103 Who's Who Literary Persons and Their Special Titles



SL. No.
Name of Literary Persons
Title Conferred on Them
1.
Geoffrey Chaucer
The Father of English Literature
2.
Geoffrey Chaucer
The Father of English Poetry
3.
Geoffrey Chaucer
The Father of English Language
4.
Geoffrey Chaucer
The Morning Star of the Renaissance
5.
Geoffrey Chaucer
The First National Poet
6.
Venerable Bede
The Father of English Learning.
7.
Venerable Bede
The Father of English History
8.
King Alfred the Great
The Father of English Prose
9.
Aeschylus
The Father of Tragedy
10.
Nicholas Udall
The First English Comedy Writer
11.
Edmund Spenser
The Poet’s poet (by Charles Lamb)
12.
Edmund Spenser
The Child of Renaissance
13.
Edmund Spenser

The Bridge between Renaissance and Reformation
14.
Gutenberg
The Father of Printing
15.
William Caxton
Father of English Press
16.
Francis Bacon
The Father of English Essay
17.
John Wycliffe
The Morning Star of the Reformation
18.
Christopher Marlowe
The Father of English Tragedy
19.
William Shakespeare
Bard of Avon
20.
William Shakespeare
The Father of English Drama
21.
William Shakespeare
Sweet Swan of Avon
22.
William Shakespeare
The Bard
23.
Robert Burns
The Bard of  Ayrshire (Scotland)
24.
Robert Burns
The National Poet of Scotland
25.
Robert Burns
Rabbie
26.
Robert Burns
The Ploughman Poet
27.
William Dunber
The Chaucer of Scotland
28.
John Dryden
Father of English criticism
29.
William of Newbury
Father of Historical Criticism
30.
John Donne
Poet of love
31.
John Donne
Metaphysical poet
32.
John Milton
Epic poet
33.
John Milton
The great master of verse
34.
John Milton
Lady of the Christ College
35.
John Milton
Poet of the Devil’s Party
36.
John Milton
Master of the Grand style
38.
John Milton
The Blind Poet of England
39.
Alexander Pope
Mock heroic poet
40.
William Wordsworth
The Worshipper of Nature
41.
William Wordsworth
The High Priest of Nature
42.
William Wordsworth
The Poet of Nature
43.
William Wordsworth
The Lake Poet
44.
William Wordsworth
Poet of Childhood
45.
William Wordsworth
Egotistical Sublime
46.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
The Poet of Supernaturalism
47.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Opium Eater
48.
Coleridge & Wordsworth
The Father of Romanticism
49.
Wordsworth, Coleridge, Southey
Lake Poets
50.
Lord Byron
The Rebel Poet
51.
Percy Bysshe Shelley
The Revolutionary Poet
52.
Percy Bysshe Shelley
Poet of hope and regeneration
53.
John Keats
Poet of Beauty
54.
William Blake
The Mystic Poet
55.
John Keats
Chameleon Poet
56.
Lord Alfred Tennyson
The Representative of the Victorian Era
57.
George Bernard Shaw
The greatest modern dramatist
58.
George Bernard Shaw
The Iconoclast
59.
Jane Austen
Anti-romantic in Romantic age
60.
Lindley Murray
Father of English Grammar
61.
James Joyce
Father of English Stream of Conscious Novel
61.
Edgar Allen Poe
Father of English Mystery play
62.
Edgar Allen Poe
The Father of English Short Story
63.
Henry Fielding
The Father of English Novel
64.
Samuel Johnson
Father of English one Act Play
65.
Sigmund Freud
A great Psycho-analyst
66.
Robert Frost
The Poet of Terror
67.
Francesco Petrarch
The Father of Sonnet (Italian)
68.
Francesco Petrarch
The Father of Humanism
69.
Sir Thomas Wyatt
The Father of English Sonnet
70.
Henry Louis Vivian Derozio
The Father of Indian-Anglican Sonnet
71.
William Hazlitt
Critic’s Critic
72.
Charles Lamb
The Essay of Elia
73.
Arthur Miller
Mulk Raj Anand of America
74.
Addison
The voice of humanist Puritanism
75.
Emerson
The Seneca of America
76.
Mother Teresa
The Boon of Heaven
77.
Thomas Nash
Young Juvenile
78.
Thomas Decker
Fore-runner of Humorist
79.
Homer
The Father of Epic Poetry
80.
Homer
The Blind Poet
81.
Henrick Ibsen
 Father of Modern theatre
82.
Rabindranath Tagore
Indian National Poet
83.
Nissim Ezekiel
The Father of Indian English Poetry
84.
Michael Madhusudan Dutta
The Father of Indo-Anglican Drama
85.
Mulk Raj Anand
The Father of Indo-Anglican Fiction
86.
Mulk Raj Anand
The Author for the Untouchable
87.
Mark Twin
The Father of American Literature
88.
Walt Whitman
The Father of American English Poetry
89.
William Dunlap
The Father of American Drama
90.
Charles Brockden brown
The Father of American Novel
91.
Anton Chekov
The Father of Modern Short Story
92.
Ferdinand de Saussure
The Father of Linguistics
93.
Noam Chomsky
The Father of Modern Linguistics
94.
Robert Browning
The Poet of Psychological Love
95.
Robert Browning
The Father of Dramatic Monologue
96.
William Sydney Porter
O. Henry
97.
Charles Dickens
Boz
98.
Macaulay
The Father of Indian English Learning
99.
Isac Asimov
The Father of Science Fiction
100.
Empedocles
The Father of Rhetoric (by Aristotle)
101.
Kalidasa
The Shakespeare of India
102.
Ruskin Bond
The Wordsworth of India
103.
Horace Walpole
The Father of Gothic Novel


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