Being a writer requires a lot of skills such as imagination, creativity and the ability to weave a scenario out of our minds, which is something not everyone can accomplish. Good content always comes with brilliant vocabulary. When our mind has a bundle of new ideas and we have the vocabulary to support our ideas only then we have what is called an immaculate article or storyline. If we see the creations of previous writers it clearly illustrates the beautiful chemistry of words in the form of attention absorbing sentences. If you have that kind of ambitions and passion you can write to your heart’s content. We mostly prefer writers who help us in nurturing our interest in books. The famous writers of history have written many poems, Books, Essays and chronicles.
Here is a list of some best authors of all time.
William Shakespeare was an English playwright. He wrote many famous books of the time which are admired and followed up till now. Shakespeare is widely regarded as the greatest writer on the basis of his famous plays such as Romeo and Juliet, an eternal tragedy and Hamlet. His unique ability of creating such magnificent and meaningful plays and poems made him England’s one of the most acknowledged national poet.
Shakespeare produced most of his work between 1589 – 1613. His plays have been translated into every major living language and are performed more often than those of any other playwright. They are also made part of every curriculum related to literature.
Jane Austen was an English Novelist known for the six novel she wrote ‘Pride and Prejudice’ being one of them. Her novels focused on the ironic thinking that accompanied every woman regardless of age. She wrote on sensitive topics such as the medieval thinking of the common gentry, who insinuated that for a woman to have some social standing she needs to be married. Her writing challenged the mindset of the masses and she played her part beautifully by putting her efforts in a society which was then ruled by men. Her works critique the novels of sensibility of the second half of the 18th century and are part of the transition to 19th-century literary realism. Her use of biting irony, along with her realism, humour, and social commentary, have long earned her acclaim among critics, scholars, and popular audiences alike.
James Augustine Aloysius Joyce
James Joyce, in full James Augustine Aloysius Joyce, (born February 2, 1882, died January 13, 1941, Zurich, Switzerland). James Joyce was a writer of Irish descent who is well known for his short stories, poems, teaching and also a critic of literature. He contributed into many novels. Joyce is best known for Ulysses. Joyce was born in Dublin into a respectable family. He had a versatile writing style. His characters were mostly inspired by people in his life ranging from friends, family to enemies. His work was placed as per the city of Dublin with the quite an attention to detail when it came to the streets or even the alleyways. He spent most of his life in Dublin. He was married to a woman named Nora Barnacle.
Charles Dickens was an English writer and social critic. He was born in Portsmouth during the year 1812. He is a renowned novelist and is accepted as a literary mastermind. He is the sole writer of great novels such as Oliver Twist, Great Expectations, A tale of two cities etc. His novels were published in either weekly or monthly instalments, each instalment left the readers in a state of suspense. This methodology of writing kept the readers interested and they kept coming back for more. He is regarded as the greatest novelist belonging to the Victorian Era. He is famous for his short stories. Despite his lack of formal education, he edited a weekly journal for 20 years, wrote 15 novels, five novellas, hundreds of short stories and non-fiction.