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Search for monologues, arranged by those for men or women and sub-arranged by comedic, dramatic or classic.
This site offers more than 2,500 ideas for speech topics.
Featuring 48 authors, this online literature project concentrates mainly on poetry and includes works by Frost, Shakespeare, and Whitman, as well as poetry anthologies.
A site on To Kill an Mockingbird, by Harper Lee. The site was created by students for a ThinkQuest Project. Most useful for the study of the novel and the film.
An electronic text of Austen's poems, letters, excerpts from her novels and literary criticism.
Basic guide to writing an essay. Includes a sample basic essay and links to additional essay resource titles.
From resources at the University of Virginia, this site includes texts, manuscripts, reviews, articles, and images about the writings of Mark Twain.
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LITERARY CRITICISM & BIOGRAPHY WEBSITES
Voice of the shuttle: Literature in English
Internet Public Library: Online Literary Criticism Collection
Literary Resources on the Net
PLOT SUMMARY WEBSITES
Study guides & Plot Summaries
A comprehensive guide to free plot summaries, study guides, and analysis for over 250 literary classics.
Just for Fun-Great works of literature summarized in a few sentences
500 Most Popular Lines from Shakespeare
Search for a Quote in "RhymeZone"
Mr. William Shakespeare and the Internet
All things Shakespeare, including criticism, festivals, a timeline and more!
News and reviews
Collection of photographs from actual productions of Shakespeare's plays, especially helpful for costuming ideas
Online catalog of Shakespeare’s plays arranged by tragedy, comedy, and history.