Name: Eva Wadley Block: 4/8 Title: Louisa May Alcott Paragraph 1: Introduction Louisa May Alcott has written many books, her inspiration for writing them is her family, friends, neighbors. Her book Little Women was based on her three other sisters, Abigail, Elizabeth, and Anna. Louisa was responsible at a young age, and she provided for her family at fifteen. Even though she did not have the easiest childhood she got through it. Louisa May Alcott was a great writer and some of her books are still popular today.
Alejandra Romer has asked me to write a letter of reference for her in regards to her admission to your esteemed university, and it is my absolute pleasure to do so. Alejandra is a student in my Creative Writing class, and she is, without a doubt, the most talented writer I have come across in the decade I have spent teaching English Language Arts. From her first essay, I knew this young woman had the capacity to be an accomplished author. Her use of metaphor combined with artful syntax is matched only by professionals, and she has managed to do something no other student has ever inspired me to do—she has inspired me to write again for myself. Alejandra’s talent has earned her my highest recommendation as a writer and a student.
CHAPTER TWO Ann Radcliffe’s Gothic Portrayal I am the last leaf on the tree – Ann Radcliffe 1 2.1. Biographical Sketch Ann Radcliffe was the most popular novelist of the early gothic fiction. She wrote a series of Gothic fictions in the 1790s, just as the gothic genre was reaching its peak of popularity in England and America.2 Ann Ward was born in London on July, 1764. She was the only child of William Ward and Ann Oates. She received well education.
In the 1920 's, and even now, feminism is a very popular topic that takes a great role in the novel. Feminism is clearly evident in The Great Gatsby and can be shown by the contrast between the independent women such as Jordan Baker and Catherine and the dependent women, Daisy and Myrtle. They are different in their approach to their relationships even though their character qualities are similar.
Feminism is a movement with dating back all the way to 1837. It’s been shaped by many great thinkers and their works. Perhaps no lady has posed more of an influence on the movement then Bell Hooks, who changed much of the world’s views on feminism, in her book Feminism: A Movement to End Sexist Oppression. Harriet Taylor Mill also would have a large impact in what would later become Liberal Feminism. The ideology has developed thoroughly through the years with the help of more contemporary feminist philosophers such as, Gloria Feldt who wrote the influential feminist novel, No Excuses: 9 Ways Women Can Change How We Think about Power, and many other influential feminist text.
Violet Duke is the pseudonym of Nina Nakayama a contemporary romance writer who writes a series of popular happily ever after novels. The former professor of English has beaten all odds to become a USA Today and New York Times bestselling author with several of her titles. Duke writes stories of sexy matchups, sweet but everyday characters, and emotional narratives that are great fun. Since her 2013 debut Resisting the Bad Boy was published, she has gone on to sell over a million books and made her way into many international and national bestseller lists. Violet Duke asserts that she has had a lifelong obsession with books and would spend hours in the public library as a kid.
Vivian: Welcome back to That Show, everyone. We are back with our special guest, Margaret Atwood. She is an amazing author of an award-winning novel, “The Handmaid’s Tale”. [to Margaret] Your novel turned out to be one of the greatest feminist novels. Are you a feminist?
Similarly, Emily Dickinson would finish most of her childhood education, attending two different academies for a total of eight years (Emily Dickinson Biography, n.d.). While it is not known whether Walt Whitman and Emily Dickinson knew each other, their one commonality is that they both loved literature. Together the Rebel and Recluse changed the way that Literature operates through their differing but similar viewpoints and literary styles. Four poems make their perspectives on gender particularly apparent, Whitman’s Song of Myself part I (pp. 1024-1025), The Wound-Dresser part 4 (p. 1082) and Dickinson’s 207  (p. 1195), 269 
She has also created rich fantasy and adventure novels.She isn 't just popular in Canada either she has many book series exclusive to certain countries. (Rhodes) some of these countries are France,Spain,England,and Austria. including the books Bitten and Smitten Fanged and Fabulous Lady and the Vamp The Demon Princess series,and even the demon in me in Thailand. (Rowen) Rhodes also loves to talk with other readers and sets up many events and signings to talk to them. She loves writing the novels as much as reading them to as she is still writing and releasing new books frequently.
The House of the Spirits was adapted to screen and release in the United States as a film in 1994. Her novels are written in the style of magic realism. The House of the Spirits became a worldwide bestseller and critical success. Some of her works include Love and Shadows, The Infinite Plan, Daughter of Fortune, and Zorro. Isabel Allende is important because she not only has significant book achievements, but the love she shares with a few people, especially, her family.
During that period, the seminary was one of many schools that educated just females. Catharine believed that women should be educated in careers outside of their homes, and also stressed the importance of writing. Stowe received an outstanding education and began to develop her talents as a writer. Her novel Uncle Tom’s Cabin, was published in 1852 as two volumes. It became a best seller in the United States, England, Europe, and Asia and was translated into more than 60 languages.
Knowing her knowledge and skills, many people came to study and learn from her, her philosophy was Neoplatonist. She wrote and read many books, she also thought of many inventions, she is one of the oldest female inventors known. One student of hers that she influenced greatly is, Synesius, he adored Hypatia and sent letters to her, because of him we know many great information about this great woman who is greatly known for her teaching and skills. Sadly, the time period that she lived at was not all care and freedom, she lived at time where a riot broke out between the religions but mostly Christianity. Around 415 A.D (the date isn’t certain) the cruel story of how Hypatia of Alexandria died happened.
Through her education she received from “Ma’am” Kilbourne’s school, Litchfield Academy and Western Female Institute she became an extremely successful writer (SOURCE). Out of her many novels, poems and essays her most well known work Uncle Tom 's