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  Author - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
It is used to convey the idea that texts have meaning and an independent existence outside that intended by the author, depending on the context and reader.
The death of the author is in self-conscious opposition to the New Criticism, a literary critical movement popular in England and America in the first half of the 20th century.
According to this movement, the author's intent is assumed to be quite clear to the author and it becomes the critic's task to understand this intent.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Author   (228 words)

 Book Reviews and Lists by Children's Authors
It is awarded annually by the Association for Library Service to Children, a division of the American Library Association, to the author of the most distinguished contribution to American literature for children.
The lists are based on actual sales as reported by publishers; they reflect domestic sales only, and do not include book club and international sales.
This list of books is now too large to load easily in one page.
www.cdli.ca /CITE/langbr.htm   (679 words)

 The HTML Lists Challenge   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Lists are used to display groups of items, such as a list of choices, steps in a procedure, or terms with definitions.
Often lists are interrupted by text that is not part of the process or procedure.
Unordered lists are used to present parallel points or to list multiple items that do not necessarily follow in a particular order.
www.freedomscientific.com /HTML_challenge/files/lists_challenge.html   (449 words)

 Lists of Recommended Contemporary Authors   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The lists are arranged by country: New Zealand, Australia, USA and Canada, and United Kingdom and Ireland.
A later addition is the New Zealand Picturebook Authors List.
Added to the authors' names are a few significant book titles, marked J (for Junior, approximate reading age of 8 to 10 years old), I (for Intermediate, approximate reading age of 10 to 13) or T (for Teenage, approximate reading age of 13 upwards).
homepages.ihug.co.nz /~l.orman/authorlists.htm   (251 words)

 Authors on the Web -- 2003 Authors' Summer Reading Lists
We asked, and more than 60 authors responded by telling us about the titles on their summer reading lists.
See what your favorite authors are reading, and then browse the lists of a few authors you have never heard of.
If you are an author who would like to submit a summer reading list next year, please email Wiley@bookreporter.com.
www.authorsontheweb.com /features/summer03/index.asp   (97 words)

 Mail Lists, Authors World   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Mail Lists can be set up on request for any topic, for example you could have a list covering how to set up web pages, or a list that covers how to sell your work.
However because I can not moderate all the lists that may be required the person suggesting the list must be prepared to act as the moderator for the list.
The responsibility will be to ensure that the content on the list stays within acceptable limits and to report any user for breach of the list protocols so that they can be barred from further participation.
www.authors-world.com /maillists/index.shtml   (187 words)

 Japanese/Authors - Wikibooks, collection of open-content textbooks
This section lists contributions of material that can only be included with special permission.
The author of the material will be listed, along with a reference back to the original source, and the date they gave their permission, and to whom.
This section lists those contributers that have given so much to the wikibook that they are judged to be authors.
en.wikibooks.org /wiki/Japanese:Authors   (152 words)

 Famous Science Fiction Authors - Criteria Indicating Fame
Authors such as Bradbury and Vonnegut who are well-known outside of genre literature are often even more famous than those who have been successful primarily within the sf/f genres.
It is true that many of these authors, such as Dante and Voltaire, wrote what would clearly be classified as science fiction or fantasy today, and the only reason they are not considered sf/f writers is because they lived and wrote before the modern literary schism between speculative and "literary/mainstream" fiction.
Ten science-fiction and fantasy titles were on Amazon.com's 1996 annual bestsellers' list, listing the top 100 bestselling titles in the entire store, regardless of type or format (all types of fiction and nonfiction as well as paperbacks and hardcovers were counted).
www.adherents.com /lit/sf_lists.html   (3349 words)

 Lists in HTML documents
Lists may also be nested and different list types may be used together, as in the following example, which is a definition list that contains an unordered list (the ingredients) and an ordered list (the procedure):
We discourage authors from using lists purely as a means of indenting text.
In ordered lists, it is not possible to continue list numbering automatically from a previous list or to hide numbering of some list items.
www.w3.org /TR/html401/struct/lists.html   (926 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
It is intended to counteract a recent tendency towards author list inflation.
One of the reasons for limiting the author list is practical: the long-existing RFC formatting conventions do not comfortably handle large author lists.
When a long author list is replaced by a single Editor in the front page header, the displaced authors can be properly and fully acknowledged in the Contributors section.
www.faqs.org /ftp/pub/internet-drafts/draft-rfc-editor-author-lists-00.txt   (1240 words)

