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List Of Women Writers - A
... Eleanor Hallowell Abbott (1872–1958), American poet, novelist and short story writer ... Louise Abeita (born 1926), Native American Isleta Pueblo writer ... I am a Pueblo Indian Girl Abiola Abrams (born 1976), American TV host, art filmmaker and author ...
Wolff
... German sculptor Albert Wolff (Australian judge) Alexander Wolff, American writer Alex Wolff, American actor Aronte Wolff Berlijn (1817-1870) holander composer ... British officer who served under the Duke of Wellington Betje Wolff (1738–1804), Dutch writer Bernard Wolff (1811–1879), German media mogul Bernard Pierre Wolff (1930–1985 ... Wolff (born 1939), American historian Hans Walter Wolff (born 1911), German biblical scholar Hellmuth Wolff (born 1937), Canadian organ builder Heinz Wolff (born 1928), German-Briti ...
List Of Norwegian Americans - List - Writers and Editors
... Anderson – (1846–1936) American author, professor, and diplomat ... Christopher Bakken – American poet, translator, and professor at Allegheny College ... Robert Bly – American poet, author, activist and leader of the Mythopoetic men's movement ...
Brody (name) - Brody As A Surname
... Henrik Bródy (1868–1942), Hungarian rabbi and writer Imre Bródy (1891–1944), Hungarian physicist János Bródy (born 1945), Hungarian singer, lyricist and songwriter Michael Bródy ... Adam Brody (born 1979), American actor Adrien Brody (born 1973), American actor Alan Brody, American writer Alexander Brody Ann Brody (1884–1944 ...
Wilder - People - The Arts
... Acting and filmmaking Billy Wilder (1906–2002), Austrian-born American film director Gene Wilder (born 1933), American actor Literature Cherry Wilder, pseudonym of ...

Famous quotes containing the words writer and/or american:

    A writer never reads his work. For him, it is the unreadable, a secret, and he cannot remain face to face with it. A secret, because he is separated from it.
    Maurice Blanchot (b. 1907)

    In a moment when criticism shows a singular dearth of direction every man has to be a law unto himself in matters of theatre, writing, and painting. While the American Mercury and the new Ford continue to spread a thin varnish of Ritz over the whole United States there is a certain virtue in being unfashionable.
    John Dos Passos (1896–1970)