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NOMperson autora, autor, escriptorwrites (books or stories or articles or the like) professionally (for pay)
person autora, escriptoraa woman author
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SentitWrites (books or stories or articles or the like) professionally (for pay).
Sinònimsautor, escriptor
EspècimensA. A. Milne, A.A. Milne, Alan Alexander MilneEnglish writer of stories for children (1882-1956)
Agatha Christieprolific English writer of detective stories (1890-1976)
Alan PatonSouth African writer (1903-1988)
Albert Camus, CamusFrench writer who portrayed the human condition as isolated / isolated in an absurd world (1913-1960)
Aldous HuxleyEnglish writer
Aleksandr SolzhenitsynSoviet writer and political dissident whose novels exposed the brutality of Soviet labor camps (born in 1918)
Alessandro Manzoni, ManzoniItalian novelist and poet (1785-1873)
Alex Haley, HaleyUnited States writer and Afro-American who wrote a fictionalized account of tracing his family roots back / back to Africa (1921-1992)
Alexandre Dumas, DumasFrench writer remembered for his swashbuckling historical tales (1802-1870)
Alfred de MussetFrench poet and writer (1810-1857)
Alice B. ToklasUnited States writer remembered as the secretary and companion of Gertrude Stein (1877-1967)
Alice Walker, WalkerUnited States writer (born in 1944)
Ambrose BierceUnited States writer of caustic wit (1842-1914)
Anatole FranceFrench writer of sophisticated novels and short stories (1844-1924)
Andersen, Hans Christian AndersenA Danish author remembered for his fairy stories (1805-1875)
Anderson, Sherwood AndersonUnited States author whose works were frequently autobiographical (1876-1941)
Andre GideFrench author and dramatist who is regarded as the father of modern French literature (1869-1951)
Anna Eleanor Roosevelt, Eleanor Rooseveltwife of Franklin Roosevelt and a strong advocate of human rights (1884-1962)
Anthony BurgessEnglish writer of satirical novels (1917-1993)
Anthony TrollopeEnglish writer of novels (1815-1882)
Arthur Conan Doyle, Conan Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan DoyleBritish author who created Sherlock Holmes (1859-1930)
Arthur KoestlerBritish writer (born in Hungary) who wrote a novel exposing the Stalinist purges during the 1930s (1905-1983)
Austen, Jane AustenEnglish novelist noted for her insightful portrayals of middle-class families (1775-1817)
Ayn RandUnited States writer (born in Russia) noted for her polemical novels and political conservativism (1905-1982)
Baldwin, James BaldwinUnited States author who was an outspoken critic of racism / racism (1924-1987)
Beatrice WebbEnglish writer and a central member of the Fabian Society (1858-1943)
Beckett, Samuel BeckettA playwright and novelist (born in Ireland) who lived in France
Ben HechtUnited States writer of stories and plays (1894-1946)
BenetUnited States writer
Benjamin Franklinprinter whose success as an author led him to take up politics
Bernard MalamudUnited States writer (1914-1986)
Bernard Shaw, George Bernard Shaw, ShawBritish playwright (born in Ireland)
Boris Pasternak, PasternakRussian writer whose best known novel was banned by Soviet authorities but translated and published / published abroad (1890-1960)
BoyleUnited States writer (1902-1992)
Bram StokerIrish writer of the horror novel about Dracula (1847-1912)
Bret HarteUnited States writer noted for his stories about life during the California gold rush (1836-1902)
Calvino, Italo CalvinoItalian writer of novels and short stories (born in Cuba) (1923-1987)
Carl SandburgUnited States writer remembered for his poetry in free verse and his six volume biography of Abraham Lincoln (1878-1967)
Carlos Fuentes Macías, Carlos FuentesMexican novelist (born in 1928)
Carroll, Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, Lewis CarrollEnglish author
Carson McCullersUnited States novelist (1917-1967)
Cecil Scott ForesterEnglish writer of adventure novels featuring Captain Horatio Hornblower (1899-1966)
Cervantes, Miguel de CervantesSpanish writer best remembered for 'Don Quixote' which satirizes chivalry and influenced the development of the novel form (1547-1616)
Chandler, Raymond ChandlerUnited States writer of detective thrillers featuring the character of Philip Marlowe (1888-1959)
Charles Dickens, DickensEnglish writer whose novels depicted and criticized social injustice (1812-1870)
