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Edgar Allan Poe, Illustrated

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Literature and the visual arts have fed off of each other for as long as the two have existed. It should be no surprise to anyone reading this that the evocative imagery of the works of Edgar Allan Poe have been complemented with illustrations numerous times in their publication history.


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Hugo Gonzalez's curator insight, March 20, 2014 1:11 PM

When it comes to writing, reading old literature from these deceases writer really helps.  It may be old but it can teach a writer a thing or two about making a paper more fascinating.  It can create a imagery if the words are visual instead of just spoken.

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English literature's 50 key moments from Marlowe to JK Rowling

English literature's 50 key moments from Marlowe to JK Rowling | english | Scoop.it
What have been the hinge points in the evolution of Anglo-American literature? Here's a provisional, partisan list

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Peta-Dannielle Adda's curator insight, April 8, 2014 12:31 AM

By drawing the students' attention to changing literature throughout time, they will look into how the first authors recorded works and how technology has changed how people produce, publish and distribute literary works now and in the future.

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Grammarly Celebrates 1M Facebook Likes With (What Else?) Proper Grammar

Grammarly Celebrates 1M Facebook Likes With (What Else?) Proper Grammar | english | Scoop.it
Reaching 1 million likes on Facebook ain’t nothing to sneeze at, and automated proofreader Grammarly celebrated the achievement by sharing some of its most popular posts on the social network aimed at preventing sentences such as this one.

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Postcolonial and Postimperial Literature: An Overview | ELT

Postcolonial and Postimperial Literature: An Overview | ELT | english | Scoop.it

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Monica Mirza's curator insight, March 22, 2013 12:23 PM

Onlist S. Bonfils (a colleague) has just reminded us of "Things fall apart" as its Nigerian author -Chinua Achebe- has died (the novel's considered the archetype of the African novel in English) .

Should you plan to deal with the novel, its author and/or dwell in the African literature domain... let me suggest you ' www.postcolonialweb.org ', a website I discovered a while ago. It covers"Contemporary postcolonial and postimperial literature in English" and contains loads of relevant analyses and information to help you study them with your students.

Hope it'll be of some use :-)

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Talk2Me English : Eye Idioms

Talk2Me English : Eye Idioms | english | Scoop.it

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The Rice Process's curator insight, January 30, 2014 6:50 PM

Worth taking a viewing!