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813.9 JAM/ORR James's The Turn of the Screw (Readers Guide) by Leonard Orr. *Literary and historical context * Language style & form * Critical reception * Adaptations (film/tv) * Further reading

813.9 JAM/ORR James's The Turn of the Screw (Readers Guide) by Leonard Orr. *Literary and historical context * Language style & form * Critical reception * Adaptations (film/tv) * Further reading

823.9 MCE/ELL *short Bio  *Full length study of novel  *summary of how the novel was recieved when first published  *Summary f novel's standing today including film/tv adaptations  * Discussion questions, further reading and useful websites

823.9 MCE/ELL *short Bio *Full length study of novel *summary of how the novel was recieved when first published *Summary f novel's standing today including film/tv adaptations * Discussion questions, further reading and useful websites

821.9 BRO/HAW  Robert Browning (Routledge Guides to Literature) by Stefan Hawlin*accessible introduction to the contexts and interpretations of Browning's texts * perspectives on Browning's Life * Suggestions for further reading

821.9 BRO/HAW Robert Browning (Routledge Guides to Literature) by Stefan Hawlin*accessible introduction to the contexts and interpretations of Browning's texts * perspectives on Browning's Life * Suggestions for further reading

October Suite: A Novel by Maxine Clair http://www.amazon.com/dp/0375506306/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_L-3pwb13JVADT

October Suite: A Novel by Maxine Clair http://www.amazon.com/dp/0375506306/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_L-3pwb13JVADT

Cankers, Caterpillars, and Malt-worms: 3 Shakespearean Insults || as I did not pay attention to Shakespeare in any of a few literature classes, save a few sonnets, these snippets are perfect for my near-anti-referencial-shakespearean-snap-to-knowledge... ha!

Cankers, Caterpillars, and Malt-worms: 3 Shakespearean Insults || as I did not pay attention to Shakespeare in any of a few literature classes, save a few sonnets, these snippets are perfect for my near-anti-referencial-shakespearean-snap-to-knowledge... ha!

“Color is the language of the poets. It is astonishingly lovely. To speak it is a privilege.” ~ Keith Crown, #color #quote

“Color is the language of the poets. It is astonishingly lovely. To speak it is a privilege.” ~ Keith Crown, #color #quote

If you have any variation of independent reading in your middle or high school English class, you've undoubtedly faced challenges at some ...

If you have any variation of independent reading in your middle or high school English class, you've undoubtedly faced challenges at some ...

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