By the beginning of the 20th century, Frost had two children and had just moved to his Grandparents farm in New Hampshire. In 1900, Frost experienced the next emotional blow to his life, but not his last. Soon after their move to New Hampshire, Frost’s first child, his son Elliot, died from cholera. Elinor would go on to give birth to 6 children in total: Elliot, whom died of cholera, Lesley; Carol, who committed suicide at age 38; Irma, who later developed a mental illness; Marjorie, who died while giving
In Saint Paul, he attended the school Saint Paul Academy and started writing at an early age. His high school newspaper published his detective stories, encouraging him to pursue writing more than academics. In 1913, Fitzgerald enrolled at Princeton University. During his time at Princeton, Fitzgerald’s passion for literature developed as he wrote scripts for musicals, humour publications, and literary magazines although he later ended up dropping out to join the army. In 1917 at the age of 21, he submitted his first novel for publication.
All his books are love stories that end in a tragic ways. Love stories are different than romance novels. According to nicholassparks.com, romance novels involve happy ending and the same overall theme. While love stories end in an unhappy way. Nicholas Sparks’ twenty books are partially about events that he has experienced; his most famous book, the Notebook, was written about his wife’s grandparents.
He questioned why such good people let themselves get treated so badly, and then he realised that “that 's just one of the perks of being a wallflower”. The story starts around the ending of the summer of '91. The book consists of letters Charlie wrote, and the first letter starts off with “August 25, 1991”. The story is situated in North-America. In the book they talk a lot about Penn State, which seems to be a college in the city Charlie lives in.
The first book Rick Riordan read for fun when he was young, was The Lord of the Rings; and the book was so lively, that he read it ten more times. He has been keen on Greek and Norse Mythology since he was in middle school, and read mostly fantasy and science fiction in high school, until he became interested in mystery books when he entered college. Both of his parents were teachers, as his mom is a musician and an artist and his father is a ceramist; so Rick Riordan grew up in a very artistic family
Arthur Miller was one of the most well-known play writers of the nineteen hundreds. Arthur Miller was born on the seventeenth of October in 1915 (“Arthur Miller Timeline” 2). He received a high school diploma, although he dropped out of college numerous times (“Arthur Miller Timeline” 1). He had numerous jobs during his lifetime, but his main focus was on his play writing. He received numerous awards for his plays (“Arthur Miller Timeline” 1).
The writer of the specific story, Edward Albee and formerly Edward Harvey, was born in Washington in 1928, and then he was given up for adoption to a wealthy family in New York, the Albees, after his biological father left his biological mother. His passion for writing started at a young age, he wrote a play, and novels that had been published to “the New Yorker”. Because of the fact that he had some difficult childhood years, due to his foster family’s distance, he was thrown out of college and his home because of his bad and irresponsible attitude. Edward had a variety of jobs in order to survive, and then he met his first long-term gay lover, William Flanagan. He became Edward’s mentor, they attended many writing exhibitions and Albee gained a lot of experience from them.
He usually skip school and would do terrible on tests and other school assignments(“Tennessee Williams Biography”). Instead of studying he would read and write. At the age of sixteen he published his first ever story and a year later he would enroll at the University of Missouri to study Journalism(“Tennessee Williams”). He would only attend this school for two years because his father took him out because his girlfriend went to the same school(“Tennessee Williams”). When he returned home he became a shoe clerk for a shoe company(“Tennessee Williams”).
He published his first book when he was 23 years old, and he was one of the American greatest dreamers". "In 1924 he moved to France, and a year later he published his greatest work The Great Gatsby". The Great Gatsby is about a simple man that suddenly became a rich through illegal activities to be with his lover who couldn 't be with her in the past because of religious and materialism. The novel start with Nick Carraway, who is the narrator of the novel, moved to New York where his cousin Daisy Buchanan lives. Nick lives in a small cottage next to the millionaire Jay Gatsby.
In the King Edward IV Grammar School, students were taught ethics, logic, and rhetoric, and studied the works of famous authors, such as Horace, Ovid, and more (DISCovering Authors, 2003). When he was thirteen, he dropped out of school to help his father (Encyclopedia of World Biography, 12/12/98). At eighteen years old, he married a woman named Anne Hathaway, a daughter of a local farmer. When they got married, she was already pregnant. Anne and William had three children: Susanna, who was born on May 26, 1583, and Hamnet and Judith, twins that were born on February 2, 1585 (Barry Gaines, November 2014).