HERE YOU'LL FIND LINKS TO SITES RELATED TO THE COURSE'S TEXTS
Digital, Wired for Distraction"
Matt Richtel, New York Times, November 21, 2010
Play's the Thing"
Michael Bérubé, American Scientist; review of Brian Boyd's On the Origin of Stories (2009)
Mark Edmundson's thoughts (in Why Read?, 2005) about the value of humanities courses
"What Will You Do with an English Degree? Plenty."
Michael Bérubé, 2012 President, Modern Language Association
The New York Public Library's Library Way
Reading Questions, Acts One and Two
Reading Questions, Acts Three, Four, and Five
de Montaigne: On Cannibals (1580)
(An easier-to-read translation than the one in your book of the pertinent passages)
(Complete works of Shakespeare in electronic form)
/ "felix culpa"
(Another version of the idea behind Gonzalo's speech, 5.i.205-13)
Quotation from Alexander Pope's "An Essay on Man"
William Blake Archive
(reproductions of all his books)
FAUST, PART ONE
The Book of Job, excerpts from Chs 1-2
Summary of Faust Part Two
Paul Brians' Study Guide to Faust
"RESISTANCE TO CIVIL GOVERNMENT"
(sometimes called "Civil Disobedience")
American Transcendentalism Web annotated version
The Kafka Project
Constructing Franz Kafka
Edvard Munch, "The Scream" (1893)
Sigmund Freud, Dora's dream from "An Analysis of a Case of Hysteria"
TO THE LIGHTHOUSE
Allusions in To the Lighthouse (E.K. Sparks, Clemson U)
The "Shakespeare's Sister" section of Virginia Woolf's A Room of One's Own
Eileen Atkins portraying Virginia Woolf
Television interview with Vladimir Nabokov
Interview with Alvin Toffler, Playboy, 1964
Considerations for the third day of discussion, from Richard Rorty
Jared Gardner, "Building Stories: The Missing Manual on PublicBooks.org
Williams's first effort at a timeline