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English: Internet Sources
This guide is intended to help students locate information on English Literature, including books, periodical articles, and websites.
"Recognizes the contributions of women writers throughout history" with the goal of promoting "awareness of the breadth and variety of women's writing." Browse by author name, by century or by country.
The Asian American Writers Workshop podcast provides audio from the workshop's literary events, where they feature and discuss popular and emerging Asian American authors. They'll discuss new works of literature, common topics across Asian American literature and more.
Literary enthusiast Jacke Wilson journeys through the history of literature from ancient epics to contemporary classics. The History of Literature takes a fresh look at some of the most compelling examples of creative genius the world has ever known.
This podcast focuses specifically on classic literature. Each show lasts roughly thirty minutes and features a different guest who discusses a chosen classic. The podcast isn't limited to novels and will occasionally discuss plays by authors such as Shakespeare and Chekhov.
Podcasts from The New Yorker, which is considered by many to be the most influential magazine in the world, renowned for its in-depth reporting, political and cultural commentary, fiction, poetry, and humor.
General Literature Collections
Note: Due to copyright, the great majority of online literature collections on the public part of the Web are of authors before the 20th Century.