Named after the 19th-Century American poet Emily Dickinson, whose unconventional writing style has fascinated students and scholars in modern times.
Named after the short-lived but gifted American poet Sylvia Plath, famous for her ferociously confessional style of writing.
Named after the famed Victorian poet Robert Browning, whose dramatic monologues still resonate with contemporary audiences.
Octavia Estelle Butler, whose science-fictional tales feature strong, black female protagonists battling alienation to construct a better society.
Named afterNobel-prize winner Toni Morrison, whose stirring novels about marginalized peoples rank among the top 100 fiction books written in English.
William Shakespeare, whose sonnets and plays have been read and performed around the world for more than 400 years.
Houses are named in honor of inimitable authors who have written extensively on Love and Death.