Walter English Essayist Crossword Clue

Answer: ELIA

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  • Creator of Mrs. Sarah Battle
  • Charles Lamb's pseudonym
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  • "The Last Tycoon" director Kazan
  • "Roast Pig" dissertator
  • "Modern Gallantry" essayist
  • "Essays of ___" (Lamb work)
  • "Dream Children" essayist
  • "Baby Doll" director Kazan
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  • Ex-manager of the Phillies
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  • "The South-Sea House" essayist
  • "Roast pig" essayist
  • "Mrs. Battle's Opinions on Whist" writer
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  • "Last Essays of ___," 1833
  • "Death of a Salesman" director Kazan
  • "A Dissertation Upon Roast Pig" essayist
  • ''The Last Tycoon'' director Kazan
  • ''Panic in the Streets'' director Kazan
  • ''On the Waterfront'' director Kazan
  • ''Modern Gallantry'' essayist
  • ''Dream-Children'' essayist
  • ''A Chapter on Ears'' essayist
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  • Tennis player Silvia Farina ___
  • Sarah Battle's creator
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  • Pseudonym for Charles Lamb
  • Phillies' manager: 1987
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  • Pen name of Coleridge's good friend
  • Pen name for Charles Lamb
  • Old London Magazine essayist
  • Noted pen name
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  • Noted literary pseudonym
  • Noted English letter writer
  • Natalie's director in "Splendor in the Grass"
  • Name on an essay
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  • Mr. Lamb
  • Movie director Kazan.
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  • Marlon's ''On the Waterfront'' director
  • Manager of the Cubs and the Phillies in the 1980s
  • Man of tales
  • Man of essays
  • London Magazine writer
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  • Literary anonym
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  • Kazan who directed Marlon in his first Oscar role
  • Kazan who directed 21 actors to Oscar nominations
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  • Kazan of Hollywood
  • James's "East of Eden" director
  • Honorary Oscar winner Kazan
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  • He directed Celeste and Marlon to Oscars
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  • Friend of Coleridge
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  • Former Cub manager
  • Former A.L. manager
  • First name of The Actor's Director
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  • Famed literary pseudonym
  • Famed essayist
  • Famed dissertator
  • Expounder on roast pig
  • Ex-manager of the Indians
  • “Essays of ___” (1823 publication)
  • Essayist's pen name.
  • Essayist of yore
  • Essay writer
  • English pen name
  • English literary pseudonym
  • English literary alias
  • Dream Children essayist
  • Dissertator on a porker
  • Director's first name
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  • Director of Marlon in "Streetcar"
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  • Actress L”wensohn of "Nadja"
  • Actor Chris D'___ of the unfortunate new sitcom "Whitney"
  • A Phillies' manager: 1987
  • A literary pseudonym
  • A literary Lamb
  • A Lamb
  • 19th-century London Magazine essayist
  • "Top Chef 2" chef
  • "The Praise of Chimney-Sweepers" writer
  • "The Genteel Style in Writing" essayist
  • "The Arrangement," by ___ Kazan
  • "Tales From Shakespeare" writer
  • "Table Talk" essayist
  • "Popular Fallacies" writer
  • "Popular Fallacies" essayist
  • "Popular Fallacies" byline, 1826
  • "Pinky" director Kazan
  • "Panic in the Streets" director Kazan
  • "Oxford in the Vacation" byline
  • "On the Waterfront" director ___ Kazan
  • "Old China" essayist
  • "Modern Gallantry" pen name
  • "Man on a Tightrope" director Kazan
  • "Man is a gaming animal" writer
  • "London Magazine" pseudonym: 1820
  • "Imperfect Sympathies" essayist
  • "Grace Before Meat" pen name
  • "Essays" name
  • "Essays of ___" (1823 volume)
  • "Essays of ___" (1823 collection)
  • "Essays of ___," 1823
  • "Essays of ____"
  • "Dream-Children" author, 1822
  • "Distant Correspondents" writer
  • "Confessions of a Drunkard" writer, 1822
  • "All Fool's Day" writer
  • "A Dissertation Upon Roast Pig" author
  • "A Chapter on Ears" writer
  • 'Wild River' director Kazan
  • 'Splendor in the Grass' director Kazan
  • 'Essays of --'
  • 'Baby Doll' director Kazan
  • 'A Streetcar Named Desire' director Kazan
  • ''The South-Sea House'' byline
  • ''Death of a Salesman'' director Kazan
  • ___ Martell, "Game of Thrones" princess
  • ___ Martell (Dornish princess on "Game of Thrones")
  • ___ Kazan
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Main category: English novelists

See also: English novel and English literature

This is a list of novelists from England.

