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Alex Haley a U.S. author celebrated for his pulitzer prize-winning work of historical fiction, Roots: The Saga of an American Family (1976), a publication whose subsequent television broadcast adaptation spawned a national discussion about race and race relations (b.1921--d.1992).
anonymous of unknown identity, as an author or donor.
auctorial of or relating to an author.
author to be the author of; create; make. [1/3 definitions]
bibliography a list of the works of one author. [1/4 definitions]
blog shortened from "Web log," an online journal that may be personal or topical, in which the author makes regular entries that appear in reverse chronological order and can be read by the general public. [1/2 definitions]
concordance an alphabetical index of all the main words in a book or in the entire work of an author, listing the contexts in which each word occurs and giving page references for each occurrence. [1/2 definitions]
corpus a collection of all the written works on a particular subject, by a particular author, or of a particular kind. [1/4 definitions]
David according to the Old Testament, the second king of Israel, a shepherd as a youth who killed the giant Goliath, and reputedly the author of many of the Psalms.
Franz Kafka a Czech author (b.1883--d.1924).
freeware software given away at no charge by its author but remaining under the author's copyright.
George Orwell an English author; Eric Blair (b.1903--d.1950).
Harry Potter the main character in a fantasy fiction series written by British author J. K. Rowling. The character is a young wizard, and the series relates his trials and magical adventures.
Hebrews a book of the New Testament, consisting of a letter, by an unknown author, addressing Jews who had become Christians or Palestinian Jews.
Helen Keller deaf-blind pupil of Anne Sullivan who became a celebrated U.S. author, lecturer, and social activist (b.1880--d.1968).
H.G. Wells British author and social critic, born Herman George Wells, celebrated for developing the genre of science fiction.
holograph entirely handwritten by the author. [1/2 definitions]
imitation a literary work whose form or manner is copied from another work or author. [1/4 definitions]
James Joyce an Irish author (b.1882--d.1941).
Jean Middleton South African author and anti-apartheid activist.
Jean-Paul Sartre a French philosopher and author (b.1905--d.1980).