Three, Emily And Charlotte. The three sisters also had a brother named Branwell.
William Wordsworth. Alexander Pope suffered from Pott's disease, which caused him to have a hunchback.
Priam. Priam's name comes from "Priimuua" which means "exceptionally courageous".
Raphael. John Milton was blind when he wrote "Paradise Lost".
The Cuthberts. Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert are unmarried siblings.
Wizard's First Rule. "The Sword Of Truth" series consists of eleven different novels.
Abraham Lincoln. Walt Whitman was the second of nine children in his family.
Daffodils. Pierce County, Washington holds a Daffodil Festival every year.
The 1930's. Jacob Jankowski, narrator of Sara Gruen's 2006 novel "Water For Elephants", was training to be a veterinarian.
Victor Hugo. "Les Miserables" is a novel that follows the lives of several French characters from 1815 to the 1832 "June Rebellion".
Colin. It is feared that Colin will grow up to be a hunchback like his father.
Edward Bear. In A.A. Milne's "Winnie the Pooh", Edward Bear says he would like an exciting name all to himself so Christopher Robin names him.
The Globe. Shakespeare's company erected the Globe theatre.
In A Nursing Home. Jacob befriends a nurse named Rosemary in the novel "Water for Elephants".
Cyril Proudbottom. In the 1949 film "The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad", Mr. Toad's horse, Cyril Proudbottom, is voiced by J. Pat O'Malley.
Marmee. In "Little Women", Marmee encourages her daughters to give their breakfasts to a poor family on Christmas morning.
Norway. Knut Hamsun was born Knud Pedersen in Lom, Norway on August 4, 1859.
Agatha Christie's. Agatha Christie wrote romance novels under the name Mary Westmacott.
Wicked. The book "Wicked" was adapted into a Broadway play and spawned a sequel.
Dix Noble. Dix Noble is a sheriff in "Double Take".