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S.E. Hinton.com     View
The official S.E. (Susan Eloise) Hinton Web site. Includes a brief biography, answers frequently asked questions, and discusses the author's books and the four movies that have been made from her books, including The Outsiders , Rumble Fish , and Tex ...
http://www.sehinton.com/

C-SPAN American Writers: A Journey Through History     View
American writers who have been highlighted on C-SPAN programs are gathered chronologically by era from 1600 to 1975. For each featured author, a brief biography, critical assessment of works, and chronological listing of titles published are followed ...
http://www.americanwriters.org/

The Year of Vonnegut in Indianapolis     View
"Throughout 2007, the Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library and the Indianapolis Cultural Development Commission are collaborating with community partners on a citywide celebration to honor one of our city???s own, author Kurt Vonnegut [who ...
http://yearofvonnegut.org

International Journal of Baudrillard Studies     View
Website for this "transdisciplinary publication dedicated to engaging the thought and writing of Jean Baudrillard," who died in March 2007. Features articles about the writings of this philosopher and sociologist who is often associated wit ...
http://www.ubishops.ca/BaudrillardStudies/

The Mitford Family     View
Introduction to members of the "eccentric, literary (some of them) English family, the Mitfords." Includes background about Nancy Mitford (author of the comic novels "Love in a Cold Climate" and "The Pursuit of Love"), L ...
http://www.openwriting.com/archives/2005/06/the_mitford_fam.php

The Nobel Prize in Literature 1982: Gabriel García Márquez     View
Background about this Colombian author who won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1982, and who is known for works such as "Love in the Time of Cholera" and "One Hundred Years of Solitude." Features a biography, bibliography, and te ...
http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/literature/laureates/1982/

2008 Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities: John Updike     View
Collection of material by and about novelist, poet, essayist, and critic John Updike, who died in January 2009, and who won Pulitzer Prizes for two works in his famous "Rabbit" series of fiction. Features a biography, interview with Updike, ...
http://www.neh.gov/whoweare/updike/

Design Addict     View
This "portal for design lovers" and collectors provides images and information about 20th-21st century household objects and their designers and manufacturers. Searchable, or browsable by designer, producer, or by object period (back to 192 ...
http://www.designaddict.com/

The Work of Charles and Ray Eames: A Legacy of Invention     View
Dedicated to Charles and Ray Eames, designers of "furniture, toys, buildings, films, exhibitions, and books aimed to improve society--not only functionally, but culturally and intellectually as well." Includes brief biographical information ...
http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/eames/

Arthur Conan Doyle the Prolific Writer     View
A site designed to highlight Arthur Conan Doyle's works other than his Sherlock Holmes detective stories. Features illustrated essays on his "poetry, plays, historical fiction, commentary on social and legal reform, war and military chronicles, ...
http://www.westminsteronline.org/conandoyle/index.html

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