12 Best Writers Born In The Month of June: June has given the world constellations of wonderful poets, novelists, playwrights and writers
The English novelist Hardy, best known for his works “Tess of the d’Urbervilles”, “Far From the Madding Crowd” and “Jude the Obscure” was prolific.
It is said that what Shakespeare was to England, Pushkin was to Russia. Indeed, Pushkin pioneered Russian literature.
This Nobel Prize-winning author of “My Name is Red”, “The Red-Haired Woman”, “The Museum of Innocence” and more is a prolific writer.
Bellow is such a wonderful writer that he won both the Nobel Prize in Literature as well as the Pulitzer Prize for fiction
The Irish poet Yeats won the Nobel Prize for Literature for his works such as “A Prayer For My Daughter”, “The Stolen Child” and “Among School Children.
Creating the most sensational love story written to date, Segal’s “Love Story” won him an immense mass following.
Rusdhie, who was exiled from India, lived in Pakistan and now lives in the United States, is a writer of magical realism.
Sartre was an existentialist philosopher and writer who won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1964. He wrote several works including “Nausea”, “Being and Nothingness”.
From “Parable of the Sower” to “Kindred”, “Wild Seed”, “Bloodchild” and “Fledgeling”, Butler is the master of science fiction.
Orwell needs no introduction – he was one of the strongest and most political voices in literature in the twentieth century.
Martel was a renowned Canadian writer born in Spain. He wrote “Life of Pi”, which won him the Man Booker Prize in 2001.
The French writer Antoine, who was also a journalist and aviator, wrote the famous story “The Little Prince”.