Romantic-era poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge embraces supernatural elements in his classic poem about how one sailor’s callous action curses an entire ship.
Isabel Allende, Queen of Magic Realism, claims a writer must lie to get at the truth.
D. H. Lawrence’s personality and body of work inspires questions about his attitudes towards women; he shows passion in both love and hate towards them.
Eccentric poet Dame Edith Sitwell capitalized on her sense of unexpected artistic style to launch her poetry into popular culture.
Winifred May Letts, Eleanor Farjeon, Wilfred Owen, Ivor Gurney and Siegfried Sassoon responded to the Great War in very different ways.