Modern & Classical Lang & Lit Courses Department of Modern classical Languages and Literatures application to the specific cycles of myths from medieval times to current literary trends, focusing on major authors and http://www.spc.edu/departments/mod_lang/courses.shtml
VoS - Voice Of The Shuttle AngloSaxon medieval lit. . authors, Works, Projects The Online medieval and classical Library (OMACL) (Douglas Criticism ( for specific criticism, see under individual authors http://vos.ucsb.edu/browse.asp?id=2740
Literature Resources Internet Collections Devoted to specific authors or Works. classical, medieval, and Renaissance literature Texts, andromeda.rutgers.edu/~jlynch/18th/lit.html. http://www.cac.cc.az.us/smc/library/lit.htm
Extractions: The Teaching and Learning Center at Superstition Mountain Campus Literature Resources - Web Links Authors Criticism Literary Works in Full Text Multicultural ... World African American Women of the 19 th Century http://digital.nypl.org/schomburg/writers_aa19/toc.html MIT Libraries Internet Collections Devoted to Specific Authors or Works. Alphabetical listings and links to hundreds of web pages to authors. http://libraries.mit.edu/guides/subjects/literature/authors.html Johannes Gutenberg Universitaet Mainz Sites that maintain biographical and bibliographic information for an author http://fb14.uni-mainz.de/author/biobib.htm Mitsuharu Matsuoka th Century British authors, British authors, and American authors http://lang.nagoya-u.ac.jp/~matsuoka/ Joanne Gates Individual Author Sites, bottom of menu. http://www.jsu.edu/depart/english/choice.htm Yahoos Index of Authors http://dir.yahoo.com/arts/humanities/literature/authors/ Internet Public Library http://www.ipl.org/ref/litcrit/
VoS - Voice Of The Shuttle AngloSaxon medieval lit. . authors, Works, Projects The Online medieval and classical Library (OMACL) (Douglas Criticism ( for specific criticism, see under individual authors http://vos.ucsb.edu/browse-netscape.asp?id=2740
Literature Library collection of works from medieval and classical civilization. medieval (Old and Middle English) - links from Voice of the specific authors AND WORKS. http://library.uwa.edu/Resources/Lit.htm
WPL AUTHOR CATALOGS authors of classical literature. authors of medieval literature. authors of EW King Library lit Subject Guide English Writers listing of authors, or search specific categories http://www.waterborolibrary.org/authors.htm
Extractions: All of Waterboro Public Library Maine Writers Index Literary Birthdays Waterboro Cemeteries: AUTHOR APPEARANCES Online Literary Criticism Collection (Internet Public Library) Books and Writers: Authors' Calendar (Petri Liukkonen, Pegasos, Finland) Bogcafeen (Arne Herløv Petersen) Literature 2000 Catharton: Authors Guide (Catharton) Authors listed in alphabetical order.
Literature & Reading Resources: Web Catalogs period, including specific authors as well medieval, classical, baroque, neoclassical, romantic, postromantic, literature of the 20th century, current lit). Also a separate authors http://www.waterborolibrary.org/books.htm
Extractions: All of Waterboro Public Library Maine Writers Index Literary Birthdays Waterboro Cemeteries: African Literature Eastern/Asian/Middle Eastern Literature European Literature Hispanic Literature ... Speculative: Fantasy and Science Fiction The English Server (Carnegie Mellon University) Lots and lots of links, on these topics and more: 18th Century cultural studies, audio and video recordings of scholarly presentations, Non-fiction book texts, community bulletin boards, calls for papers, literacy, cultural theory, drama texts, feminism, fiction texts, film and TV, journals, languages, libraries, poetry and sudden poetry texts, and rhetoric.
