Resources for Year 7 - 12 students at Trinity Grammar School
- Classic works online
Classic works online From The British Library. Choose the 56kbps option to read the books online.
DailyLit If you've ever wanted to tackle some of the classic great books, but just don't have the time, this site that gives you short installments by daily email.
Welcome to Trinity Grammar School's English Guide.
"John Green kicks off the Crash Course Literature mini series with a reasonable set of questions. Why do we read? What's the point of reading critically."
- Shmoop : Literature
"Shmoop will make you a better lover (of literature, history, life). See many sides to the argument. Find your writing groove. Understand how lit and history are relevant today. We want to show your brain a good time"
Anthology of British Literature. Works from The Middle Ages to the eighteenth century.
- Invitation to World Literature
Thirteen part series of videos about classic works of world literature.
By David Damrosch.
- Voice of the shuttle
Literature in English
- The Cambridge History of English and American Literature
- Literary criticism
The IPL Literary Criticism Collection contains critical and biographical websites about authors and their works that can be browsed by author, by title, or by nationality and literary period.
- The Modern English collection
From University of Virginia Library. "This heterogeneous collection contains fiction, non-fiction, poetry, drama, letters, newspapers, manuscripts and illustrations from 1500 to the present, arranged for browsing by author's last name or by category of interest." Includes literature in translation.
- Verse Poetry anthologies
The New Bartleby Library has published six original poetry anthologies covering American and English poetry, 1250-1920, that are searchable by keyword or browseable by author, title or first line.
- ipl2 Literary Criticism Collection
"The ipl2 Literary Criticism Collection contains critical and biographical websites about authors and their works that can be browsed by author, by title, or by nationality and literary period."
- Introduction to Modern Literary Theory
Dr. Kristi Siegel.
Writing a great English paper can be tough because literature doesn't always reveal its deeper meanings immediately. You might not know Mr. Darcy's true feelings for Elizabeth Bennett in Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice or grasp the complex moral universe of Toni Morrison's Beloved at first reading. Amy E. Harter offers a few tips on how to read and write more critically and thoughtfully.
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