5 World’s Most Famous Classic Romance Authors

Nothing brings innocence back more than romance! And it is truly said that you haven’t lived your life if you haven’t experienced being in love. It is love that changes our mood in a moment and takes us to our imaginary worlds.

There is no doubt in that there are many contemporary romance writers but classic romance always has a special place in our hearts. The classic period of romance is completely different from today’s romance.

In this article, we will talk about the 5 most famous classic romance authors.

1. Jane Austen

If one name comes to everyone’s minds when we talk about the best romantic fiction novels, then undoubtedly the name is Jane Austen. Born in 1775, Austen has given some of the finest love stories with a touch of societal differences and strong female characters.

Famous Books: Pride and Prejudice, Persuasion, Sense and Sensibility, Emma

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2. Emily Brontë

Do you think it is possible to talk about romance and skip the Brontë sisters on the list? No, that’s just impossible. Emily Brontë, born in 1818, is famous for just one book but that book itself is considered her masterpiece. Even a film is made about it.

Famous Books: Wuthering Heights

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3. Charlotte Brontë

Born in 1816, Charlotte is another Brontë sister who’s famous for creating masterpieces in the literary world. Published her works under the pseudonyms, Charlotte’s first novel was rejected by the publishers.

Famous Books: Jane Eyre, The Professor, Villette

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 4. D.H. Lawrence

D.H. Lawrence is one of those literary gems whose name can’t be missed in history. Born in 1995, Lawrence’s novels subtly show us the intricacies of relationships that we humans go through in our lives.

Famous Books: Sons and Lovers, Lady Chatterley’s Lover, Women in Love, The Rainbow

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5. Margaret Mitchell

Published only one novel during her lifetime, Margaret Mitchell, born in 1900, won National Book Award as well as Pulitzer Award for Fiction. Though her novel was based on the American civil-war era, the characters and their relationships made it a masterpiece.

Famous Books: Gone with the Wind, Lost Laysen 

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