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View Resource @sle ONLINE: The Association for the Study of Literature and Environment

The Association for the Study of Literature and Environment (ASLE) cultivates "the exchange of ideas" relevant to the study of "literature that considers the relationship between human beings and the natural world." @sle ONLINE provides an abundance of resources for the critical analysis of literary nonfiction, nature poetry, environmental fiction, and ecocriticism. This site features over 150...

https://www.asle.org/
View Resource Romantic Chronology

A history of the romantic period unfolds at this site created by Allen Liu of the University of California, Santa Barbara and Laura Mandell of Miami University of Ohio. Intended as a university-level instructional tool, the Romantic Chronology is divided into twelve time periods, each of which contains a number of external and internal links to short informative pieces on significant political and...

http://rchrono.english.ucsb.edu/default.htm
View Resource The Problem of Meaning in Literature: A Brief Introduction for My Year 1 Students by Professor John Lye

John Lye, a professor in the Departments of English and Communication Studies at Brock University (Canada), offers this resource designed for beginning literature students. The Problem of Meaning discusses the meaning of literature from the point of view of the author, the text, and the reader. Though not exhaustive, this guide forms a useful framework to help beginning students think critically...

https://brocku.ca/english/jlye/meaning.php
View Resource Online Study Guides

This site features study guides prepared by English Professor Paul Brians of Washington State University for his classes, but available free of charge to Web users, provided they credit the author. The site offers study guides to an extensive library of works, including texts in the fields of science fiction, world history, eighteenth and nineteenth century European classics, Renaissance and World...

https://brians.wsu.edu/study-guides/
View Resource Introductory Guide to Critical Theory

Dino F. Felluga, an English professor at Purdue University, created the Undergraduate Guide to Critical Theory to introduce students to the specialized vocabularies and key concepts underlying various schools of literary theory. This guide defines the specific terminology and analytical approaches taken by theorists of new historicism, cultural materialism, feminism, and psychoanalysis. Within the...

https://www.cla.purdue.edu/academic/english/theory/
View Resource Critical Reading: A Guide

John Lye, a professor in the Departments of English and Communication Studies at Brock University (Canada), offers this resource designed for beginning literature students. Critical Guide contains sections on poetry, fiction, prose in fiction, and writing analytical essays. Though not exhaustive, this guide forms a useful framework to help beginning students think critically about the literature...

https://brocku.ca/english/jlye/criticalreading.php