English 205:
Links

Links

The following are links to general literature pages on the Web.

Electric Literature: This site has links to articles, other resources, and whole new ways of looking at literature and related arts.

GoodReads: This site has great links to book sites, reviews of new books, book lists, and more.

Literary Hub: This site contains book reviews, lists of new books, articles, author biographiesmuch more. A great site!

Book Riot has articles on new books, genre fiction, the reading life, and much more.

The Rumpus has articles on the lastest books, original stories, interviews, and more. Great site!

Bartleby.com has links to quotations, e-texts, and information on many writers. Great resource!

Project Gutenberg has over 56,000 free ebooks. Great resource!


The following are links to sites which provide assistance with research, paper writing and documentation.

The Online Writing Lab at Purdue University (also known as the OWL): This site contains all sorts of help on writing research papers, documentation, and sample papers.

The University of Wisconsin's Page on Documentation Styles: The name says it all.


The following are links to sites which provide information about some of the writers we're reading.

For information on Old English and related subjects, take a look at the following:

For links to information on Beowulf, see the following:

For links to information on Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, see the following:

For links to information on Geoffrey Chaucer and The Canterbury Tales, see the following:

For links to information on Margery Kempe and The Book of Margery Kempe, see the following:

For links to information on Sir Thomas Malory and The Morte Darthur, see the following:

For links to information on Sir Thomas More, Utopia, Henry VIII, or Sir Thomas Wyatt, see the following:

For links to information on Christopher Marlowe and Dr. Faustus, see the following:

For links to information on William Shakespeare and King Lear, see the following:

For links to information on the Seventeenth Century, John Donne and the Metaphysical Poets, see the following:

For links to information on John Webster and The Duchess of Malfi, see the following:

For links to information on John Milton and Paradise Lost, see the following:

For links to information on John Locke, Daniel Defoe, or other topics related to the Restoration and the 17th century, see the following:

For links to information on John Gay and The Beggar's Opera, see the following:

For links to information on Jonathan Swift and Gulliver's Travels, see the following: