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Hi there. I'm Dr. Mike Mutschelknaus, an instructor at Rochester Community and Technical College. I've been teaching... see more

This site contains the Humanities Text Initiative's collection of Middle English texts; it has over sixty entries as of... see more

The WriteSite is an ONline Writing Lab, or OWL--a collection of writing resources. It includes instructional support... see more

The site offers over eight thousand graphic images of illustrated covers to issues of the dime novels and story papers... see more

The Poe Museum has a great site that has several nice printable versions of some of Poe's classic stories. A great place... see more

This site is the course page for Edwin Duncan's Chaucer class at Towson University. It includes a very well selected... see more

This site is the resource page for two of Prof. Voigts' literature courses (Chaucer and Medieval Lit. II). It includes... see more

Commentaries, plot synopses, and links to additional information about Faulkner’s written works, his life, films, and... see more

The collection of 50 short video documentaries showcases individual Americans reading and speaking personally about poems... see more

An extensive alphabetical list of poets links the visitor to biographical information, some poetry readings, and other... see more

Fresh Yarn is a continuously updated web site that features essays by amateur and professional writers - some famous and... see more

The homepage contains various links to the life, times, and work of Geoffrey Chaucer. Sections include Life of Chaucer,... see more

These twelve "unvarnished" tales from a 1914 translation include at least one illustration, and audio is provided for... see more

Created by teachers, for teachers and educators, we at InstructorWeb® are dedicated to helping you teach. We offer... see more

Teachers interested in writing across the curriculum or in the disciplines will find many articles and examples in this... see more

The International Dialects of English Archive, IDEA, was created in 1997 as a repository of primary source recordings for... see more

"Literary Trends and Influences - When theories are explained briefly, a necessary reduction in their complexity and... see more

This Spanish-language site exposes students to the vast collection of paintings housed in Madrid's Museo Joaquín Sorolla.... see more

Librivox is an online audiobook database.  Its goal is to make all books in the public domain available, for free, in... see more

This is a seriew of 24 half-hour videos (viewable online) that deal with literary analysis. Fran Dorn hosts each one, and... see more

A collection of art education relevant site and reflections by me.

American Literature is divided into ten chapters and 440 authors are listed by historic period from the 17th century to... see more

This site intends "to make scholarly, fully annotated texts of Shakespeare's plays available in a form native to the... see more

An excellent Sherlock Holmes database. "The set of 60 original stories (56 short stories, 4 novels) by Conan Doyle. Any... see more