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Complete List of All Poets and Writer (সব কবি ও লেখকদের পরিপূর্ণ তালিকা)

লেখক ও কবিদের জীবনী

এটি সব লেখক ও কবিদের একটি তথ্য মূলক ছক, যা দ্বারা প্রত্যেকটি শিক্ষার্থী উপকৃত হতে পারবেন। এবং আরো বেশি তথ্য পেতে লেখক ও কবিদের তালিকার নাম গুলোতে ক্লিক করুন
আশা করি নিচের দেওয়া তথ্য থেকে আপনারা সবাই উপকৃত হবেন।
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- তথ্যসূত্রঃ বই ও উইকিপিডিয়া

Picture Name Born Died Parents Spouse(s)
  William Shakespeare 26 April 1564 23 April 1616 (aged 52) John Shakespeare (father)
Mary Arden (mother)
Anne Hathaway (m. 1582)
  John Milton 9 December 1608 8 November 1674 (aged 65)  John Milton (father) Sarah Jeffrey (mother) 1. Mary Powell, 2. Katherine Woodcock, 3. Elizabeth Mynshull or Minshul
 John Donne John Donne  22 January 1572  31 March 1631 (aged 59) John Donne (Father)
Elizabeth Heywood(Mother)
 Anne More
 Robert Herrick Robert Herrick 24 August 1591 15 October 1674 (aged 83) Nicholas Herrick (Father) Julia Stone (Mother)  -

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