This Week in Literary History?

This Week in Literary History?

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Michael Thomas Barry By mikeb63 Updated Sep 18, 2015

Thanks for reading "This Week in Literary History" but this is the end of the line. The past year has been filled with enlightening and insightful literary stories. Please enjoy the archives. Check out my other on going blog under the mature filter "This Week in Crime History." 

Why are we captivated with the lives, deaths, and burial places of famous people? Perhaps, it is the lifestyle, or maybe the promise of immortality, which serves as the incentive. Is it that their joys, loves, triumphs, defeats, last moments, and final resting places, all encompass a life we do not have? 

Ever wonder how and why the classic novels, poems and plays of world literature came about? In Michael Thomas Barry’s award  winning Literary Legends of the British Isles and America's Literary Legends, the reader is taken on a journey into the best of English and American literature in concise reviews of the lives of some of the greatest writers and poets in history. Learn how these distinctive individuals helped shape literature from the late-medieval period through the mid-twentieth century. These anthology's take a fresh approach literary history and through brief and engaging biographies the great writers come alive. 

If you can’t wait and want the whole story. These books can be purchased directly from Schiffer Publishing, Barnes and Noble, Powell's Books, Amazon and other fine book sellers. Visit Michael's website for more information.

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