 IMF Conference on Second Generation Reforms--List of Speakers
Author: Vito Tanzi, Director, Fiscal Affairs Department, IMF.
Jacobs was in the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs in OMB in the Executive Office of the President in Washington, D.C. He served as deputy branch chief responsible for overseeing regulatory activities of the Departments of the Treasury; of Housing and Urban Development; and of Labor.
Author: Deepak Lal, is a James S. Coleman Professor of International Development Studies, University of California at Los Angeles, Professor Emeritus of Political Economy, University College London, and co-director of the Trade and Development Unit at the Institute of Economic Affairs, London.
www.imf.org /external/pubs/ft/seminar/1999/reforms/speakers.htm   (3394 words)

 ALA | Internet Resources: Twentieth-century authors
This list was created in response to the Modern Library’s list to remedy the small number of women novelists included.
Housed at the University of Buffalo and authored by the Department of English, the Faculty of Arts and Letters and the University Library System at SUNY, EPC is a fabulous poetry resource.
Lists focus either on a broad area of literature or on a single author.
www.ala.org /ala/acrl/acrlpubs/crlnews/backissues1999/december4/twentiethcentury.htm   (1692 words)

 Suggested Reading TOC
Here are lists of older don't-miss novels and short stories that might get overlooked in the flurry of new publications.
These lists were compiled by readers especially for this web page.
Christian SF/Fantasy Recommended Reading is an extensive list of works in which a positive view of Christianity plays some role in the story.
www.sfwa.org /reading   (224 words)

For instance, if you were looking for children’s author and illustrator, Jan Brett, try entering her name after the www.
The Author Page – This site is part of the Internet Public Library and is an excellent directory of both author and illustrator web sites.
It lists all authors on the web in alphabetical order and gives you links to their home pages.
www.campusschool.dsu.edu /library/authors.htm   (323 words)

 Lists of authors - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The following are lists of authors and writers:
List of Japanese authors: A B C D E F G H I J K M N O R S T U W Y Z
This page was last modified 11:30, 17 January 2006.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lists_of_authors   (136 words)

 Authors & Texts
Search authors by name to get a list of their works and those elusive publication dates.
The electronic text section of the Bibliothèque Nationale de France offers an extensive list of authors with accompanying texts.
Author list with links to sites offering their texts.
www.fas.harvard.edu /~rll/resources/french/authors.html   (770 words)

 Adult Booklists: IF YOU LIKE ... READ-ALIKES   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Just lists authors similar to others, although in a few cases also recommended specific series or titles; the section on Janet Evanovich is especially good.
List of authors similar to Danielle Steel, Robert Ludlum, Stephen King, Anne Tyler, Faith Baldwin, David Eddings, Agatha Christie, Jane Austen, Victoria Holt, and Mary Higgins Clark.
Author, title, short summary for about 15 novels where close attention is paid to "period detail and historical accuracy, combined with the imaginative use of time travel and the concept of individual influence on history, skillfully blending historical fiction with fantasy." From Victoria Barrett's
www.waterborolibrary.org /bklistif.htm   (2929 words)

 Authors   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Author Biographies (Print) for Middle and Secondary Not internet sites, but still a wonderful collection of author biographies with publisher information.
Birthdates of children's authors by name A gopher site that offers an alphabetized list of authors with their birthdates.
Children's Authors and Illustrators, and their Books This extensive annotated list of sites has been compiled and offered to the user who doesn't have the time to search for author information on his own.
www.school.za /teachers/English/authors.htm   (478 words)

 Ohio Reading Road Trip | Ohio Authors   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
You'll also find a list of the books that each author has written, plus books about the author, movies or TV shows that were based on his or her writing, interviews with the author, etc.
Ohio Authors by Genre will give you an idea of who writes the kind of books you like to read.
Check out the Timeline of Ohio Authors to see important events such as when Ohio's authors were born, when their most important books were published, and what else was going on in the world while Ohio was making literary history.
www.ohioreadingroadtrip.org /authors   (398 words)

 diarist.net | list
With over 120,000 messages posted since its inception, DIARY-L — founded in 1996 in association with the Open Pages webring — is one of the most active mailing lists for authors of online journals and diaries.
Nothing is "off topic," with the list tone more social than technical.
It is also often a high-traffic list, with as many as 200 messages posted in a single day.
www.diarist.net /list   (84 words)

