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Perdue writing lab provides information on writing standards and formatting questions. 

This site contains a grammar and style guide, detailed descriptions of the parts of speech and their uses, suggestions for writing better and stronger sentences and tips to help make you a better speller.

In addition to containing information on American literature, English literature and world literature, this site contains sections on folklore and mythology and an encyclopedia of literary terms.

Now hear this! You will want to visit this site if you need help writing speeches or conducting interviews. There is also a link that will help you improve your listening skills.

Want to become a better writer? This site can help. It takes you step-by-step through the writing process and gives you suggestions for writing various types of documents, from letters and book reports to speeches and research papers.

This site from the Academy of American Poets provides biographies of many of the world’s greatest poets and highlights their greatest works. In addition, the site contains writing tips, a forum, and information on how to get your own poetry published.

This site provides in depth information about Shakespeare and the arts.  Its goal is to 'Advance knowledge and the arts"

Information about literature, culture and history during Victorian times.

Links you to the Sherlock Holmes Museum
A simple top ten list about the benefits of reading
Reason why it is still important to read real books
What are 21st century literacies?
A reference to English Language Arts Standards