Library Study Guides: Language Arts
American Literature – Non-fiction section 810-819: Works and critical essays on influential American authors.
British Literature – Non Fiction section 820-829: Have a project on Shakespeare or another famous British author? Browse the 820s.
World Literature – Non-Fiction section 830-899: Material focusing on non-American/British authors.
Articles from subscription databases– Obtain passwords from library for use at home.
A searchable database of full-text critical essays and interpretations of literary works.
Examine great writers, important works, memorable characters, and event in world literature.
Websites you can trust
+Folklore, Myths, Legends, & Fairy Tales
Digital Scriptorium – image database of medieval and renaissance manuscripts
Dime Novel & Paper Story Collection – from Stanford University
Making of America – digital library of American Social History from antebellum period through reconstruction.
Manuscripts Online – written culture in Britain from 1000 – 1500
Victorian Women Writers Project – British women writers of the 19th century
+Renaissance & Shakespeare
Folger Shakespeare Library – over 80,000 digital images of Shakespeare’s work in various formats
Britain Express – events and daily life in the Tudor period
Renaissance – the Elizabethan World
Renaissance Interactive – from Annenberg Learner
Shakespeare Uncovered from WNET
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