The 10 Most Influential Writers in the 20th Century

When you think of the most influential writers of the 20-century, one of the first names that comes to mind is the late, great writer George Saunders.

His story collection, The Great American Novel, is still one of my favorite novels, and he’s a great inspiration to all of us, from young writers to older writers.

I thought it would be great to explore a few of his more popular works.

Saunders has written about many subjects, from the American Revolution to his most recent novel, The American Dream.

His most famous book is A Song of Ice and Fire, which tells the story of the world of Westeros.

He also wrote a number of short stories and novels.

In the 1940s, Saunders was an accomplished poet.

He is considered to be the father of modern poetry.

I’d love to explore some of his most popular and famous poems.

There are also a few that are quite obscure, such as “The Man in the Yellow Face,” a poem that deals with depression, and “Cave of Forgotten Dreams.”

Saunders was also a popular musician.

He wrote many songs, and many of them are still in the public domain.

One of my favorites is “Don’t Be Cruel,” a song by the composer John Coltrane.

I also like to take a look at his poetry, which he wrote between 1915 and 1928.

The music is called “The Wind and the Sea,” and it’s one of his great songs.

Saunders wrote about his experiences as a black man in the South, including his experiences in Birmingham, Alabama, where he was born.

It’s a song that deals both with racism and the importance of education.

Saunders also wrote about being a black writer, and his influence has been felt throughout the arts.

His influence on writers such as Sylvia Plath, Shirley Jackson, and Elizabeth Gilbert is well-documented.

I’ll also be exploring some of Saunders’ other works, including The Blue-Eyed Bandits, The Red-Tailed Fox, and the book of poetry “The Life and Times of Edgar Allan Poe.”

And I’m sure there are more Saunders favorites, such in The Great Gatsby, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, and The Jungle Book.

Saunders is a writer who had a lot of influence on the future generations of writers.

He had a large impact on writers and artists like Poe and Plath.

And Saunders was one of those people who was kind of a proto-Poet Laureate.

That means that he would write a poem for a book and write a few lines in a novel, and then send it out to all the people who loved it.

In addition to Saunders, I’ll be exploring a few other great writers.

Some of the best-known are William Faulkner, Ernest Hemingway, and W. Somerset Maugham.

I think the best way to understand this is to look at the people they inspired.

Faulk, for example, is a great writer who was very influenced by Saunders.

And he also was influenced by a number other great poets, including Maughan, C.S. Lewis, and William Butler Yeats.

Ernest Hemmingway and William Shakespeare both had a big influence on Saunders, who wrote the famous lines, “I will never write a story in which a man’s life is an accident, or a mistake, or an error of fate.”

He also said, “My life will be a series of adventures, and I’ll never write anything except one or two stories.”

And William Butler was a great influence on him as well.

He’s considered the father, along with Faulk and Shakespeare, of modern literary criticism.

I’m going to take the other two writers from the 20s, William Faulks and W., Somerset M.M.C., and the most famous of them all, W.C. Fields.

Faulks was the most successful writer in the history of literature.

He was the author of the great novel, Ulysses, which is considered one of Shakespeare’s greatest works.

And his book, The New Yorker, is considered the definitive English novel.

It was a bestseller for more than two hundred years, and it was the first book in English history to be translated into all of the major languages.

And, in fact, Fields was a big inspiration to the American novelist, Aldous Huxley, who in his book Brave New World was inspired by his own experiences as Faulk.

In a sense, he inspired the American writer in so many ways.

It wasn’t just Faulks, but all of them, but also the great writers who influenced him, including Huxleys great cousin, Ernest Cline.

It just shows that there’s a big swath of great writers, and they’re all important to us.

I hope you enjoyed this exploration of the history and legacy of great authors.

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