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For Whom the Bell Tolls FAQ
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The Handmaid's Tale FAQs
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Candide FAQs
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Fahrenheit 451 FAQs
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Frankenstein FAQs
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Hamlet FAQs
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The Caine Mutiny FAQs
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The Doll's House FAQs
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American Tragedy FAQs
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Adam Bede FAQs
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British Literature
Find definitions, information about authors, eras, and genre, along with quotations, complete works, and more.

About Reading
How do you read? What elements are required? Here are books and other resources related to reading.

About Studying Literature
How do you study literary history? And, how does literary history figure into our studies of literature? Read on.

Book Bags: Backpack, Shoulder Bags & Carrying Cases
Books bags offer the space and comfort, so you can carry the books you're reading--along with pens, highlighters, bookmarks, book flags, journals, and notebooks. Find book bags, backpacks, shoulder bags, and carrying cases. Take your books wherever you go: to school, work, a cafe, on the beach, to the library, at the park, or on a hike.

Awareness - Awakening in Literature - Writing for the Heart and Soul
Authors sometimes touch upon something that is hard to define. It's a chord in another human being. Perhaps, it even touches the reader to the core (or the soul). While it's difficult to describe (since it's so different for each reader), this phenomenon is often described as an awakening experience. It may involve a new awareness or an epiphany. It may be a new understanding of self, needs or wants. Or, it may be a new appreciation of life, an eye-opening experience that makes the reader understand how precious life is, and how important it is to live every moment. Just think about the books that have changed your life!

Book Collecting FAQs - Frequently Asked Questions - Book Collecting
You've got questions about Book Collecting, and I've got answers. Take look at these frequently asked questions (FAQs) about Book Collecting.

Book Lists / Book Reviews
Here are book lists for your reading pleasure. Also, find book reviews on the classics!

Choose a Book to Read
What book will you read next? Here are some ideas to get you started on your next reading selection. Choosing a book to read isn't always easy, but these tips should help you find a classic!

Day 1 - December 1
It's the first day of December. It's National Pie Day. Take a look at the reading selection for today.

Encourage Reading
Reading doesn't just happen overnight. When you encourage someone to read, you are making a difference. Here are resources for encouraging reading.

Fairy Tale Collections
A Fairy Tale is a story with supernatural elements. The story may include magical creatures like elves, fairies, goblins, or other fantastical beings. Read more about fairy tales.

H - Book Reviews - Titles in Literature
Read about Hedda Gabler, Hidden Ground, High Adventure, and more. Find book reviews for titles starting with H.

If You Like...
You've read a book that you've enjoyed immensely, but what do you read next. Here are just a few ideas of must read books, if you like. Find out what to read!

Writers have useful and interesting things to say, but too often they say them in painfully obscure journals with miniscule circulation figures. The Web may change that by becoming a repository for unexpurgated interviews in all their rambling, digressive glory. Here are links to author interviews.

Keep Track of Your Reading -- Reading Logs, Journals, & Diaries
Whether you keep a reading log, a journal or a diary--it's always a good idea to keep track of what you read. You'll have a more memorable reading experience if you vent out all thos thoughts about your books and characters. Read on.

L - Book Reviews - Titles in Literature
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Lesson Plans - Syllabi - Class Ideas - Homework Help
Whether you're searching for ideas for a class plan, or you're looking for ideas of what literature to read next, these pages should point you in the right direction. Find lesson plans, syllabi, class ideas, homework-assignment ideas, and much more.

Literary Events by Month
If you're looking for ideas of what to do, here's what's happening in the world of books and literature, by month.

Multiple-Choice Literature Tests/Quizzes
Multiple choice tests and quizzes may seem easier, but that also doesn't mean that you should guess. Read more about how to take a multiple-choice test.

New & Upcoming Releases
Which of your favorite classics are now out in a new edition? Are there new study guides, author biographies, or other essential reading for students and book lovers alike? Here are a few of the new and upcoming releases.

Quick Tips
Here are quick tips related to books, reading, and literature. Find out how to read and enjoy the classics!

Reference - Study Guides
No matter what level you are at in your study of literature, these pages include valuable resources and information that should help you read, analyze, write about, and understand books, poems, stories, myths, and other works of literature. Find reference information relating to academic programs in literature, anthologies and general resources, classics, literary publishers, literary theory and criticism, literature libraries, and more.

Study Guides / Literature Overview / Summary
If you're having a hard time understanding literature, don't despair. After you've read the poem, short story, play, or novel, take a look at these study guides. Find questions, outlines, list of terms for consideration, character descriptions, and more. Read on.

Study Guides / Resources
Help is here for you! These resources offer ideas, suggestions, tips, and more--all related to studying books and literature.

Take Notes in Your Literature Class
Even if you have a great memory, you're not going to remember everything your teacher or professor has said over the many weeks of your literature class. Take notes on what the teacher says, what the teacher writes on the board, and references to the text. Here, you'll find tips for taking notes....

The Awakening FAQs
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A-to-Z Titles - Find a Title Poem Book Play
Find titles in Classic Literature, from American, British, Irish, German, and other world literature.

Utopia / Lost Civilizations
Whether it's the society of Brave New World or Atlantis, these lost or utopian societies have sparked our imaginations, and helped us to imagine What If?

Waiting for Godot - Samuel Beckett
Waiting for Godot is a famous play by Samuel Beckett. The play was first published in 1948. The work is usually associated with the Theatre of the Absurd.

Ludwig Wittgenstein (1889-1951) Austrian writer - Classic Literature
(1889-1951) Austrian writer. The works of Ludwig Wittenstein include: Tractatus, Philosophical Investigations, etc.

Mary Wroth (1587?-1651?) British writer - Classic Literature
(1587?-1651?) British writer. Lady Mary Wroth was the daughter of Robert Sidney and Barbara Gamage. Lady Wroth's prose romance