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This author uses symbols in her stories, including the #4 multiple times
Amy Tan
This author doesn't think it's important to put everyone from China into a positive light
Amy Tan
This author "felt like an American girl trapped in a Chinese body"
Amy Tan
After attending college, this author worked for IBM as a writer of computer manuals
Amy Tan
At first, this author felt her first book contract was a "token minority" thing
Amy Tan
This author was born the son of a coal miner in Nottingham, England.
D.H. Lawrence
This author writes about characters caught between their unsatisfactory relationships with others and their struggle to break free.
D.H. Lawrence
This author suffered from Tuberculosis
D.H. Lawrence
This author was frequently harassed because his stories included sexually explicit material
D.H. Lawrence
This author was born in Dublin, Ireland
James Joyce
This author left Ireland for Pais
James Joyce
This author wrote a book called DUBLINERS, a group of fifteen short stories begun in 1904.
James Joyce
This author wrote about the lives of young people, politicians, and the complacent middle class
James Joyce
This author structured his stories around "Epiphanies"
James Joyce
This author was born in Lockport, New York, one of three children in a Roman catholic family
Joyce Carol Oates
This author received lined tablets and a typewriter at age 14.
Joyce Carol Oates
This author has published over seventy books, including over 100 stories
Joyce Carol Oates
This writer is a professor at Princeton University
Joyce Carol Oates
This author was born to a family of sharecroppers in Notasulga, Alabama
Zora Neale Hurston
This author moved to Eatonville, Florida when she was a very young girl
Zora Neale Hurston
This author did work with folk culture
Zora Neale Hurston
This author published more than any other African American woman writer of her time
Zora Neale Hurston
This author was very poor and relied on strangers to live at times
Zora Neale Hurston
This author moved his family from Yakima, Washington to Chico, California
Raymond Carver
This author grew up in a logging town in Oregon
Raymond Carver
This author married at the age of nineteen and had two children
Raymond Carver
This author enrolled briefely as a student at Chico College in California
Raymond Carver
This author was an African American who was born in Harlem
James Baldwin
This author was a preacher/minister while he was still in high school
James Baldwin
This author was the son of a clergyman
James Baldwin
This author moved to France, where he eventually died of Cancer
James Baldwin
This author was born in Oak Park, Illinois, but spent most of his boyhood in Michigan
Ernest Hemingway
This author was a reporter for the Kansas City Star
Ernest Hemingway
This author killed himself with a shotgun in his Idaho hunting Lodge
Ernest Hemingway
This author was born and educated in St. Johns, Antigua, in the West Indies
Jamaica Kincaid
his author left Antigua to study in the United States, but found college a "dismal failure"
Jamaica Kincaid
Anything about the West Indies, includes this author
Jamaica Kincaid
This author writes in a deliberately precise rhythmic style
Jamaica Kincaid
This author was born in Wellington, New Zealand
Katherine Mansfield
This author studied the cello
Katherine Mansfield
This author used concrete images to convey her characters' feelings
Katherine Mansfield
This author died at the Gurdieff Institute
Katherine Mansfield
This author suffered from Tuberculosis
Katherine Mansfield
Our book is an example of an
Anthology
This author considered Dublin the "Center of Paralysis"
James Joyce
ANYTHING POLITICS
James Joyce