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Link Principles of Microeconomics

Online book the contents of which provides good background reading for Microeconomics at the 1st Year undergraduate level.

Analysis, Concepts, Economy, Microeconomics view
Link Approaching Plays

Open University online course on analysis of plays and dramatic technique.

Drama, Analysis, Plays view
Link Reading Tennyson's Maud

Worksheet on Tennyson's poem, including notes on poetic structure.

Poetry, Poems, Analysis, Nineteenth-century, Victorian view
Link Writing Workshop

Reflecting upon daily life, putting reflections into words and crafting those words so they say exactly what you want them to.

Analysis, Creative Non-fiction, Creative Writing, Fction, Microfiction, Poetry, Poetic Language, Stories view
Link Quantum Microeconomics

Introductory, non-mathematics based book on Microeconomics. Fully downloadable book in PDF format, can be changed.

Analysis, Concepts, Evaluation, Microeconomics view
Link Digital Defoe: Studies in Defoe and His Contemporaries

Open-access peer-reviewed journal on Defoe and eighteenth-century writers.

Eighteenth-century, Daniel Defoe, Fiction, Novels, Criticism, Analysis view

The Academy of American Poets website. Includes e-texts, commentary, biographies, recordings, and interviews on English-language poetry.

Poems, Poetry, Analysis view
Link Old English Literature: a Hypertext Coursepack

Oxford University study guide to Old English poetry, including hypertext editions, glossaries and notes, reading lists, translations, and...

Old English, Language, Poetry, Analysis, Criticism view
Link Approaching Shakespeare

Podcast series on Shakespeare’s plays, by Emma Smith, Oxford University.

Drama, Shakespeare, Renaissance, Plays, Analysis view
Link Introduction to Statistical Methods in Economics

This is a self contained introduction to statistics with economic applications. No prior knowledge of probability or statistics is assumed....

Economics, Analysis view
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