Wedding ('46) Ballad of the Sad Café ('51). " Mrs. McCullers &... Mr. Faulkner only writers since D. H. Lawrence w/ original poetic sensibility. Prefer Mrs. McCullers to Mr. Faulkner; she writes more clearly; prefer her to Lawrence because she has no message." – Graham Greene

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Rainer Maria Rilke. (December 4, 1875 - December 29, 1926)

Complete Letter Writer for Ladies and Gentlemen.