Most of the classic literature lists will cover these forms of the most famous index poems, plays and novels. But this classic list of documents has a slightly different view of things because it only considers popular writers who cross different forms of writing.
William Shakespeare is perhaps the most famous writer in the UK. He is known as the creator of tragedies like Hamlet, Romeo and Juliet, and historical comedies like many idle and Henry V. But he also wrote poetry. Shakespeare's sonnets collect 154 poems and sell them around the world.
Edgar Allan Poe is another writer who works in different literary forms. He is known as a writer of Gothic short stories, but he is also a novelist and poet. In addition, he pioneered the type of detective, which was later promoted by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes. Poe's poems and short stories can be found in a volume, and his only novel, "The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym," is still in print. All of his works are in the public domain, so different versions of various publishers can be found on the shelves.
Like Slope, James Joyce also published poetry and short stories. He is best known for the novels Ulysses and Finnegan, but his book "Dublin" is a collection of 15 short stories, and the exile is his only script, still very popular today. welcome.
Writers like Stephen King and Agatha Christie are considered to be one of the best writers of their chosen genre, but they also venture outside their comfort zone, working in different genres and different forms. Kim has written various novels, published many short stories, and has written various types of scripts covering horror, fantasy and science fiction. His Dark Tower series is one of the best examples of writer diversity because it covers fantasy, science fiction, horror and Western genres.
Agatha Christie is the creator of Hercule Poiret and Miss Marple and the best-selling author of all time. Her book is only surpassed by the Bible. She is also a short story writer and playwright.
Her stage play was very successful. Mouse traps are probably the most popular. It claims to have the record of the longest continuous theater. It opened in 1952 and is still produced at the Ambassador Theatre.