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10 Famous Authors Who Are Also Actually Decent Human Beings

Authors, and artists in general, are notoriously difficult to deal with. The list of writers who created masterworks that illuminated truths about the human condition – all while behaving badly

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Famous Authors' Last Words: Eugene O’Neill died of pneumonia, after suffering from a Parkinson’s-like disease that rendered him physically unable to write for years.

Abba Abba, by Anthony Burgess, tells the story of the last months of John Keats’ life, which he spent dying of consumption in Rome. Burgess was a bit obsessed with Keats, which shows in this short little book.

Famous authors are notorious for their daily routines — sometimes outrageous, usually obsessive, invariably peculiar. In Odd Type Writers: F...

13 Nobel Prize In Literature Winners You Should Read ~ Gabriel García Márquez ~ The Columbian writer made magical realism a popular thing, and we are so grateful.

13 Nobel Prize In Literature Winners You Should Read ~ Naguib Mahfouz ~ The first Egyptian writer to tackle Existentialism, Mahfouz introduces Arabic language and contemporary Egyptian culture to the West.

In 1934, a young writer tramped across the country to talk to Ernest Hemingway at his Key West, FL home. Along with the advice on writing he received from Hemingway, he also got a list of essential reading comprised of two short stories and 14 books. | 16 Works That Ernest Hemingway Thought A Young Writer Should Read

Authors who happen to be decent human beings. (I can vouch for Judy Bloom. She is the sweetest! ♥)

Ernest Hemingway prepared a recommended reading list for aspiring writers. The list includes books such as Dubliners, Of Human Bondage, Wuthering Heights, War and Peace, Anna Karenina, The Brothers Karamazov and more!

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