It's time for another round of Bookish Birthdays. We have quite a variety of authors to honor this week.
May 20: French novelist Honoré de Balzac and Norwegian novelist Sigurd Undset
May 21: Italian poet Dante Alighieri, British poet Alexander Pope, and American novelist Harold Robbins
May 22: Scottish author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and American author Peter Patthiessen
May 23: English Poets Thomas Hood and Sheila Wingfield, plus american writers Scott O'Dell and Margaret Wise Brown
May 24: English playwright Sir Arthur Wing Pinero, Russian novelist Mikhail A. Sholokhov, and American Novelist Michael Chabon
May 25: English writer Edward George Earle Bulwer-Lytton, American poet Ralph Waldo Emerson, and American author Robert Ludlum.
May 26: American Poets Maxwell Bodenheim and Michael Benedikt
A Guide to Reading Sigurd Undset
The bold, boisterous woman behind the classic children’s tale ‘Goodnight Moon’
Paris Review's Peter Matthiessen, The Art of Fiction No. 157
19 Thing You Didn't Know about Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Our Brit Tripping is taking us to Berkshire this week.
Berkshire is famous for the Royal residence at Windsor Castle and its tech industry in modern days. Historically it was well known for its famous battles including the Battle of Newbury during the Civil War.
Rabbit trails: Paddington Bear author Michael Bond , Royal Ascot Horse Races , More Battle of Newbury , Highclere Castle
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