Charles Percy Snow, SnowEnglish writer of novels about moral dilemmas in academe (1905-1980)
ChateaubriandFrench statesman and writer
Cheever, John CheeverUnited States writer of novels and short stories (1912-1982)
Chesterton, Gilbert Keith Chesterton, G. K. ChestertonConservative English writer of the Roman Catholic persuasion
Chloe Anthony Wofford, Toni MorrisonUnited States writer whose novels describe the lives of African-Americans (born in 1931)
Chopin, Kate ChopinUnited States writer who described Creole life in Louisiana (1851-1904)
Christopher IsherwoodUnited States writer (born in England) whose best known novels portray Berlin in the 1930's and who collaborated with W. H. Auden in writing plays in verse (1904-1986)
Churchill, Winston ChurchillBritish statesman and leader during World War II
Clive Staples Lewis, C. S. Lewis, LewisEnglish critic and novelist
Cocteau, Jean CocteauFrench writer and film maker who worked in many artistic media (1889-1963)
Colette, Sidonie-Gabrielle ColetteFrench writer of novels about women (1873-1954)
Collins, Wilkie CollinsEnglish writer noted for early detective novels (1824-1889)
Conrad, Joseph ConradEnglish novelist (born in Poland) noted for sea stories and for his narrative technique (1857-1924)
Conrad AikenUnited States writer (1889-1973)
Cooper, James Fenimore CooperUnited States novelist noted for his stories of American Indians and the frontier life (1789-1851)
Daniel DefoeEnglish writer remembered particularly for his novel about Robinson Crusoe (1660-1731)
Daphne du MaurierEnglish writer of melodramatic novels (1907-1989)
Dashiell HammettUnited States writer of hard-boiled detective fiction (1894-1961)
David Herbert Lawrence, D. H. Lawrence, LawrenceEnglish novelist and poet and essayist whose work condemned industrial society and explored sexual relationships (1885-1930)
Donald BarthelmeUnited States author of sometimes surrealistic stories (1931-1989)
Doris LessingEnglish author of novels and short stories who grew up in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe) (born in 1919)
Dorothy L. SayersEnglish writer of detective fiction (1893-1957)
Dorothy Parker, ParkerUnited States writer noted for her sharp wit (1893-1967)
Dostoevski, Dostoyevsky, Fedor Mikhailovich Dostoevski, Fiódor Dostoevsky, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Fyodor DostoyevskyRussian novelist who wrote of human suffering with humor and psychological insight (1821-1881)
Dr. Seuss, Theodor Seuss GeiselUnited States writer of children's books (1904-1991)
E. L. DoctorowUnited States novelist (born in 1931)
Edgar Allan Poe, PoeUnited States writer and poet (1809-1849)
Edgar Rice BurroughsUnited States novelist and author of the Tarzan stories (1875-1950)
Edgar Wallace, WallaceEnglish writer noted for his crime novels (1875-1932)
Edith WhartonUnited States novelist (1862-1937)
Edmond HoyleEnglish writer on card games (1672-1769)
Edna FerberUnited States novelist
Edna O'Brien, O'BrienIrish writer (born in 1932)
Elias CanettiEnglish writer born in Germany (1905-1994)
Elie Wiesel, Eliezer WieselUnited States writer (born in Romania) who survived Nazi concentration camps and is dedicated to keeping alive the memory of the Holocaust (born in 1928)
Elizabeth GaskellEnglish writer who is remembered for her biography of Charlotte Bronte (1810-1865)
Elmore Leonard, LeonardUnited States writer of thrillers (born in 1925)
Elwyn Brooks WhiteUnited States writer noted for his humorous essays (1899-1985)
Emerson, Ralph Waldo EmersonUnited States writer and leading exponent of transcendentalism (1803-1882)
Eric Arthur Blair, George Orwell, Orwellimaginative British writer concerned with social justice (1903-1950)
Erica JongUnited States writer (born in 1942)
Erle Stanley Gardner, Gardnerwriter of detective novels featuring Perry Mason (1889-1970)
Ernest Hemingway, HemingwayAn American writer of fiction who won the Nobel prize for literature in 1954 (1899-1961)
Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann, E. T. A. HoffmannGerman writer of fantastic tales (1776-1822)
Erskine CaldwellUnited States author remembered for novels about poverty and degeneration (1903-1987)
Esteve, StephenEnglish writer (1832-1904)
Eudora WeltyUnited States writer about rural southern life (1909-2001)
Evelyn WaughEnglish author of satirical novels (1903-1966)
Ezra PoundUnited States writer who lived in Europe
FarrellUnited States writer remembered for his novels (1904-1979)
