A common practice within the writing world is the use of pen names i.e. adopted names writers use to maintain anonymity within their personal lives. From J.K. Rowling to Dr. Seuss, the name of your favorite author is likely fake.
Typically, avid readers tend to identify books and authors relatively easy. The works of distinquished authors tend to have a unified aura; even if their stories are not connected, the storylines, tone, and characters can have a shared something or other.
Say au revoir to winter! Spring approaches and with it, the flourishing of parks and gardens depicted in some of the best-loved masterpieces of modern art.
An exophonic writer is someone who writes in a language other than the first language they learned. Though you might be familiar with many of these writers, you might be surprised to learn some of them did not originaly speak the language you'd assume.
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The English language is full of ridiculous words, just look through your SAT prep books! Test your knowledge of some lesser known words below, and see if you can guess their definitions!
How you store and care for your books says a lot about you. Maybe that you're organized. Maybe that you have a family and a maid. Who knows, not me! Find out below: