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Link Neo-Victorian Studies

Open-access, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal on contemporary re-imaginings of Victorian literature and culture.

Contemporary, Twentieth-century, Victorian, Criticism view
Link 2012 British Graduate Shakespeare Conference

The Shakespeare Institute’s 2012 Graduate Conference. Includes lectures and discussions on the plays.

Shakespeare, Renaissance, Drama, Plays, Analysis view
Link Stanford Scholar on Dostoevsky's Continued Relevance

Stanford scholar Joseph Frank discusses his research on Dostoevsky.

Dostoevsky, Fiction, Novels, Criticism, Russian view
Link Être français

An activity asking learners to think and speak on the topic of what it means to be French. A resource published on the Open Educational Resources...

Intermediate French, Advanced French, French stereotypes, French speaking activities view
Link Invisible, a novel by Frank Egerton, uncut, unedited version

Uncut, unedited typescript of novel written by University of Oxford creative writing tutor, Frank Egerton. Typescript shows the novel before it...

Creative Writing, Fiction, Novels view
Link Radio Arlecchino (Italian)

This resource offers a selection of aural Italian grammar lessons (pod casts). Grammar examples and dialogs are built upon the escapades of...

Italian Language - All levels view
Link Grimm Grammar

Basic Grammar to go with 'Deutsch im Blick' developed by the University of Texas

Elementary German, Beginners German, German Language view
Link What you need to know to open a bank account in Italy

Some activities to find out about the documents required to open a bank account in Italy as a foreign citizen, and also to learn some bank jargon...

Italian language Level: Intermediate - Advanced view
Link Jokes, Laughter and Literature

Birkbeck Arts Week 2012: talks on jokes and laughter in literature from Shakespeare to Beckett and the writing of the First World War.


Fiction, Poetry, Drama, Criticism, Analysis, Comedy view
Link The Narrative Construction of the Self

Stanford University Professor Kenneth Taylor discusses identity in relation to Toni Morrison's work.

Fiction, Novels, Toni Morrison, Analysis, American view
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