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FC: Romantic Authors
1: Table of Contents 2-3 What is a romantic author 4-5 Why and what do they write about 6-9 Examples of Romantic Authors 10 Bibliography
2: What is a romantic author? A romantic author doesn't necessarily write about love. Most romantic authors are dark and have a depressing ending.
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4: Why and what do they write about? Romantic authors write about death, love, betrayal, and many other components needed to write their love tragedy.
6: Examples of romantic authors. Here are some examples of romantic authors. | Edgar Allen Poe
7: Emily Dickinson | Elizabeth Cady
8: More examples of romantic authors | Emma Hart
9: Paulina Davis | Nat Turner