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Jean-Paul Sartre a French philosopher and author (b.1905--d.1980).
J. K. Rowling pen name of British author Joanne Rowling, best known for her fiction series relating the adventures of a young wizard named Harry Potter (b.1965).
Johann Goethe a German author (b.1749--d.1832).
John according to the New Testament, one of the twelve Apostles of Jesus Christ, one of the four evangelists, and the probable author of the fourth Gospel, the Book of Revelation, and three Epistles. [1/5 definitions]
Jude the author of this book, who is sometimes identified with Judas, the brother of the apostle James, or with the Judas called the brother of Jesus Christ. [1/2 definitions]
Leo Nikolaevich Tolstoy Russian author and social critic (b.1828--d.1910).
Luke an early Christian disciple who accompanied Paul on his missionary journeys and who is regarded as the author of the third Gospel and the Acts of the Apostles in the New Testament. [1/2 definitions]
manuscript a text as prepared by the author to submit for publication. [1/3 definitions]
Marcel Proust a French author (b.1871--d.1922).
Mark one of the twelve Apostles of Jesus Christ, traditionally regarded as the author of the second Gospel. [1/2 definitions]
Mark Twain pen name of Samuel Langhorne Clemens, U.S. author and humorist (b.1835--d.1910).
Matthew one of the twelve Apostles of Jesus Christ, traditionally regarded as the author of the first Gospel in the New Testament. [1/2 definitions]
metafiction fiction writing in which the author and the techniques used by the author are consciously emphasized while concern for verisimilitude is minimized. [1/2 definitions]
Miguel de Cervantes a Spanish author (b.1547--d.1616).
monograph a scholarly publication by a single author on a specific subject.
Mother Goose the imaginary author of a collection of eighteenth-century English nursery rhymes.
MS3 abbreviation of "manuscript," a text as prepared by the author to submit for publication.
multiauthor combined form of author.
Niccolò Machiavelli an Italian statesman and author, whose most well-known work is associated with the philosophy that "the ends justify the means" (b.1469--d.1527).
nom de plume a fictitious name adopted by an author; pen name.
nonauthor combined form of author.