Dr. Joanne E. Gates, American Literature EH 201Class Syllabus EH 201 Fall 2008, Section 07
Jacksonville State University
EH 201Class Projects
- Links to Syllabus title "not in anthology"
- * Emerson's Lecture
- Alcott's Transcendental Wild Oats
- Hawthorne's The Celestial Railroad
- Document for Group Projects - DRAFT!
- American Writers at C-Span. You should not need to "sign in" unless you need to contribute to an on-line chat. Past transcripts are available, and you can re-watch the shows if you have downloaded the viewer.
- http://guweb2.gonzaga.edu/faculty/campbell/enl311/aufram.html From Gonzaga University. A list of American Authors, leading to materials on-line.
- http://www.wwnorton.com/naal/ The Interactive WWNorton Site for the course. Click on 7th edition
- The Web of American Transcendentalism. Click on Authors, Emerson, and Nature for an interactive "pop up" annotated version of Emerson's important work.
- American Lit Links, from my list at the JSU English Department's Other Sites of Interest.
- Moby Dickas e-text. Warning! Do not attempt to print this file. Paper will cost you more than buying a decent edition. Use only for full text searches, etc. You may download to disk from one of several sites: needs a full HD disk.
- Moby Dick as hypertext-text, from University of Virginia. This is the table of contents page. Click on the reccommended chapters only. Make sure to read "Conditions of Use."
- Douglass Birthplace Site. Amanda and Don Barker's site which details the discrepancy between the birthplace marker and the actual site of Douglass's birth. In July 2000, I followed their directions and took some pictures of my own.
- NPR article on Wye Plantation . Frederick Douglass is prominent in this story. Listen, read transcript.
- This Compost by Walt Whitman. A direct link to the short poem at Bartleby.com's site.
- Thoreau's Journal, December 30-31, 1851 [I have subtitled this "The Death of a Tree" and lined it as a free-verse poem.]
* As Published in Complete Works, Volume 11: VII, The Fugitive Slave Law
LECTURE READ IN THE TABERNACLE, NEW YORK CITY MARCH 7, 1854, ON THE FOURTH ANNIVERSARY OF DANIEL WEBSTER'S SPEECH IN FAVOR OF THE BILL; in syllabus as "Last of the Anti-Slavery Lectures
- Elizabeth Robins, 1862-1952: Actress, Novelist, Feminist
- Co-editor, The Alaska-Klondike Diary of Elizabeth Robins, 1900
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