Lewis Carroll was an English author, poet and mathematician famous for Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass. He was known for his mastery of wordplay, logic and fantasy.
Nicholas Sparks is an author and philanthropist who has written 23 novels; many of which have become New York Times bestsellers, selling 115 million copies worldwide.
Fitzgerald was renowned for popularizing the Jazz Age term and his flamboyant novels depicting it. He published four novels, four collections, and 164 stories in his lifetime.
Toni Morrison is an American novelist famous for works such as The Bluest Eye and Song of Solomon, which won a National Book Critics Circle Award.
George Orwell (pen name of Eric Arthur Blair) was an English novelist and essayist known for his criticism against totalitarianism and support of democratic socialism.