English 2332 World Lit I Summer Syllabus the literature of the classical, medieval, and Renaissance identify/discuss terms, characters, authors, and excerpted More specific to this course, any paper http://iws.ccccd.edu/jmiller/English 2332 World Lit I Summer Syllabus.htm
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Literature Literature Online (LION) Search Knowledge Notes to find critical overviews of specific works by major authors classical and medieval Literature Criticism http://www.library.drexel.edu/research/guides/pdfs/lit.html
Extractions: Library Hours If you have any comments/questions about the resources listed below or would like further assistance with your research, please contact Alison Lewis , Humanities and Social Science Librarian, at 215.895.2765 or firstname.lastname@example.org Introduction This guide is intended to give an overview of information sources available for students doing research on literature. If you are looking for information on drama , please see the supplemental Drama Resource Guide , in addition to this one. Author Information Criticism Guides Books Finding Articles ... More help... Finding Information about Authors Finding information about an author is a common activity when studying literature. The tools listed below will help you find general biographical information on authors, such as their birth and death dates, where they lived, who their friends, families, and associates were, and what life experiences influenced their writing. The items in this list are found in either in the Electronic Resources or in the Reference Collection at Hagerty Library.
Extractions: LINKING LIBRARY W W W - D I R E C T O R I E S_ WWW-directories (jumpboxes) Continental-national directories: ...Africa ...Asia ...Australia ...Europe ...Middle East ...N.America ...S.America International directories: A-B International directories: C-G International directories: H-M International directories: N-O International directories: P-T International directories: U-Z Dutch directories A-J Dutch directories K-Z Philosophy directories Religion directories Science directories (miscel.) A-D .Science directories (miscel.) E-L Science directories (miscel.) M-Z Social Sciences directories Spirituality directories _L I N K I N G - L I B R A R Y B U S I N E S S C H A T T I N G D I C T I O N A R I E S I N T E R N E T - S E R V I C E S L I T E R A T U R E Books-on-line Libraries Literature/general L O C A L (E N S C H E D E - E.O.) M E D I A S C I E N C E ( G E N E R A L ) S P O R T S T I M E Linking Library: Home (index) Linking Bibliotheek: Thuis (index) Linking Library: Frames-English Linking Bibliotheek: Frames-Ned. Add URL/URL toev.
Extractions: Literary Resources on the Net - Another great, categorized collection running the gamut from classical/Biblical to modern. Searchable. European Literature - Electronic Texts - The United Nations of world literature with links to major sites for literature in 18 categories grouped by language/country. The British Literature Index - Selected resources from medieval to modern. Australian Literature on the Internet - Links to the major Australian literature sites, including organizations, journals, and university resources.
American And English Literature Internet Resources criticisms on authors and specific periods, text following Biblical, classical, medieval, Renaissance, Restoration, 18th books and authors, medieval english literature, anglo http://library.scsu.ctstateu.edu/litbib.html
Extractions: American and English Literature Internet Resources Contents Electronic Texts General Literature Sources American Literature General Resources American Literature Drama and Theater ... Alex: A Catalogue of Electronic Texts on the Internet Alex indexes over 700 books and shorter texts and retrieves these documents full-text on the Internet. Does not include serials. Has search feature where you can enter author or title. American Literature: Electronic Texts This site has works of numerous twentieth century american writers and authors arranged in alphabetical order by the last name of the author. Also included are works on black history and literature. Electronic Text Center University of Virginia The Electronic Text Center in Virginia houses an on-line archive of numerous electronic texts. Not all are freely accessible to outside users. FreeELiterature FreeELiterature offers a wide array of ebooks covering the classics, fiction, poetry, non-fiction, religion, philosophy, and mythology at absolutely no charge. The intrinsic value of this site is that the books can be read on pocket PCs and palm pilots as well. Electronic Books and Journals: The Open Directory Project The Open Directory Prodect is the largest, most comprehensive directory that is maintained and edited by a community of volunteers. Contains links to electronic text archives and literature ejournals.
