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Overview
  • Watch, listen, map - don't just read - your literature. The web offers diverse resources from text to audibooks, videos, animation, parodies, movies, location images and maps plus, of course, study guides.

  • For students of English literature, this web list links to:

    • encyclopedic entry and overview,
    • original text and translations,
    • audiobooks,
    • videos (parodies, animations, documentaries, etc),
    • movies,
    • study guides,
    • images,
    • maps and location photos,
    • anything that will bring additional dimensions to understanding the literature.
  Dishes  - Web, Audios, Videos
  • Dish 2 : Search Project Gutenberg | gutenberg.org

  • If the text is in public domain, Project Gutenberg will like contain the text, possible translations, in HTML, PDF, Kindle, ePub, and other formats. It may also contain audio books in OGG, iTune, MP3 and other formats.

  • Project Gutenberg offers 44,089 free ebooks for Kindle, iPad, Nook, Android, and iPhone.
  • Dish 9 : Thug Notes | youtube.com

  • Strong and unconventional language, often funny videos divided into summary and analysis, usually under 5 minutes.

  • Yo, what's good? Thug Notes is yo main hookup for classical literature summary and analysis. Maybe you've read the Cliffs Notes. Maybe you even read the book...
  • Dish 23 : Google | google.com

  • Not to forget the powerful and constantly improving starting point into the web of knowledge.

  • Search the world's information, including webpages, images, videos and more. Google has many special features to help you find exactly what you're looking for.
  Chops  - Study Guides, Image, Map
  • Chop 3 : Literature Learning Guides & Teacher Resources | shmoop.com

  • Shmoop's opening video is often funny, and the study guide is generally divided into:

    • Intro with video, Summary
    • Themes, Quotes
    • Characters
    • Analysis
    • Study questions, Quizzes, Flashcards questions
    • Photos
    • Best of the Web - links to movie and other media info
    • Essay writing tips
  • Shmoop Literature Learning guides & teacher resources. Smart, fresh guides to great literature by Stanford, Harvard, and Berkeley PhD students
  • Chop 5 : Literature Notes | Homework Help | Study Guides | Test Prep | CliffsNotes

  • Having trouble understanding Shakespeare or 1984, come to CliffsNotes Literature Study Guides for help! Book summaries, quizzes, study help and more FREE! CliffsNotes free study guides are written by teachers and professors for students as a supplement to their reading. Some of our popular LitNotes include Into the Wild, Catching Fire, Macbeth, Fahrenheit 451 and over 300 more titles! CliffsNotes also offers test preparation, college help, and other resources for multiple subjects including Acco
  • Chop 7 : Free Study Guides, free study guide, free book notes, free literature notes | novelguide.com

  • Each study guide provided is a free source for literary analysis. We guide your learning with an educational supplement for better understanding of classic and contemporary literature. Free Study Guides and book notes including comprehensive chapter analysis, complete summary analysis, author biography information, character profiles, theme analysis, metaphor analysis, and top ten quotes on classic literature . Get homework help from novelguide literature notes and study guides, covering literat
  • Chop 11 : Welcome to Flickr - Photo Sharing | flickr.com

  • Unexpected photos can lead us to see a story differently.

  • Flickr is almost certainly the best online photo management and sharing application in the world. Show off your favorite photos and videos to the world, securely and privately show content to your friends and family, or blog the photos and videos you take with a cameraphone.
  • Chop 12 : Google Maps | maps.google.com

  • How does it look - that place so oft-repeated in the story? Maps, Street views, user-contributed photos of historical locations, battle fields, famous tombs, architecture, will add substantially to the learning experience.

  • Find local businesses, view maps and get driving directions in Google Maps
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