Fitzgerald, Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald, F. Scott FitzgeraldUnited States author whose novels characterized the Jazz Age in the United States (1896-1940)
Flannery O'Connor, O'ConnorUnited States writer (1925-1964)
Ford Madox FordEnglish writer and editor (1873-1939)
Frances Hodgson BurnettUnited States writer (born in England) remembered for her novels for children (1849-1924)
Francois MauriacFrench novelist who wrote about the conflict between desire and religious belief (1885-1970)
Frank HarrisIrish writer noted for his sexually explicit but unreliable autobiography (1856-1931)
Frank NorrisUnited States writer (1870-1902)
Franz Kafka, KafkaCzech novelist who wrote in German about a nightmarish world of isolated and troubled individuals (1883-1924)
Franz Werfel, WerfelUnited States writer (1890-1945)
François-Marie Arouet, VoltaireFrench writer who was the embodiment of 18th century Enlightenment (1694-1778)
Gai Petroni, PetroniRoman satirist (died in 66)
Gaius Plinius Secundus, Plini el Vell, Plini, PlinyRoman author of an encyclopedic natural history
George EliotBritish writer of novels characterized by realistic analysis of provincial Victorian society (1819-1880)
George SandFrench writer known for works concerning women's rights and independence (1804-1876)
George William RussellIrish writer whose pen name was A.E. (1867-1935)
Georges SimenonFrench writer (born in Belgium) best known for his detective novels featuring Inspector Maigret (1903-1989)
Gertrude Steinexperimental expatriate United States writer (1874-1946)
Gore Vidal, VidalUnited States writer (born in 1925)
Gorki, Maxim GorkiRussian writer of plays and novels and short stories
Graham Greene, GreeneEnglish novelist and Catholic (1904-1991)
Grey, Zane GreyUnited States writer of western adventure novels (1875-1939)
Gustave FlaubertFrench writer of novels and short stories (1821-1880)
Hardy, Thomas HardyEnglish novelist and poet (1840-1928)
Harold Nicolson, Sir Harold George NicolsonEnglish diplomat and author (1886-1968)
Harriet Beecher StoweUnited States writer of a novel about slavery that advanced the abolitionists' cause (1811-1896)
Hector Hugh Munro, MunrosBritish writer of short stories (1870-1916)
Heinrich BoellGerman novelist and writer of short stories (1917-1985)
Helen Hunt JacksonUnited States writer of romantic novels about the unjust / unjust / unjust treatment of Native Americans (1830-1885)
Helen Keller, KellerUnited States lecturer and writer who was blind and deaf from the age of 19 months
Henry David ThoreauUnited States writer and social critic (1817-1862)
Henry FieldingEnglish novelist and dramatist (1707-1754)
Henry James, Jameswriter who was born in the United States but lived in England (1843-1916)
Henry MillerUnited States novelist whose novels were originally / originally banned as pornographic (1891-1980)
Herbert George Wells, H. G. Wellsprolific English writer / writer best known for his science-fiction novels
Herman Melville, MelvilleUnited States writer of novels and short stories (1819-1891)
Herman WoukUnited States writer (born in 1915)
Hermann Hesse, HesseSwiss writer (born in Germany) whose novels and poems express his interests in eastern spiritual values (1877-1962)
HigginsonUnited States writer and soldier who led the first Black regiment in the Union Army (1823-1911)
Hilaire BellocEnglish author (born in France) remembered especially for his verse for children (1870-1953)
Horace WalpoleEnglish writer and historian
Horatio AlgerUnited States author of inspirational adventure stories for boys
Howard PyleUnited States writer and illustrator of children's books (1853-1911)
Ian Fleming, Ian Lancaster FlemingBritish writer famous for writing spy novels about secret agent James Bond (1908-1964)
Iris MurdochBritish writer (born in Ireland) known primarily for her novels (1919-1999)
Irving, John IrvingUnited States writer of darkly humorous novels (born in 1942)
Irving, Washington IrvingUnited States writer remembered for his stories (1783-1859)
Isaac AsimovUnited States writer (born in Russia) noted for his science fiction (1920-1992)
Isaac Bashevis SingerUnited States writer (born in Poland) of Yiddish stories and novels (1904-1991)
Isak Dinesen, Karen BlixenDanish writer who lived in Kenya for 19 years and is remembered for her writings about Africa (1885-1962)
Israel ZangwillEnglish writer (1864-1926)