Extractions: Home Undergraduate Studies Graduate Studies MA Degrees ... PhD Degree back Studies in Literature Studies in Writing Studies in Linguistics Scholarships/Fellowships Renaissance Literature NOTE: The Student is reminded that consultation with the major professor and the members of the dissertation Committee is necessary throughout the student's graduate tenure. Individual major professors, and Members of dissertation committees may require additional or alternative readings for the student. Drama Shakespeare. Hamlet King Lear Othello Macbeth A Midsummer Night's Dream Merchant of Venice Tempest Julius Caesar Richard III I Henry IV Coriolanus Richard II Henry V Udall. Ralph RoisterDoister Mr. W[illiam] S[tevenson?], Gammer Gurton's Needle Sackville and Norton, Gorboduc Lyly, Endymion Kyd, The Spanish Tragedy Webster. The Duchess of Malfi Middleton and Rowley. The Changling Marlowe, Doctor Faustus The Jew of Malta Edward II Chapman, Bussy D'Ambois Marston
The Medieval Problem Of Universals customary to classify medieval authors as being realists, conceptualists discuss how the specific medieval questions concerning universals certain way and lit up by that intelligible http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/universals-medieval
Extractions: SEP universally , for all medieval problem of universals is a logical, and historical, continuation of the ancient problem generated by Plato's (428-348 B.C.) theory answering such a bundle of questions, namely, his theory of Ideas or Forms. The inherent problems with Plato's original theory were recognized already by Plato himself. In his Parmenides Plato famously raised a number of difficulties, for which he apparently did not provide satisfactory answers. Aristotle (384-322 B.C.), with all due reverence to his teacher, consistently rejected Plato's theory, and heavily criticized it throughout his own work. (Hence the famous saying, amicus Plato sed magis amica veritas Nevertheless, despite this explicit doctrinal conflict, Neo-Platonic philosophers, pagans (such as Plotinus ca. 204-270, and Porphyry, ca. 234-305) and Christians (such as Augustine, 354-430, and Boethius, ca. 480-524) alike, observed a basic concordance between Plato's and Aristotle's approach, crediting Aristotle with an explanation of how the human mind acquires its universal concepts of particular things from experience, and Plato with providing an explanation of how the universal features of particular things are established by being modeled after their universal archetypes.
Literary Resources -- Renaissance (Lynch) Usenet newsgroup humanities.lit.authors.shakespeare A good form for A few dozen links on medieval and Renaissance to the terms of classical and Renaissance http://andromeda.rutgers.edu/~jlynch/Lit/ren.html
English CALL Courses they encountered in Literature and Art Survey 1 classical, medieval/renaissance, enlightenment 603941-DW Literary Translation specific authors In this course http://www.dawsoncollege.qc.ca/departments/core/english/cour_call.php
Extractions: Powered by Prospective Students Current Student Prospective Employees Corporate Visitors ... Phone Directory Quick Links Academic Calendar Grades Online Cancelled Classes Library ISEP Parc/Athletics Student Union Reach For The Top! Timetable Winter 2004 CARS DOLRS Class Lists Dawson Intranet Docushare Employee Benefits Faculty Schedules Help Desk WebCT Teacher Assistance Web Mail Work Requests BACK HOME ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Introduction ... Faculty List Courses In this course students will consider some of the topics that have shaped the discourse of arts and letters. These topics will be selected to coordinate with the topics for the third-semester Essay course. In each semester, at least three topics will be selected. [See the English Department's "Critical Topics" List.] Through the study of literary criticism, students will learn to analyse and interpret an artistic or literary work as well as to form and justify a critical judgment about the work using appropriate criteria ; they will also learn how to present their critical and interpretive views clearly in an MLA-format critical essay. 4 hrs. per week. 603-431-DW In this course students will learn about the origin and the development of the English language and will apply their knowledge to the criticism of literary texts in English from the 5th to the 21st centuries. Through discussions, lectures, projects and essays, students will learn to (1) analyse and interpret a literary text as well as to form and justify a critical judgment about the text. using appropriate criteria; (2) interpret literary texts; and (3) present their critical and interpretive views clearly in an MLA-format critical essay. 4 hrs. per week.