This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries.

A[edit]

B[edit]

  • Robert Bage (1728–1801)
  • Beryl Bainbridge (1932–2010)
  • J. G. Ballard (1930–2009), author of Crash, Empire of the Sun and Concrete Island
  • Julian Barnes (born 1946), author of England, England
  • Nicola Barker (born 1966)
  • Nina Bawden (1925–2012)
  • Ada Ellen Bayly (1857–1903)
  • Max Beerbohm (1872–1956)
  • Arnold Bennett (1867–1931)
  • Anthony Berkeley (1893–1971), mystery writer (The Poisoned Chocolates Case)
  • Walter Besant (1836–1901)
  • Robert Black (1829–1915)
  • Julia Blackburn (born 1948)
  • Nicholas Blincoe (born 1965), author of Manchester Slingback
  • Eliot Bliss (1903–1990), Bildungsromane
  • Elizabeth Blower (c. 1757/63–post–1816)
  • Enid Blyton (1897–1968), author of children's books
  • Alain de Botton (born 1969)
  • Marjorie Boulton (born 1924), writes in both English and Esperanto
  • Paula Brackston, author of The Witch's Daughter
  • Malcolm Bradbury, author of The History Man
  • Mary Elizabeth Braddon (1837–1915)
  • Edward Bradley (1827–1889)
  • John Braine, author of Room at the Top and The Jealous God
  • Matthew Branton (born 1968)
  • Wallace Breem (1926–1990), author of Eagle in the Snow
  • Simon Brett (born 1945), whodunnits
  • Vincent Brome (1910–2004)
  • Anne Brontë (1820–1849)
  • Charlotte Brontë (1816–1855), wrote Jane Eyre
  • Emily Brontë (1818–1848), wrote Wuthering Heights
  • Anita Brookner (1928–2016), wrote Hotel du Lac, won the Booker Prize
  • Anthony Buckeridge (1912–2004), known for his Jennings and Derbyshire novels
  • Edward Bulwer-Lytton (1803–1873), namesake of the annual bad writing contest
  • John Bunyan (1628–1688)
  • Anthony Burgess (1917–1993), composer, essayist, author of A Clockwork Orange and Earthly Powers
  • Frances Hodgson Burnett (1849–1924), author of The Secret Garden
  • Caroline Burney (fl. early 19th century, pseudonym)
  • Frances Burney (1752–1840), author of Evelina
  • Sarah Burney (1772–1844)
  • Richard Francis Burton (1821–1890)
  • Charlotte Bury (1775–1861)
  • Samuel Butler (1835–1902), author of Erewhon
  • Colin Butts (born 1964)
  • A. S. Byatt (born 1936), author of Possession

C[edit]

  • Hall Caine (1853–1931), romantic novelist
  • Lewis Carroll (1832–1898), author of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
  • Angela Carter (1940–1992), post-feminist, wrote magical realism
  • Dame Barbara Cartland (1901–2000)
  • Elizabeth Chadwick, author of historical fiction
  • Mavis Cheek (born c. 1948)
  • G. K. Chesterton (1874–1936), novelist and poet, mystery writer and Christian apologist
  • William Rufus Chetwood (died 1766), novelist, playwright and publisher
  • Mary Cholmondeley (1859–1925), author of Red Pottage
  • Agatha Christie (1890–1976)
  • Emily Clark ((fl. 1798–1833), novelist and poet
  • Arthur C. Clarke (1917–2008)
  • Susanna Clarke (born 1959)
  • Brian Cleeve (1921–2003)
  • Henry Cockton (1807–1852)
  • Jonathan Coe (born 1961)
  • Mortimer Collins (1827–1876)
  • Wilkie Collins (1824–1889), author of The Moonstone and The Woman in White
  • Dorothy Cowlin (1911–2010)
  • Ivy Compton-Burnett, author of novels about dysfunctional families
  • Joseph Conrad (1857–1924), Polish-born, but lived in England and wrote in English
  • William Cooper (20th century)
  • Marie Corelli (1855–1924)
  • Bernard Cornwell (born 1944), author of the Sharpe novels
  • Amanda Craig (born 1959), author of A Vicious Circle and In a Dark Wood
  • Andrew Crofts (born 1953), author of The Little Hero
  • Bithia Mary Croker (c. 1848–1920)
  • Camilla Dufour Crosland (1812–1895)
  • Andrew Crumey (born 1961)
  • J. A. Cuddon (1928–1996)

