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1. Arthur Rimbaud (1854-1891)
Arthur Rimbaud, was a French poet whose work he was inspired various composers of modern literature and art and surrealism advance the concept. He began writing poetry at an early age when she completely reach their twenties. His teenage years saw the most creative results. A libertine of Rimbaud and was known as one of China’s spirit. She traveled extensively in three continents before his death from cancer after his 37th birthday.
2. Emily Brontë (1818-1848)
He went under the pseudonym Ellis Bell appeared set on a highly imaginative novel Wuthering Heights (1847), a Yorkshire Moors passion and hatred. The novel is dark and the quiet mysterious for the readers themselves. He was the third largest and probably the most special among the four surviving Brontë siblings. No record of her life barely there. Emily Brontë died of tuberculosis at age 30.
3. Sylvia Plath (1932-1963)
Most famous American poet, a novelist and playwright, Sylvia Plath depression most of my adult life and suffered from calm naturally work best with death, alienation, and engaged with the self-destruction have been. The confessional poetry and Plath is credited with advancing the genre of popular collections colossus and other poems and Ariel. He won a Pulitzer Prize for poetry collection after his death in 1982 to the newly poems. Plath’s only novel was published Bell Jar she killed herself with gas from the oven while ago.
4. Alain-Fournier (1886-1914)
Alain-Fournier is the pseudonym of hnry- Alban Fournier. He has been filmed twice it is considered a classic of French literature, a single novel, Le Grand Meaulnes (1913), author. A story of a remote village somewhere in Central France is based on his own happy childhood, where the girl of his dreams competitions. The novel describes his search for her. After its release, the novel was nominated for the prestigious Goncourt Prize. The next year, 1914, Alain-Fournier was called to join the army and began working on the novel had to leave unfinished. A month later he was killed and his body was not identified for a long time.
5. Thomas Chatterton (1752-1770)
Thomas Chatterton is considered the first Romantic poet in English. He was somewhat of a slow learning in his childhood and considered reading nor an idiot who will not play with other children. According to his mother, Thomas illuminated capitals with ‘fell in love’ and his mother taught him to read the manuscript using them. At age 17, he had managed to publish a number of silent and satirical prose and verse went to London but brought very little money. brimming with pride, Chatterton was refused any help from his acquaintances and hungry, he took arsenic night of August 24, 1770 and died. Thomas Chatterton’s death was followed by a discussion in his works.
6. John Kennedy Toole (1937–1969)
Best known for his novel of Dunces Confederacy, Toole was the winner of the Pulitzer Prize for fiction in1981, after his death by suicide for about 12 years. During his life, Toole publishing houses suffered from depression and paranoia and refused following this lead him to his death partially. When living, he pursued a career in academics and was later drafted into the army. His suicide (Cabin commit by running a garden hose to the exhaust of his car where he was staying to) the following, to be published Toole’s mother novelist Walker Percy, in Book ml of mind brought the manuscript of Dunces Confederacy.
7. Raymond Radiguet (1903-1923)
This particular French novelist and poet had written two astounding novels at such a young age that took the whole French literary circle with surprise. Those novels are Le Diable au corps or The Devil in the Flesh (1923) and Le bal du Comte d’Orgel (posthumously published in 1924). Both the novels dealt with adultery and the former one is considered to be autobiographical. Radiguet died of typhoid at a very young age and the news had shocked many. In reaction to his death, Francis Poulenc (famous French composer and pianist) wrote, “For two days I was unable to do anything, I was so stunned.”
8. Denton Welch (1915-1948)
Maurice Denton Welch was an English painter and novelist chiefly remembered for his vivid prose and precise description. Post school, Welch went to China and later studied painting at the Goldsmith School of Art in London. At the age of 20, he had a terrible accident with a car while cycling, which left his spine fractured and he became an invalid for the rest of his life. In spite of this big setback Welch continued to paint and rose to prominence, both as a painter as well as writer. He died of spinal tuberculosis leaving behind his two notable work – Maiden Voyage (1943) and In Youth Is Pleasure (1944).
9. Anne Brontë (1820-1849)
This poetess, novelist & governess, was the youngest member of the Brontë literary family. Like her sisters (Charlotte & Emily), Anne had spent most of her life in the Parish of Haworth in the Yorkshire moor until at the age of 19, when she left to become a governess. After working for 6 years she quit her work and concentrated on her literary ambitions. Anne published a volume of poetry with her sisters and wrote two novels Agnes Grey (1847) and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall (1848). The latter work is considered to be one of the first sustained feminist novels. But unfortunately, her amazing talent was cut short by pulmonary tuberculosis which killed her at the tender age of 29.
10. Stephen Crane (1871-1900)
His prolific career began at the age of 4 and had managed to publish numerous articles by 16. (After leave without completing their courses) College, Crane began working as a reporter and writer. In 1896, he traveled to Cuba for reporting the war met Cora Taylor (he owned a brothel). During the last years of his life, he covered conflicts in Greece and who has been recognized as the first female war correspondent Cora accompanied him. Stephen Crane is best known for his novels Maggie Street (1893) a girl, courage red seeds (1895), and his poetry, journalism and bride of short stories Yellow Sky, The Open Boat and comes to Blue Hotel Is . His notable works realistic tradition, were based on naturalism and Impressionism.