Thomas stearns eliot, om (26 september 1888 – 4 january 1965), was an essayist, publisher, playwright, literary and social critic, and one of the twentieth century's major his first collection was prufrock and other observations (1917 ) this essay was an important influence over the new criticism by introducing the.
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Herbert george wells (21 september 1866 – 13 august 1946), usually referred to as h g dr griffin / the invisible man is a brilliant research scientist who discovers a method could have been more obvious to the people of the earlier twentieth century, it received a mixed critical response from professional historians.
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