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View Resource The Richard III and Yorkist History Server

Ricardians of all levels of knowledge and experience will find something of interest at this site devoted to the study of Richard III in history and literature, sponsored by the American Branch of the Richard III Society. The Quick Start for Students provides a concise guide to the site's online resources as well as recommendations for print sources, while the Quick Start to Historical Controversy...

http://www.r3.org/
View Resource The Complete Works of Christopher Marlowe: An Electronic Edition

This scholarly site from the Perseus Project at Tufts University (see the October 17, 1997 Scout Report) features editions of "all of Marlowe's plays, his two known poetic works, Hero and Leander and The Passionate Shepherd to His Love, his translations of Ovid and Lucan, and the short miscellaneous works attributed to Marlowe, a dedicatory epistle to Mary, the Countess of Pembroke and the epitaph...

http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/collection?collection=Pe...
View Resource The Oxford Shakespeare

Bartleby.com (see the March 24, 2000 Scout Report) has placed this work online. Described as "the most authoritative Shakespeare freely available on the Internet," the site is an electronic version of the 1,350-page 1914 Oxford edition of the Complete Works of William Shakespeare. Containing 37 plays and 154 sonnets, The Oxford Shakespeare may be browsed by play, act, and scene, or sonnet, or...

https://www.bartleby.com/70/index.html
View Resource Renascence Editions

This Website from the University of Oregon offers an alphabetically indexed collection of electronic editions of works printed in English from 1477 to 1799. Of course, this is not a comprehensive collection, but it is a substantial one, including all of the plays of Shakespeare, the poetry of Spenser, prose and poetry of John Milton, the major writings of Thomas Browne, and works by Hobbes, Defoe,...

http://www.luminarium.org/renascence-editions/
View Resource John Donne

Friend of both Izaak Walton and Ben Jonson, John Donne was the most famous of the metaphysical poets of the 17th century, a group that included George Herbert and Henry Vaughan. Placing a premium on intellectual wit, learned imagery, and subtle argument, Donne's poems have remained some of the most enduring from this period. Created as part of the Luminarium Project by Anniina Jokinen, the site...

http://www.luminarium.org/sevenlit/donne/
View Resource Shakespeare: Subject to Change

Developed to show the potential use of broadband cable in the classroom, this demonstration project from the Cable in the Classroom group details how the words of the immortal bard have been transformed and interpreted by a host of different individuals. After a brief multimedia introduction, viewers can go on to two sections: "Pen to Print" or "Stage to Screen." The "Pen to Print" section...

http://www.cableplays.org/shakespeare/
View Resource William Shakespeare Collection at Bartleby.com

At the Bartleby Shakespeare Collection page, users will also find over 1,500 Shakespeare quotations selected by John Bartlett, anthologized verse, and some essays on Shakespeare, including T.S. Eliot's "Hamlet and His Problems."

https://www.bartleby.com/people/Shakespe.html