Ivan TurgenevRussian writer of stories and novels and plays (1818-1883)
Izaac Walton, Izaak WaltonEnglish writer remember for his treatise on fishing / fishing (1593-1683)
J. D. Salinger, Jerome David SalingerUnited States writer (born 1919)
Jack KerouacUnited States writer who was a leading figure of the beat generation (1922-1969)
Jack London, John Griffith ChaneyUnited States writer of novels based on experiences in the Klondike gold rush (1876-1916)
James BoswellScottish author noted for his biography of Samuel Johnson (1740-1795)
James Branch CabellUnited States writer of satirical novels (1879-1958)
James Joyce, Joyceinfluential Irish writer noted for his many innovations / innovations (such as stream of consciousness writing) (1882-1941)
James MichenerUnited States writer of historical novels (1907-1997)
Jane JacobsUnited States writer and critic of urban planning (born in 1916)
Jean-Jacques Rousseau, RousseauFrench philosopher and writer born in Switzerland
Jean de La Fontaine, La FontaineFrench writer who collected Aesop's fables and published them (1621-1695)
Jensen, Johannes Vilhelm Jensenmodernistic Danish writer (1873-1950)
Jessica MitfordUnited States writer (born in England) who wrote on American culture (1917-1996)
Joan DidionUnited States writer (born in 1934)
Joel Chandler HarrisUnited States author who wrote the stories about Uncle Remus (1848-1908)
John Addington SymondsEnglish writer (1840-1893)
John BarthUnited States novelist (born in 1930)
John BunyanEnglish preacher and author of an allegorical novel, Pilgrim's Progress (1628-1688)
John Cowper PowysBritish writer of novels about nature
John Dos PassosUnited States novelist remembered for his portrayal of life in the United States (1896-1970)
John GalsworthyEnglish novelist (1867-1933)
John LylyEnglish writer noted for his elaborate style (1554-1606)
John Ronald Reuel Tolkien, J.R.R. Tolkien, TolkienBritish philologist and writer of fantasies (born in South Africa) (1892-1973)
John SteinbeckUnited States writer noted for his novels about agricultural workers (1902-1968)
John UpdikeUnited States author (born 1932)
Jorge Luis BorgesArgentinian writer remembered for his short stories (1899-1986)
Joseph HellerUnited States novelist whose best known work was a black comedy inspired by his experiences in the Air Force during World War II (1923-1999)
Joyce Carol OatesUnited States writer (born in 1938)
Jules Verne, VerneFrench writer who is considered the father of science fiction (1828-1905)
Karl GjellerupDanish novelist (1857-1919)
Katherine Anne Porter, PorterUnited States writer of novels and short stories (1890-1980)
Katherine MansfieldNew Zealand writer of short stories (1888-1923)
Ken KeseyUnited States writer whose best-known novel was based on his experiences as an attendant in a mental hospital (1935-2001)
Kenneth GrahameEnglish writer (born in Scotland) of children's stories (1859-1932)
Knut Hamsun, Knut PedersenNorwegian writer of novels (1859-1952)
Kurt VonnegutUnited States writer whose novels and short stories are a mixture of realism and satire and science fiction (born in 1922)
L. Ron HubbardA United States writer of science fiction and founder of Scientology (1911-1986)
La RochefoucauldFrench writer of moralistic maxims (1613-1680)
Langston HughesUnited States writer (1902-1967)
Laurence SterneEnglish writer (born in Ireland) (1713-1766)
Lawrence DurrellEnglish writer of Irish descent who spent much of his life in Mediterranean regions (1912-1990)
Leigh HuntBritish writer who defended the Romanticism of Keats and Shelley (1784-1859)
Leo Tolstoy, Lev Tolstoi, Lleó Tolstoy, TolstoyRussian author remembered for two great novels (1828-1910)
LermontovRussian writer (1814-1841)
Liam O'FlahertyIrish writer of short stories (1896-1984)
Louis AragonFrench writer who generalized surrealism to literature (1897-1982)
Louis AuchinclossUnited States writer (born in 1917)
Lucy Maud MontgomeryCanadian novelist (1874-1942)
Malcolm LowryEnglish novelist (1909-1957)
MalrauxFrench novelist (1901-1976)
Margaret MitchellUnited States writer noted for her novel about the South during the American Civil War (1900-1949)
Mario Vargas Llosa, Vargas LlosaPeruvian writer (born in 1936)
Mark Twain, Samuel Langhorne ClemensUnited States writer and humorist best known for his novels about Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn (1835-1910)
Marqués de Sade, SadeFrench soldier and writer whose descriptions of sexual perversion gave rise to the term 'sadism' (1740-1814)