D[edit]

  • Charlotte Dacre (1782–1841)
  • Penny Dale (born 1954)
  • Clemence Dane (1888–1965)
  • Denise Danks
  • Lionel Davidson (born 1922)
  • Caitlin Davies (born 1964)
  • Hugh Sykes Davies (1909–1984)
  • Lindsey Davis (born 1949)
  • Coningsby Dawson (1883–1959)
  • Jennifer Dawson (1929–2000)
  • William James Dawson (1854–?)
  • Martin Day (born 1968)
  • Thomas de Quincey (1785–1859)
  • Walter de la Mare (1873–1956)
  • Daniel Defoe (1659 or 1661–1731), journalist, author of Robinson Crusoe, Moll Flanders
  • Len Deighton (born 1929)
  • R. F. Delderfield (1912–1972)
  • Thomas Deloney (1543–1600)
  • Nigel Dennis (1912–1989)
  • Colin Dexter (born 1930), author of the Inspector Morse novels
  • Nirpal Singh Dhaliwal (born 1974)
  • Charles Dickens (1812–1870)
  • Monica Dickens (1915–1992)
  • Peter Dickinson (born 1927)
  • Alice Mangold Diehl (1844–1912)
  • Benjamin Disraeli (1804–1881)
  • Henry Hall Dixon (1822–1870)
  • William Dodd (1729–1777)
  • Ann Doherty (c. 1786 – c. 1831–32)
  • Berlie Doherty (born 1943)
  • P. C. Doherty (born 1946)
  • David Donachie (born 1944), nautical historical novelist
  • Angus Donald (born 1965), historical fiction novelist
  • Louise Doughty (born 1963), novelist, playwright and journalist
  • Margaret Drabble (born 1939)
  • Daphne du Maurier (1907–1989), author of Rebecca and Jamaica Inn
  • George du Maurier (1834–1896), author of Trilby
  • Ernest Dudley (1908–2006)
  • Maureen Duffy (born 1933)
  • Ruth Dugdall (born 1971)
  • Alfred Duggan (1903–1964), historian, archaeologist and best-selling historical novelist
  • Sarah Dunant (born 1950)

E[edit]

F[edit]

G[edit]

  • Neil Gaiman (born 1960), author of The Sandman comics, Coraline, Stardust, The Graveyard Book and the BBC series Neverwhere
  • John Galsworthy (1867–1933)
  • Alex Garland (born 1970), author of The Beach
  • Elizabeth Gaskell (1810–1865)
  • Stella Gibbons (1902–1989[1]), author of Cold Comfort Farm
  • George Gissing (1857–1903)
  • William Golding (1911–1993)
  • Robert Graves (1895–1985), I, Claudius and other historical novels
  • Henry Green (1905–1973)
  • Graham Greene (1904–1991)
  • Philippa Gregory (born 1954), is an historical novelist

H[edit]

  • H. Rider Haggard (1856–1925), author of adventure novels set in exotic locations, such as King Solomon's Mines, She
  • Arthur Hailey (1920–2004)
  • Thomas Hardy (1840–1928)
  • Joanne Harris (born 1964), author of Chocolat, Five Quarters of the Orange
  • Robert Harris (born 1957)
  • Josephine Hart, author of Damage
  • L.P. Hartley (1895 – 1972) author of The Go-Between
  • Carole Hayman
  • James Herbert (born 1943), horror writer
  • Georgette Heyer (1902–1974)
  • Jack Higgins (born 1929)
  • Reginald Hill (born 1936)
  • James Hilton (1900–1954)
  • Victoria Holmes
  • Stewart Home (born 1962)
  • Anthony Hope (1863–1933)
  • Thomas Hope (1769–1831)
  • Nick Hornby (born 1957), author of About a Boy
  • Ernest William Hornung (1866–1921)
  • Anthony Horowitz (born 1956)
  • William Horwood (born 1944), author of the Duncton Wood series
  • Emma Hosken (1845–1884)
  • Elizabeth Jane Howard (born 1923)
  • Fergus Hume (1859–1932)
  • Arthur Stuart-Menteth Hutchinson (1880–1971)
  • Angela Huth (born 1938)
  • Aldous Huxley (1894–1963)

