The seventeenth century was a time for many discoveries across different fields. In the field of literature, one of the greatest English epics in history was written—Paradise Lost by British poet John Milton.
One or more of those titles could have easily triggered a childhood memory of colorful books or fun movies. Dr. Seuss is best known for authoring some of the most fantastical and most enduring children’s books of all time.
English author Arthur C. Clarke is one of the most prominent figures in science fiction. With over 100 novels under his belt, including Childhood’s End and 2001: A Space Odyssey, Clarke influenced modern science fiction.