Elisabeth Barrett Browning was an English poet of the Christian mystical inclination and the wife of the poet R. Browning. Her creative work refers to the Victorian era.
Victor Hugo was a great French poet, novelist and playwright. He became the leader of the Romantic movement in France.
Deeply personal and confessional, Sylvia Plath’s poetic voice find a lot of admirers. What was there in her life that resulted in these verses? What is the mystery of her death?
Walt Whitman is one of America’s most influential nineteenth century poets. His verse collection Leaves of Grass (1855) is regarded as a landmark in American literature. A poet often named the father of free verse mixed transcendentalism and realism in his writing. Democracy and the American experience were among his favorite topics.
The biography of Maya Angelou is full of descriptions of frenzied activity for the benefit of mankind. Angelo distinguished herself as a poet, historian, songwriter, playwright, teacher, dancer, producer of films and performances, director, actress, singer and activist of the human rights movement.