I–J[edit]

K[edit]

L[edit]

M[edit]

  • Serena Mackesy (born 1960s), The Temp
  • Denis Mackail (1892–1971), Greenery Street
  • Guy Mankowski (born 1983)
  • Allan Mallinson (born 1949), historical novelist
  • Hilary Mantel (born 1952)
  • Derek Marlowe (1938–1996), author of A Dandy in Aspic
  • Frederick Marryat (1792–1848), Mr Midshipman Easy and other sea stories
  • A. E. W. Mason (1865–1948), author of The Four Feathers
  • William Somerset Maugham (1874–1965)
  • Ian McEwan (born 1948)
  • Herman Cyril McNeile (1888–1937), writer of Bulldog Drummond
  • Paul Mendelson (born 1965), The First Rule of Survival
  • George Meredith (1828–1909)
  • A. A. Milne (1882–1956), The Red House Mystery and Mr. Pim Passes By
  • Nancy Mitford (1904–1973)
  • Aly Monroe (fl. 2008–2013)
  • Iris Murdoch (1919–1999), author of A Severed Head
  • Margaret Murphy (born 1959)
  • John Murray (born 1950), author of Murphy's Favourite Channels
  • Valerie Grosvenor Myer (1935–2007)

N[edit]

O[edit]

P[edit]

Q[edit]

R[edit]

  • Ann Radcliffe (1764–1823)
  • Julian Rathbone (1935–2008)
  • Douglas Reeman (born 1924), historical naval novelist
  • Mary Renault (1905–1983), best known for historical novels set in ancient Greece
  • Ruth Rendell (aka Barbara Vine) (born 1930), author of King Solomon's Carpet
  • Dorothy Richardson (1873–1957)
  • Samuel Richardson (1689–1761), printer, contender for the title of "first English novelist"
  • Denise Robins (1897–1985)
  • Ray Robinson (born 1971)
  • Sax Rohmer (1883–1959), creator of Dr. Fu Manchu, "the yellow peril incarnate in one man"
  • Frederick Rolfe (1860–1913), author of Hadrian the Seventh
  • J. K. Rowling (born 1965), creator of the Harry Potter series
  • Salman Rushdie (born 1947)

S[edit]

  • Vita Sackville-West (1892–1962), author, poet and gardener
  • Dorothy L. Sayers (1893–1957), mystery writer (creator of Lord Peter Wimsey), playwright
  • Simon Scarrow (born 1962), best known for his Eagle series of historical novels
  • Will Scott (1893−1964), author of Disher, Detective
  • Will Self (born 1961)
  • Diane Setterfield (born 1964), author of The Thirteenth Tale
  • Tom Sharpe (born 1928), author of Wilt
  • Joss Sheldon (born 1982)
  • Mary Shelley (1797–1851)
  • Nevil Shute (1899–1960)
  • Una Lucy Silberrad (1872–1955)
  • C. P. Snow (1905–1980)
  • Laurence Sterne (1713–1768)
  • Julian Stockwin (born 1944), author of the Kydd series, historical naval fiction
  • Alexander Stuart (born 1955), author of The War Zone, for which the 1989 Whitbread Prize was controversially withdrawn
  • Graham Swift (born 1949), won the Booker Prize in 1996 for Last Orders
  • Jonathan Swift (1667–1745), satirist, author of Gulliver's Travels, A Modest Proposal, Journal to Stella, poems and pamphlets

T[edit]

  • Elizabeth Taylor, author of The Real Life of Angel Deverell
  • James Thackara (born 1944), author of The Book of Kings
  • William Makepeace Thackeray (1811–1863)
  • Colin Thubron (born 1939), author of A Cruel Madness
  • Peter Tinniswood (1936–2003), author of I Didn't Know You Cared
  • J. R. R. Tolkien (1892–1973), author of The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings
  • Sue Townsend (1946–2014), writer of Adrian Mole books
  • Miles Tredinnick (born 1955), author of Fripp
  • Anthony Trollope (1815–1882), prolific documentor of life in Victorian England
  • Philip Turner (born 1925), children's novelist

U[edit]

V[edit]

W[edit]

Y–Z[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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