Famous Literary Critics
Browse notable literary critics such as Alexander Pope, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and Anatole France.
Educator, Philosopher, Scholar, Anti-War Activist, Economist, Literary Critic, Political Scientist, Journalist, Sociologist / 1864 - 1920
Max Weber was a 19th century German sociologist and one of the founders of modern sociology. He wrote The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism in 1905.
Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
Educator, Historian, Scholar, Literary Critic, Filmmaker, Academic Author, Editor / 1950 -Henry Louis Gates, Jr. is an African-American educator and scholar, and the director of the W. E. B. DuBois Institute for African and African-American Research.
Literary Critic, Journalist, Author, Poet
Margaret Atwood is a Canadian award-winning writer best known for her poetry, short-stories and novels such as The Circle Game, The Handmaid’s Tale, Snowbird and The Tent.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
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profile name: Max Weber profile occupation: Educator, Philosopher, Scholar, Anti-War Activist, Economist, Literary Critic, Political Scientist, Journalist, Sociologist
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profile name: Ralph Ellison profile occupation: Educator, Literary Critic, Academic Author, Author
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profile name: Margaret Atwood profile occupation: Literary Critic, Journalist, Author, Poet
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profile name: Henry Louis Gates, Jr. profile occupation: Educator, Historian, Scholar, Literary Critic, Filmmaker, Academic Author, Editor
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profile name: Margaret Fuller profile occupation: Women's Rights Activist, Literary Critic, Writer
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profile name: Samuel Taylor Coleridge profile occupation: Philosopher, Literary Critic, Poet
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