Marshall McLuhanCanadian writer noted for his analyses of the mass media (1911-1980)
Mary McCarthy, McCarthyUnited States satirical novelist and literary critic (1912-1989)
Mary ShelleyEnglish writer who created Frankenstein's monster and married Percy Bysshe Shelley (1797-1851)
Mary WollstonecraftEnglish writer and early feminist who denied male supremacy and advocated equal education for women
MaupassantFrench writer noted especially for his short stories (1850-1893)
MauroisFrench writer best known for his biographies (1885-1967)
Max BeerbohmEnglish writer and caricaturist (1872-1956)
Michael OndaatjeCanadian writer (born in Sri Lanka in 1943)
Mickey SpillaneUnited States writer of popular detective novels (born in 1918)
MontaigneFrench writer regarded as the originator of the modern essay (1533-1592)
Mordecai RichlerCanadian novelist (born in 1931)
Muriel SparkScottish writer of satirical novels (born in 1918)
Nadine GordimerSouth African novelist and short-story writer / writer whose work describes the effects of apartheid (born in 1923)
Nancy MitfordEnglish writer of comic novels (1904-1973)
Nash, Ogden NashUnited States writer noted for his droll epigrams (1902-1971)
Nathaniel HawthorneUnited States writer of novels and short stories mostly on moral themes (1804-1864)
Nelson AlgrenUnited States writer (1909-1981)
Nevil ShuteEnglish writer who settled in Norway after World War II (1899-1960)
Ngaio MarshNew Zealand writer of detective stories (1899-1982)
Norman MailerUnited States writer (born in 1923)
O. Henry, PorterUnited States writer of short stories whose pen name was O. Henry (1862-1910)
Oliver GoldsmithIrish writer of novels and poetry and plays and essays (1728-1774)
Oliver Wendell HolmesUnited States writer of humorous essays (1809-1894)
Oscar Wilde, WildeIrish writer and wit (1854-1900)
Owen WisterUnited States writer (1860-1938)
P. G. WodehouseEnglish writer known for his humorous novels and stories (1881-1975)
Patrick Victor Martindale White, Patrick WhiteAustralian writer (1912-1990)
Paul Heyse, Paul Johann Ludwig von HeyseGerman writer (1830-1914)
Pearl Buck, Pearl Sydenstricker BuckUnited States author whose novels drew on her experiences as a missionary in China / China (1892-1973)
Percy, Walker PercyUnited States writer whose novels explored human alienation (1916-1990)
Philip RothUnited States writer whose novels portray middle-class Jewish life (born in 1933)
Plini el JoveRoman writer and nephew of Pliny the Elder
Rabindranath Tagore, TagoreIndian writer and philosopher whose poetry (based on traditional Hindu themes) pioneered the use of colloquial Bengali (1861-1941)
Radclyffe HallEnglish writer whose novel about a lesbian relationship was banned in Britain for many years (1883-1943)
Ralph EllisonUnited States novelist who wrote about a young Black man and his struggles in American society (1914-1994)
Ray BradburyUnited States writer of science fiction (born 1920)
Rebecca WestBritish writer (born in Ireland) (1892-1983)
Richard Wright, WrightUnited States writer whose work is concerned with the oppression / oppression of African Americans (1908-1960)
Ring LardnerUnited States humorist and writer of satirical short stories (1885-1933)
Robert A. Heinlein, Robert Anson HeinleinUnited States writer of science fiction (1907-1988)
Robert Benchley, Robert Charles BenchleyUnited States humorist (1889-1945)
Robert GravesEnglish writer known for his interest in mythology and in the classics (1895-1985)
Robert Louis StevensonScottish author (1850-1894)
Robert Penn Warren, WarrenUnited States writer and poet (1905-1989)
Rudyard KiplingEnglish author of novels and poetry who was born in India (1865-1936)
S. S. Van Dine, Willard Huntington WrightUnited States writer of detective novels (1888-1939)
Salman RushdieBritish writer of novels who was born in India
Samuel ButlerEnglish novelist who described a fictitious land he called Erewhon (1835-1902)
Samuel JohnsonEnglish writer and lexicographer (1709-1784)
Saul BellowUnited States author (born in Canada) whose novels influenced American literature after World War II (1915-2005)
SchillerGerman romantic writer (1759-1805)
Sholem AschUnited States writer (born in Poland) who wrote in Yiddish (1880-1957)
Sigrid UndsetNorwegian novelist (1882-1949)
Sinclair LewisUnited States novelist who satirized middle-class America in his novel Main Street (1885-1951)
