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
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
American Authors on the Web--General Resources --A huge set of links to all sorts of sites for American literature!
Projectfrom the University of Michigan--Boolean searchable links to
various American authors
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 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.
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.
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
Celebration of Women WritersAn extensive set of links to a multitude
of women authors in many genres also including many historical
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!
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
on American Literature
Project Gutenberg--full text
books and a huge quantity of them!
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
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!
The Academy of American Poets
American Poetry Resources
Bartleby's Poetry Database
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
Poetry Portal --links to all things poetry!
Poetry Resources from Everypoet
Yahoo's Directory of Poetry
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!
Online--from the University of Maine--links for writers
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