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Great Performances Educational Resources     View
Lesson plans related to music, dance, and theater. Learn about everything from adapting Shakespeare to Hawaiian traditions. Includes information on outside resources and educational standards.

Baby Names     View
Contains thousands of baby names with short meanings, roots, and nationality. Also has lists of names from Shakespeare, J.R.R. Tolkien, and soap operas. Searchable and browsable.

Classic Love Poems on the Web     View
Collection of links to love poetry, including poems from Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Emily Dickinson, Rainer Maria Rilke, Robert Burns, William Shakespeare, and others. From Infoplease.

Slate: Reading List 2008     View
This collection of weekly thematic reading lists includes books on soccer, baseball, parenting, communism, Shakespeare, uncluttering, recessions, and other wide-ranging subjects. Some of the lists also include links to articles and websites. From the ...

Directory of Outdoor Drama in America     View
Browsable list of outdoor drama events in the United States, organized by location and by category (historical dramas, religious dramas, and Shakespeare festivals). From the Institute of Outdoor Drama, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Surfing with the Bard     View
Are you reading Shakespeare? Do you need some help understanding the language and the plays? This site calls itself "the Shaksepeare classroom on the Internet." It covers everything you would want to know about the Bard, his plays, and his poetry.

Wrong Side of the River: London's Disreputable South Bank in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century     View
This essay describes the Southwark area of London during the Elizabethan period. Southwark was called "the most disreputable quarter of London" and was the location of Shakespeare's Globe Theater as well as other playhouses. From the journa ...

Ides of March Marked Murder of Julius Caesar     View
This article describes how "Julius Caesar's bloody assassination on March 15, 44 B.C., forever marked March 15, or the Ides of March, as a day of infamy. It has fascinated scholars and writers [including Shakespeare] ever since." A sidebar ...

16th Century Renaissance English Literature (1485-1603)     View
An index of biographies, essays, images, full-text of works, and scholarly articles on the major English literary figures of the period, as well as links to other sites covering general aspects of the era. Represented authors include Henry VIII, Sir ...

Richard III Society, American Branch     View
This site is devoted to the study of King Richard III; the Wars of the Roses; fifteenth-century England; and the reputation of Richard III in history, literature, and drama. It includes a library of full-text editions and extracts of fifteenth throug ...




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