HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE EBOOK

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Call Number: Electronic resource ISBN: Digital version of the multi-volume reference work that documents phrases, words, and pronunciations across the United States from the colonial period to the early twenty-first century.

Source materials include novels and histories, newspapers, interviews, diaries, letters, governmenat documents, biographical works, and the Internet. Includes an atlas of language communities surveyed for DARE.

Call Number: Electronic resource ISBN: Guide to authors and their works focuses on the general canon of British literature from the fifteenth-century to the present. C67 Electronic resource ISBN: Provides access to over 1, literary terms and a prononciation guide for over troublesome phrases and terms. D45 Electronic resource ISBN: X Explores literature, mythology, and the Bible to give us a literary shorthand for describing people, places, and events.

Over 1, entries on the most commonly-used allusions, with a short summary definition for the allusion or reference and at least one illustrative citation from a wide range of source materials. Call Number: PE Especially useful for determining what possible meanings an author may have intended in a given work written at a given time. The online OED is updated on a quarterly basis.

The OED is the premier historical dictionary of the English language. A Electronic resource ISBN: Series contains over two thousand primary sources on twentieth-century American history and culture, featuring seventy-five different types of sources, arranged chronologically in twelve categories, including the arts, education, government and politics, media, medicine and health, religion, and sports.

Each volume has approximately full or excerpted primary sources in entries from the period representing a diversity of views that provide insight into the seminal issues, themes, movements and events from the decade.

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Print version available in reference. Arts and Humanities through the Eras by Edward Bleiberg, ed. Call Number: NX A Electronic resource Offers a multidimensional picture of primarily Western civilization, covering Ancient Egypt B. Provides access to each historical period through the study of nine different arts and humanities topics: "Architecture and Design," "Dance," "Fashion," "Literature," "Music," "Philosophy," "Religion," "Theater," and "Visual Arts. Includes in-depth critical and biographical analysis.

Reviews major historical developments and social movements and explains key literary terms. D4 C75 Electronic resource ISBN: This new edition updates or replaces all the original articles and adds entirely new articles on more authors, raising the total to articles. The review must be at least 50 characters long. The title should be at least 4 characters long.

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Also, keep in mind that some of these books are old. If you have trouble understanding the language of the book, try something different! He loves them so much that when his many pets scare away his human patients, he learns how to talk to animals and becomes a veterinarian instead.

He then travels the world to help animals with his unique ability to speak their language. The Red House Mystery by A. Milne Does the name Winnie the Pooh sound familiar? Author A. One day while exploring outside the home, she discovers a secret: a locked garden.

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The secret garden helps her make a friend, and thanks to the love of their friendship she learns to be a better person. Treasure Island by Robert Louis Stevenson Everything you know about pirates probably came from this one book: wooden legs, parrots on the shoulder and treasure maps.

The book is told by the horse, and describes his life and the many cruel people and difficult times he had to live through before finding peace. She makes many friends along the way, but also deals with the kinds of fears that a child would have, like being alone and away from the people who love you. My Man Jeeves by P. Wodehouse These days not many of us have butlers servants hired to care for you and your house but whenever we talk about a butler, his name is often Jeeves.

This book is a collection of stories about the legendary, kindhearted thief and his group of outlaw friends. Be prepared for many fun and funny moments, and some with a more serious tone. This book is perfect for reading little by little, since the stories are only connected by their characters.Oh, and if these are going to be a little too difficult for you, try out these books first.

John Milton. It now provides a full final chapter on the contemporary scene, with more on genres and the impact of globalization. FluentU helps you learn fast with useful questions and multiple examples. Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori.

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The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane There are many war books that show how terrible war is physically — all the violence and death.

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