I know Maureen Jennings's name. I know she's Canadian. I know she's an award winning author. I know that the television series The Murdoch Mysteries is based on her best selling historical detective series. (I've watched every episode - and season six starts in January '13.) But, I have never physically read a book by Jennings.....until now....and I wish I had done so sooner!
This site has it all from the causes, to the events, trench warfare and the ending of World War One.
A database of some of the UK and Commonwealth's most important living writers - biographies, bibliographies, critical reviews, prizes and photographs. Searchable by author, genre, nationality, gender, publisher, book title, date of publication and prize name and date.
Biographical information about Shakespeare and detailed information about the plays and their production.
Information about the theatres and theatre companies of England during Shakespeare's time.
Prepared by the Norton Anthology editors, this extensive, freely accessible Web resource for The Norton Anthology of English Literature offers twenty-seven topics for study and discussion
The British Council literature department facilitates cultural understanding and exchange through writing and reading projects relevant to audiences
Browse electronic texts and use the "Links to Related Web Resources" section to find more online resources.
This website allows you to search for individuals who died in World War I or World War II as part of the Commonwealth Forces (Australia, Britain, Canada, India , New Zealand, South Africa, and other former colonies).
A gateway to resources for genealogy in the United Kingdom and Ireland.