Something Specific literary Resources Twentieth-Century British and Irish lit. The Online medieval and classical Library @ Berkeley On-line Reference Book for medieval Studies. http://www.colorado.edu/English/mispag/Web_Pages/specific.html
Extractions: The Missing Pages -Table of Contents Where in the Web is English Lit? - first page Searching the Web - second page Texts, Texts, Texts - third page Just for Kicks - fifth page Something Specific This page is separated into specific areas which come under the rubric of English Literature: American Literature, British Literature, Medieval Literature, Multicultural Literature, Gender and Women's Studies, Theory, and Grammar, Composition, and Rhetoric. A specific area can be accessed either by scrolling down the page or from The Missing Pages table of contents. For information on how to cite electronic sources, go to the citing electronic sources section of Helpful Hints. American Literature Literary Resources@ On-line Literary Resources American VoS English Literature: American How the Other Half Lives - hypertext editon of Jacob Riis' book: full text, including illustrations, of the 1890 edition. The Jack London Collection (DL SunSITE) - a great site for all things London.
Wheaton College (Wheaton, IL) - English Amsterdam NorthHolland Publishing Co., 1974. Ranging from medieval and classical to modern, this It also cites use by specific authors. Whittick, Arnold. http://www.wheaton.edu/english/resources/medieval/general.htm
Extractions: Although this work focuses specifically on Christian symbols such as the cross, the nimbus, and symbols related to the Passion, Resurrection, and Ascension, it also considers some of the other standard symbols (saints, colors, etc.). While it includes no clear documentation and no index and while it does not specify medieval meanings, it is still a helpful sourceespecially on the biblical topics. After a short introduction on the nature of symbolism, this work addresses a wide range of symbols arranged by topics, including the cross, the Trinity, Mary, Nativity, angels, prophets and patriarchs, and the Eucharist. It also includes a section on the natural symbols (bird and beasts), numbers, the church year, and the liturgy. Although some of the meanings given are clearly modern and indicate that this source should be used with care, it is a good source on a wide variety of topics and includes a good index and bibliography.
English Literature Program At Pitt the Net search by category (classical, medieval, Renaissance, Romantic course syllabi, and authorspecific sites rutgers.edu/~jlynch/lit/ Representative Poetry http://www.pitt.edu/~englit/researchlinks.htm
Extractions: 13. Buying Used Books on the Internet 1. GENERAL Indexes and Gateways: The Electric Eclectic: a large collection of links. http://bloxword.ca/jimsbmks.htm Electronic Poetry Center: http://www.epc.buffalo.edu/e-poetry/ The English Server (formerly at Carnegie Mellon Univ., now U of Washington)mostly scholarly, especially strong on current topics. http://eserver.org/ Humanities and Social Sciences Bookmarks (Toronto) a very extensive collection of links, though not updated (and hence many sites have disappeared). http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/chass/book.html Links to places literary (University of Dundee) a very attractive and extensive collection of links. http://www.dundee.ac.uk/english/favelink.htm Literary Encyclopedia: a global reference work for literatures in English comprising over 17,000 indexed entries, more than one thousand of which are basic entries have been supplemented with essays of around 2500 words. http://www.LiteraryEncyclopedia.com
Extractions: ~ William Shakespeare The English major helps students to examine and interpret literature in English from a variety of viewpoints, and to understand the role of literature as a central expression of human culture. Students completing the English major develop significant analytic and interpretative abilities as well as enhanced skills in written and oral communication. Those abilities and skills help prepare English majors for careers in writing, editing, publishing, advertising, education, and business. Students planning to complete a degree program in English should consult with a faculty member of the department before enrolling in classes. English Major Requirements (36 semester credits) One course from the survey of American literature (4 credits)