Benjamin Franklin Scott F. Fitzgerald William Faulkner James T. Farrell Ralph Waldo Emerson W.E.B Du Bois Theodore Dreiser Fredrick Douglass John Dos Passos Stephen Crane James Fenimore Cooper Kate Chopin
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