“I walk down the aisle with my favourite book,
Thoughts and imaginations were taking place in my priority list.
As a writer, I wandered through the places in my mind,
that only I wish I could afford.
But even if I can’t afford still one thing was clear,
and that is I’m a writer and I can create stories in a way that will lead other readers a chance to visit that place with me”
Writing a story and letting the readers imagine it the way how the author wrote it in his/her point of time is just pure beauty and creation that nobody can steal it from them. Even In our school times, analysing a story through a writer’s perspective was one of the favourite topics of mine as I literally had to open up my mind and feelings in order to analyse what the author or the poet was working on at that period.
Even in the class, every individual had their own story and their own way of coming up with an analysis that sometime even the author didn’t think about it while writing one.
Now, enough of me rambling, let’s just simply dive into the list of 5 most famous authors of all time.
One of the popular and the most famous author of all time has to be the legendary William Shakespeare. This legend doesn’t really need any introduction of about where he’s from and when he was born as I think everybody in their school time had their opportunity and the fortune of reading his famous poems, sonnets, novels to even the biography.
Often referred to as the National Poet of England, Shakespeare has been a writer of involving circumstances that not only welcome comedy stories, but also talked about the deepest to even darkest truths about society and the reality.
Charles Dickens is an English writer and a social critic who has not only created a masterpiece through his novels, but has given this world some of the best-known fictional characters that still to-date gets read by millions and millions of people across the globe. In the 20th century, as his works got an immense level of encouragement and interest, the critics and scholars gave him the title of literary genius. Some of his most notable works are The Pickwick Papers, David Copperfield, Bleak House, A Tale of Two Cities, Great Expectations, A Christmas Carol and Oliver Twist.
Eric Arthur Blair that went by his pen name George Orwell was born in 1903 in Motihari, Bihar, British India. He was an English Journalist, novelist, essayist and a critic who wrote clear thoughts about the awareness of social injustice and everything that people dealt with at that era. His work majorly contributed to the influence of popular and political culture in the society. Some of his most notable works are Animal Farm, Homage to Catalonia, The Road to Wigan Pier, Down and Out in Paris and London and Nineteen Eighty-Four.
Born on 16th October in 1854, Oscar Wilde was an Irish writer and a poet. He was the writer who chose different forms of writing throughout the 1880s. His this way of writing made him become the most famous playwright in the early 1880s.
His genre of writing included a vast variety of in depth drama, criticism, short story, dialogue and journalism. His most notable works include The Picture of Dorian Gray and The Importance of Being Earnest.
Born on 31st July in 1965, J.K Rowling is not only an amazing novelist, but a great screenwriter who is popular among youths as well as the older generation. She is the one who has lived a rags to riches life story that it self could be written in an amazing masterpiece novel.