Sir Winston Churchill as well as being a soldier and politician was a prolific writer. Much of his writing was in the non-fiction genre, military, social and political history and analysis; which was his only full-length published novel?
The novel is about unrest under the dictatorial government of a fictional state as it becomes violent revolution. The other three deal with actual events or people.
What was the first, and only complete, novel, published in 1788, written by 18th-century British writer, philosopher, and advocate of women's rights Mary Wollstonecraft?
What fictional Chinese-American detective, created by Earl Derr Biggers in 1923 for a novel published in 1925, was the subject of over 45 films made between 1926 and 1981?
He was born in Florence in 1265, fought in the Guelph–Ghibelline conflict as both soldier and politician, was in the Physicians' and Apothecaries' Guild, and is still renowned as a poet and writer of a great work of Italian literature. Who was he?