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7 classic writers from the U.S.

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In celebration of the 4th of July, I thought I’d compile a list of 7 great U.S. writers.I’m only covering adult fiction, which is why Dr. Seuss is not only the list.It’s my blog, so it’s my choice of writers, feel free to disagree, but I hope you find it interesting.
Isaac Asimov
Asimov was a scientist with a gift for creativity and communication.He’s probably best remembered for his sci-fi stories, but he also wrote mysteries and outstanding non-fiction.
Ernest Hemingway
I’m not at all convinced that I would have got on with Hemingway if I had met him personally, but there can be no doubt that he was one of the most talented writers in history and his influence lives on.
Jack Kerouac
His style may not be to everyone’s taste (although I suppose you could say that of any author) and he was vilified personally and as a writer throughout his adult life, but for all his personal issues (including chronic alcohol abuse), his novel On the Road is now regarded as a classic.
Stephen King
King has wri…