Unit One: Imaginative Comparison | Elements of Literature
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- Christina's World at MOMA—Wyeth's painting in an online collection from The Museum of Modern Art; includes links to painter biography and an audio recording of an informative lecture on the painting
- Olson House at Farnsworth Art Museum—Article about and picture of the house that appears Wyeth's painting
"A Bird Came Down the Walk"
- Dickinson Electronic Archives—An digital collection of correspondence, teaching resources, and other authors' responses to Dickinson's works
- Dickinson at Poets.org—Biographical information, numerous poems, a letter, and several external links
- Critical Article about Dickinson's Poetry—Article first appeared in January 1913 issue of The Atlantic Monthly
- Dickinson at PoetryFoundation.org—Biography, poems, articles, video, and audio recordings
"The Spider and the Wasp"
- Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History—Author biographical information
- Essay Introductions and Conclusions—Analysis of the introductions and conclusions of several texts, including "The Spider and the Wasp"
- Clipart of the Pimpla inquisitor
"The Nightingale and the Glowworm"
- Cowper at Luminarium.org—A huge collection of Cowper's works; also includes biography and critical essays
- Cowper at PoetryFoundation.org—Biography and selected poems
"What Stumped the Bluejays"
- Mark Twain House and Museum—General information about Twain and the house; includes a photo gallery, a virtual tour of the home, and lessons plans for educators
- Twain at PBS.org—Resources accompanying the Mark Twain film by Ken Burns include classroom activities, selected writings, a chronology, selected links, and an interactive scrapbook
"The Return of the Rangers"
- Dartmouth College Library Bulletin—Article includes general biographical information and details about Robert's relationship with Dartmouth
- Film Score Monthly—Online notes provide general information about the film version of Roberts's novel Northwest Passage and special emphasis is given to the film's music score
- Colby Library Quarterly—Article entitled "The Works of Kenneth Roberts" includes biography and general information about his works
"Mother to Son"
- Hughes at PoetryFoundation.org—Webpage features biography, poems, articles, video, and recordings
- Langston Hughes—Webpage offers biographical notes and a selection from a critical essay about the poem
- Hughes at EDSITEment!—Lesson plans for teaching Hughes; activities for select poems, including "Mother to Son"
- Hughes Lesson Plans at WebEnglishTeacher.com—An assortment of lesson plans about the poet and his poetry
"The Soul's Dark Cottage"
- Waller at PoetryFoundation.org—Webpage features biography and select poems
- Waller in Oxford DNB—Biographical information about Waller in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
- Waller at Luminarium.org—A collection of select poems, biography, and critical essays
- Herbert at Luminarium.org—A collection of poems, biography, critical essays, and more
- Herbert at WebEnglishTeacher.com—An assortment of lesson plans about the poet and his poetry
- Cambridge Authors Project—Select correspondence and essays about Herbert's life, influence, use of language, and interest in music
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