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Matsuo Basho
Giambattista Basile

Katharine Lee Bates
Charles Baudelaire

L. Frank Baum

Seated Statue of Basho, Edo Period, Giclee Print
Seated Statue of Basho,
Edo Period,
Giclee Print

Matsuo Basho
b. 1644; Japan
d. 11-28-1694

‘now then, let's go out / to enjoy the snow... until / I slip and fall!’ [1688]

• “The temple bell stops but I still hear the sound coming out of the flowers.”

Basho: The Complete Haiku

Marie-Catherine, Countess d'Aulnoy
Giambattista Basile

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Giambattista Basile
b. 1566 or 1575; Italy
d. 2-23-1632

Giambattista Basile, poet and courtier, was also a collector of fairy tales.

Charles Perrault and the Grimm Brothers acknowledged Basile as source material.

The Tale of Tales, or Entertainment for Little Ones

Charles Baudelaire Seated in a Louis XIII Armchair, 1855, photograph by Nadar
Katherine Lee Bate
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Katharine Lee Bates
b. 8-12-1859; Falmouth, MA
d. 3-28-1929

Katharine Lee Bates, a professor of English literature at Wellesley College, is best remembered as the author of the poem “America, the Beautiful”, which was inspired by the view from the summit of Pikes Peak.

John Barth, The Friday Book
John Barth,
The Friday Book

John Barth
b. 5-27-1930; Cambridge, MD

Novelist, short-story writer, and professor John Barth, is known for the postmodernist (fragmentation, paradoxical) and metafictive quality (fiction that asks questions of being fiction, like a story about a writer writing a story), of his work.

Charles Baudelaire Seated in a Louis XIII Armchair, 1855, photograph by Nadar
Charles Baudelaire photograph by Nadar

Charles Baudelaire
b. 4-9-1821; Paris, France
d. 8-31-1867; Paris

Baudelaire was an influential French poet and critic, as well as translator of the works of American writer Edgar Allan Poe. (Poe wrote about a raven, Baudelaire wrote about an albatross.)

Flowers of Evil and Other Works/Les Fleurs du Mal Et Oeuvres Choisies : A Dual-Language Book, Charles Baudelaire
Baudelaire letter to Richard Wagner print
Baudelaire drawing of Jeanne Duval

Frank Lyman Baum Wrote the Childrens Classic, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, 1900, Giclee Print
L. Frank Baum
Giclee Print

L. Frank Baum
b. 5-15-1856; Chittenango, New York
d. 5-6-1919; Hollywood, California (stroke)

Lyman Frank Baum was an author, poet, playwright, actor, and independent filmmaker who is best remembered today as the creator (along with illustrator W.W. Denslow) The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.

Baum was also the son-in-law of women's rights activist Matilda Joslyn Gage.

L. Frank Baum quotes ~
• “The imaginative child will become the imaginative man or woman most apt to create, to invent, and therefore to foster civilization.

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