 Adult Booklists: CRIME NOVELS and MYSTERY FICTION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Lists author and name of pet (and breed, for dogs) involved in series; 9 cat series, 14 dogs series, and 3 horse series.
List of authors of capers ("Books we classify as capers are defined by their humorous narration, scrambling action, bumbling but lovable characters, and sheer fun"), with titles, publication dates, and ratings, with links to reviews.
Lists of mystery bibliographies, in categories such as historical mysteries, women mystery writers (further divided), female P.I.s, cozies, the golden age, with author, sleuth, titles, and setting/time provided.
www.waterborolibrary.org /bklistm.htm   (10382 words)

 ISP-Planet - Authors
Battersby is the author of several books on retirement saving and investing.
Fusco is a veteran of the computer and Internet industries including a three year tour of duty as the general manager of an ISP based out of Green Bay, Wisconsin.
Founder of internet.com's ISP-LISTs.com, Knight was a frequent speaker at major ISP-related conferences, and is the author of the ISP Marketing Survival Guide.
www.isp-planet.com /authors   (1115 words)

 Recommended Literature (K-12) - Reading/Language Arts (CA Dept of Education)
Links to lists of authors and titles of previously published literature lists.
Among the considerations for selection of titles for this list were opportunities for standards-aligned instruction.
In 2004, the list underwent a comprehensive review and update resulting in the addition of approximately 500 new titles, and language in annotations which identify potentially controversial material.
www.cde.ca.gov /ci/rl/ll   (430 words)

 A Who’s Who of evolutionists
Daniel Dennett, author of Darwin’s Dangerous Idea who argues gleefully that evolution eats away all foundations of religion and morality.
Many in the above list of overt atheists are strident in their opposition to everything ‘creationist’ and have contributed to publications and court cases opposing creationist ideas.
theistic scientists are conspicuous by their absence from the above lists of public promoters of evolution.
www.answersingenesis.org /creation/v20/i1/evolutionists.asp   (800 words)

 Lists of Important Authors   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The first is a roll call of the most important Latin authors whom you should know something about by heart.
You should memorize the dates of the authors in boldface (think Probatio questions here); the second is a shorter list, appropriate for this year's theme, of scientific writers from antiquity (both Greek and Roman).
The lists, of course, are not mutually exclusive.
www.uvm.edu /~classics/latindays/latinday2002/authors.html   (87 words)

 2002 Authors' Summer Reading Lists
Ever wondered what authors are reading this summer?
We asked and over 100 authors responded telling us 5 titles on their summer reading lists.
Beginning the week of July 8th, we will be running trivia games based on these lists, so be sure to check back.
www.authorsontheweb.com /features/summer02/index.asp   (87 words)

 The Publisher's Network -- The Web's Main Interconnect Site for Publishers and Authors Worldwide
It is an invaluable resource for Authors looking for the best publishing company for a new work, as well as for Publishers searching for new, original, or unique works.
Publishers may list their contact names and fields of interests for submission of new books, and Authors may use this site to help market their new works or expertise.
The Lists of Authors can be searched by name, type or class of work, subject area, and field of interest.
www.thepublishers.net   (472 words)

 Eaa-authors Info Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the Eaa-authors Archives.
To post a message to all the list members, send email to eaa-authors@lists.public.thoughtworks.org.
This is a private list, which means that the list of members is not available to non-members.
lists.public.thoughtworks.org /mailman/listinfo/eaa-authors   (241 words)

 ATN Book Lists
In the meantime, if you have trouble finding a particular list, you may want to utilize the "Find on page" link in your browser.
These recommendations are harvested from a variety of listserv such as LM_NET, Childlit, Booktalkers @egroups.com, YALSA, etc. The reading lists were started as part of a librarian collaborative project, All Together Now, begun by Dale Copps.
Permission is granted for the noncommercial duplication and use of this resource, provided it is substantially unchanged from its present form and appropriate credit is given.
nancykeane.com /rl   (312 words)

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