Somerset Maugham, William Somerset Maugham, W. Somerset MaughamEnglish writer (born in France) of novels and short stories (1874-1965)
SteeleEnglish writer (1672-1729)
Stefan ZweigAustrian writer (1881-1942)
Stephen CraneUnited States writer (1871-1900)
StocktonUnited States writer (1834-1902)
Susan SontagUnited States writer (born in 1933)
Sylvia PlathUnited States writer and poet (1932-1963)
T. E. Lawrence, Thomas Edward LawrenceWelsh soldier who from 1916 to 1918 organized the Arab revolt against the Turks
Theodore DreiserUnited States novelist (1871-1945)
Thomas De QuinceyEnglish writer who described the psychological effects of addiction to opium (1785-1859)
Thomas MaloryEnglish writer who published a translation of romances / romances about King Arthur taken from French and other sources (died in 1471)
Thomas MannGerman writer concerned about the role of the artist in bourgeois society (1875-1955)
Thomas MertonUnited States religious and writer (1915-1968)
Thomas MoreEnglish statesman who opposed Henry VIII's divorce from Catherine of Aragon and was imprisoned and beheaded
Thomas Nelson PageUnited States diplomat and writer about the Old South (1853-1922)
Thomas PynchonUnited States writer of pessimistic novels about life in a technologically advanced society (born in 1937)
Thomas Wolfe, Tom WolfeUnited States writer who has written extensively on American culture (born in 1931)
Thomas WolfeUnited States writer best known for his autobiographical novels (1900-1938)
Thornton Niven Wilder, Thornton WilderUnited States writer and dramatist (1897-1975)
Tobias SmollettScottish writer of adventure novels (1721-1771)
Upton SinclairUnited States writer whose novels argued for social reform (1878-1968)
Virginia WoolfEnglish author whose work used such techniques as stream of consciousness and the interior monologue
Vladimir NabokovUnited States writer (born in Russia) (1899-1977)
Walter ScottBritish author of historical novels and ballads (1771-1832)
WardEnglish writer of novels who was an active opponent of the women's suffrage movement (1851-1920)
Wilhelm GrimmThe younger of the two Grimm / Grimm brothers remembered best for their fairy stories (1786-1859)
Willa CatherUnited States writer who wrote about frontier life (1873-1947)
William Dean HowellsUnited States writer and editor (1837-1920)
William GoldingEnglish novelist (1911-1993)
William Makepeace ThackerayEnglish writer (born in India) (1811-1863)
William S. Burroughs, William Seward BurroughsUnited States writer noted for his works portraying the life of drug addicts (1914-1997)
William SaroyanUnited States writer of plays and short stories (1908-1981)
William StyronUnited States writer best known for his novels (born in 1925)
Witold GombrowiczPolish author (1904-1969)
EspecíficassagistaA writer of literary works
autora, escriptoraA woman author
biògrafsomeone who writes an account of a person's life
coautorA writer who collaborates with others in writing something
comediógraf, dramàtic, dramaturgsomeone who writes plays
comentaristaA writer who reports and analyzes events of the day
delineantA writer of a draft
enciclopedistaA person who compiles information (as for reference purposes)
escriptor fantasmaA writer who gives the credit of authorship to someone else
guionistasomeone who writes scripts for plays or movies or broadcast dramas
guionistaA writer of screenplays
lletristaA person who writes the words for songs
llibretistaauthor of words to be set to music in an opera or operetta
novel·listaOne who writes novels
pamfletaire, pamfletista, panfletistaA writer of pamphlets (usually taking a partisan stand on public issues)
periodistaA writer for newspapers and magazines
poeta, versificadorA writer of poems (the term is usually reserved for writers of good poetry)
polemistaA writer who argues in opposition to others (especially in theology)
tràgicA writer (especially a playwright) who writes tragedies
Generalcomunicador, comunicantA person who communicates with others
Anglèswriter, author
Espanyolautora, autor, escritora, escritor
Nomscomposició, escripturaThe act of creating written works
Verbscompondre, escriure, integrar, redactarproduce a literary work
Català > autora: 2 sentits > nom 2, person
SentitA woman author.
Generalautora, autor, escriptorWrites (books or stories or articles or the like) professionally (for pay)
Espanyolautora, escritora

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