In her novels, the most famous which are 'Sense and Sensibility', 'Mansfield Park','Emma', and 'Persuasion'.
English religious writer. who served in Cromwell's army as a boy. He became a Baptist and preacher, for which he was imprisoned.
He was kept in jail for twelve years. Many of Bunyan's books were written during that time. But his famous religious tract 'Pilgrim's progress' was probably written during later imprisonment.
Other works are 'Life and Death of Mr. Badman', 'The Holy War' and 'Grace Abounding to the Chief of Sinners'
Bunyan's spritual autobiography.
A collection of Scottish folk songs, titled 'The Scots Musical Museum', was published in 5 volmes over sixteen years.
In 1895, Burns was inspired by the French Revolution to write 'For a' that and a' that', his cry for human equality.
Robert Burns gained more fame after his death than ever did during his lifetime and
many of his songs and poems have become international favourites.
Perhaps in reaction to the dangers in political commenatries Dafoe in 1719 turned to fiction.