RESOURCES FOR AP LIT

http://www.openculture.com/2012/08/ithe_owls_legacyi_chris_markers_13-part_search_for_western_cultures_foundations_in_ancient_greece.html

GREAT IMAGES FOR RESEARCH PROJECT

BRITISH PAINTINGS: blog with many images for possible use in research essay








LAST MINUTE READING IDEAS: SHORT STORIES

WE REAL COOL and two other Brooks poems....
The Power and the Glory map

MAPS from AUTHORS: Faulkner, Kerouac, Rowling in here!!!! just wow



A must read as we hit Q3: how would you apply this to your deliberate practice for the AP test?
How I destroyed my computer science final


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HAMLET
http://www.hamlethaven.com/


SOME OF OUR TABLEAU VIVANT PHOTOS







What differences does the actor make?
Hamlet and the NYT
Sullied flesh soliloquy I.ii
Gibson
Olivier
Tennant
branagh

II.ii
branagh


TO BE OR NOT TO BE...the best Hamlet?

http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/2010/aug/22/10-best-hamlets-david-tennant

New Astronomy
criticism list: the big H


video: morris dancing, Act 1

  • NOVELS WITH TITLES FROM SHAKESPEARE:
  • Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
  • Cakes and Ale by William Somerset Maugham
  • The Dogs of War by Frederick Forsyth
  • Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace
  • Pale Fire by Vladimir Nabokov
  • Pomp and Circumstance by Noel Coward
  • Remembrance of Things Past by Marcel Proust
  • The Sound and the Fury by William Faulkner
  • Something Rotten by Jasper Fforde
  • Time Out of Joint by Philip K. Dick
  • Under the Greenwood Tree by Thomas Hardy
  • What Dreams May Come by Richard Matheson
  • The Winter of Our Discontent by John Steinbeck

Hazlitt on Hamlet


Info on RACHEL GRIFFITHS visit 10.17.1
http://www.rachelelizagriffiths.com/PoetryMain.htmlPOETRY OUT LOUD

RESOURCES: CRITICAL APPROACHES TO LITERATURE

Derrida deconstructs Americans: video
Politics and the English Language
The Lion and the Unicorn Orwell
http://www.kristisiegel.com/theory.htm#myth
Link to the OWL's intro on Criticism
Do not forget to check the Gale Databases: Lit Resource Center, etc
UD Library catalog, Library of Congress
http://www.ipl.org/div/litcrit/
How Marquez became Marquez































READING RESOURCES
Lapham's syllabus to study the Future--your Future

Favorite Book: compiled by people all over the world for World Book Day 2011:


Banned Books 2010-2011
Banned Books 2009-2010

BEST ORWELL SITE EVER, FOR ORWELL LOVERS
Some ideas for reading on the net: google these and choose a few to read often.Some have a facebook page or Twitter. Most you can subscribe to by email or in a RSS:
FREE eBOOKS & AUDIOBOOKS from Open Culture. Some worthwhile titles:
BOOK BEAST
POEMFLOW--like it on Facebook (or iPhone app)
The Browser (eclectic)
10 adult books every teen should not read, by Patrick Ness
NY Times Sunday (especially the Book, Arts sections)
Open Culture (free primary/secondary culture)
goodreads.com or Shelfari (keep track of your reading, and join reading circles, ~ 2,000,000 members on Goodreads)
Brainpickings (1x a week, just interesting stuff, many disciplines represented)
kottke.org (culture blog. cool)
news sites, your choice
British Library (ipad app)
RIBBON FARM blog: refactored perception
McSweeney's magazine
The Believer--alternative writers' journal from McSweeney's
McSweeneys Internet Tendencies (can't explain. you have to see to understand)
Shelf Awareness (weekly book news and culture)
The Economist (iconic British news magazine: erudite, funny, and beautifully written)
culture blog from the Economist:http://www.economist.com/blogs/prospero
http://www.googleartproject.com/
More Intelligent Life (great arts, letters and culture site from The Economist)
The Atlantic
NPR-site, app, etc etc etc
Lapham's Quarterly (online site for history magazine--see the hard copies in classroom)
fun site chronicling what a president reads: http://www.thedailybeast.com/newsweek/2011/08/14/obama-s-book-club.html
http://themoth.org/ "true stories told live" one of a kind site
http://www.grantland.com/ remarkable sports blog
GREAT RUMINATIONS ON HEART OF DARKNESS BY ONE OF MY FAVORITE BLOGGERS

reading and eating are interchangeable
http://www.slate.com/id/2301312/?fb_ref=fb_like_button&fb_source=home_oneline famous author reviews of classics they hated. fun
http://ebooks.adelaide.edu.au/w/woolf/virginia/w91c/index.html
It's not the echo, it's the chamber


OTHER RESOURCES

DELIBERATE PRACTICE

BEAUTIFUL AND UGLY WORDS
What do you think you know about Great Britain?
eFICTION.org: primary texts, research. criticism
Thomas Friedman has some suggestions for success
Books to Film
Link to the OWL's intro on Criticism
http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/acrl/publications/crlnews/resources/authors.cfm
original reviews of TEWWG

How to read series on brain pickings:
http://j.mp/hvU8xo

HANDOUTS


OPENRESPONSE QUESTIONS 1970-2011


Critical Approaches to Literature