ENGLISH/LANGUAGE ARTS LINKS



Use these English/Language Arts links to get started researching anything in the field including authors, full text books, writing guides and a multitude of other resources.

{Updated 09/19/05}


Beowulf Assignment Links

Resources for the Study of Beowulf

Internet Resources for Anglo-Saxon England--check the directions on your assignment sheet for this site.

Sutton Hoo--An Anglo Saxon Ship Burial

Sutton Hoo

Timeline 500 A.D. to 1100 A.D.

The Anglo Saxons

Da Engliscan Gesipas...--attempts to cover all aspects of Anglo-Saxon language and culture

Arms and Armour: Part 1 - The Spear--Arms and Armour of the Anglo-Saxon and Viking Age

Author Links


American Authors on the Web--General Resources --A huge set of links to all sorts of sites for American literature!

American Verse Projectfrom the University of Michigan--Boolean searchable links to various American authors

Author Guides
http://authoryellowpages.com/">Author Yellow Pages

British & Irish Authors

Free Online Books from Page by Page Books--the link here is to the list of authors.

Citation Styles Links


Citation Guides --from the University of Alberta Libraries

Citation Machine--The Landmark Project

Citing Sources--Common Bibliographic Styles

Columbia Guide to Online Style--includes MLA and citing electronic resources

Duke University's Citation Pages--VERY useful site providing comparisons and actual bibliographic citations in MLA, APA, Turabian and Chicago styles

How to Cite Media --from UC, Berkeley Library

MLA/APA Style Guides --this one from Joyce Valenza. The link is to the MLA Guide, but there's also a link to APA at the top of the page.

MLA Citation Style--from Long Island University comes this good set of examples for MLA

Writing an Annotated Bibliography --advice from the University of Toronto's writing centers.

Literary Criticism Links


Burlington County Library System Web Guide for Literary Criticism

Chicago Public Library's Bibliographies, Pathfinders and Research Aids

Literature and Literary Criticism --this one from South Texas College

IPL Online Literary Criticism Guide

A Literary Index --Internet resources in literature prepared by Chris Flack at Vanderbilt.

New York Review of Books

New York Times on the Web--Searchable database of reviews, authors, and archives. You'll have to sign up and log in but it's free! You might also want to check New York Times: Sunday Book Review

Webguide for Literary Criticism --from the Burlington County Library System.

Literature Links and Links to Online Full Text


American Women Writers 1890 to 1939 Modernism and Mythology

The Archive --From Colorado comes a list of American Literature links from colonial to contemporary.

The Atlantic Online

Banned and/or Challenged Books from the Radcliffe Publishing Course Top 100 Novels of the 20th Century

The Cambridge History of English and American Literature --fully searchable full text in 18 volumes from bartleby

A Celebration of Women WritersAn extensive set of links to a multitude of women authors in many genres also including many historical links.

Contemporary American Literature

Contemporary Literary Theory--ENGL 4F70 Home Page

Digital Librarian's Literature Links ---all kinds of literature links here both to the Invisible Web and specific sites

The English Server --FictionNow located at the University of Washington

Encyclopedia MythicaAn encyclopedia of mythology, folklore and legend

Folktexts: A library of folktales, folklore, fairty tales and mythology --from Pitt

Great Books online---An awesome set of links to all sorts of reference including The Elements of Style by William Strunk, Jr.

Fiction Links --from the English Server

Literary Resources--Feminism and Women's Literature --from Jack Lynch at Rutgers

Literary Resources on the Net --links to Biblical, Classical, Medieval, Renaissance, Victorian, American and more from Jack Lynch.

Luminarium --Medieval, Renaissance and 17th Century literature

Masterworks of Western Civilization --a fascinating table with links to works and authors from earliest literature!

Middle English Collection http://www.todayinliterature.com/index.asp">Today in Literature --"Great stories, people, books and events in literary history."

World Myths and Legends in Art--all kinds of information including comparisons, myths by culture, etc.

Myths and Legends

Novel Guide---Find your book here and get information on themes, plot synopsis, etc.

The Online Book Page --Need full text links to books online? Here are links to all of the classics from Aeschylus through Shakespeare and beyond!

The Online Medieval & Classical Library

PAL:Perspectives on American Literature

Project Gutenberg--full text books and a huge quantity of them!

Science Fiction and Fantasy Network --author pages

The Shakespeare Web

Top Humanities Websites: Literature--from the National Endowment for the Humanities Edusitement site.

USIA - Outline of American Literature - Key Literature Sites from the Department of State, International Information Programs

Victorian Web

Victorian Women Writers Project

Voice of the Shuttle --terrific links to all aspects of literature

World Mythology Main Page

Zuzu's Petals Literary Resource--a ton of author links here from ancient to contemporary!

Poetry Links


The Academy of American Poets

American Poetry Resources

Bartleby's Poetry Database

British Poetry1780-1910

Find Poetry--from the masters to a chance to post your own!

An Index of Poem Titles in Representative Poetry On-line: P-R

Poetry on the English Server

Poetry Portal --links to all things poetry!

Poetry Resources from Everypoet

Yahoo's Directory of Poetry

Writing Links


Style and Writing Guides--from the Internet Public Library

Classic Word Origins --Greek and Latin roots

The Internet Writing Journal(TM) -- Writers Write(TM)

The Nuts and Bolts Guide to College Writing --a particularly great find from one of our English teachers, helpful for all of us who write!

Paradigm Online Writing Assistant

Resources for Writers

Richard Lederer's Verbivore Page --for the word hungry!

Writing Center Online--from the University of Maine--links for writers

Youth and Teen Reading Links


Children's Literature Web Guide

Recommended Literature List --from the California Department of Education, a K-12 listing of titles searchable by grade level, genre, culture, even curricular area.

READING RANTS! -- Out of the Ordinary Teen Booklists! -- Lists Page

Children's Literature Web Guide


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