More – Free Essays Available

  • July 30, 2008

GoldenEssays.comThis site should be considered a valuable piece of patrimony for every citizen in America, due to the amount of free information it provides. What do you want to know about? Computers, economics, anthropology, Shakespeare, music, biology… These are just a few disciplines of the thousands you will find in here. is the best friend for any kind of user thirsty of knowledge: a student with lack of mind, a professional with lack of time, or a literacy enthusiast who want to know more about any area in human activity. Here you will find over 25,000 essays available for free, which you can reach quickly and easily. At the homepage you’ll see many links to free essays, book reports, database access, and others. By clicking the Alphabetical Listing link you can access the complete list of categories available, as well as the subcategories within each. You don’t need anything else; just three clicks and you’ll be reading issues related to most varied topics, whether it be ADSL modems, the Battle of Gettysburg, or Beowulf and Christianity. Apart from free issues, the site also offers a custom essay writing service at an affordable price.

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More – All About Shakespeare

  • June 28, 2008 is all about Shakespeare, his life and work.

This site is an excellent resource for students, teachers and fans. This one-stop website gives you the tools and information to learn and enjoy about the greatest English writer. Browse and appreciate the different categories, like Tragedy; read Antony and Cleopatra, Coriolanus, Hamlet, Julius Caesar, King Lear, Macbeth, Othello, Romeo and Juliet, Timon of Athens, or Titus Andronicus. also has a History section where you can learn about the historical context of Shakespeare’s days. Do you want to laugh? Check the comedies, like A Midsummer Night’s Dream, All’s Well That Ends Well, As You Like It, Much Ado About Nothing, The Merry Wives of Windsor or The Taming of the Shrew. If you are a poem lover, you can enjoy this web too, go and navigate through A Lover’s Complaint, Sonnets, The Passionate Pilgrim, The Phoenix and the turtle, The Rape of Lucrece or Venus and Adonis. is a pleasure for literature lovers.

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More – The Times of Queen Elizabeth I

  • June 22, 2008

ElizabethI.orgFor those of you with a fancy for English renaissance history, there’s good news in store: is entirely dedicated to covering the life, politics and culture under the reign of the Elizabeth I, and also the influences and treatment it has received in modern culture, from novels, biographies and movies to a library of links of interest on the queen.

Though it focuses on the queen herself, both on her private and public lives, you can read extensive information and biographies of some of the most important figures of the time, ranging from Mary Queen of Scots to Shakespeare, and also learn about daily life: how people were dressed, what they ate, what they did to entertain the idle hours, or how women were regarded in society, among many other interesting reads. The site is simple but nicely designed, and the information you’ll be able to find in it is written in an easy-to-understand style fit for non academic audiences; if you care to read research papers, you’ll be able to find them on the site too. I think that it could be nice to add one of those useful features which help readers make correct citations for academic purposes (there’s one, but it’s in the homepage, thus making it improbable for people who are directed to the site by search engines to look for it). Students and teachers will be happy to know that quizzes on Tudor history and legends can be found on the site, together with reading guides to help them find interesting articles and both fiction and non-fiction works to deepen the knowledge of the Elizabethan England.

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More – Queen Elizabeth Shrine

  • June 21, 2008

Elizabethan.orgSo you have been waiting for a site like this forever, a place where you could learn about Queen Elizabeth of England. Why don´t you let me give you a piece of advice? Just listen to me and you will thank me.

Take a few minutes of your Sunday and pay a visit to Here at this great site you will be able to recollect all the information you may ever need regarding the Queen and her history. So what are you waiting for? Just get online tonight and you will see what I´m talking about. Sit down in front of your computer and check out You will find everything you have been looking for and much more. So if you really want to learn about Elizabeth then stop seeking and try, you will thank me because you will find all of that material you needed. Try it out and you won´t be disappointed.

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More – Shakespeare Resource Center

  • May 20, 2008

Bardweb.netIf you love theatre and love to read, you might have heard about William Shakespeare. Bardweb.

net is an online Shakespeare resource center for you to find information about the great writer. In the home page you will find the “Will’s Quote of the day” and read a different one every day. Bellow you will see the “Ye olde contents”, where you will find a Shakespeare’s biography, a summary of his work, and a guide to William’s English, including a speech analysis. For the most fanatic, there is the Shakespeare’s last will and testament. If you want to discuss, be informed, or share your opinion, you can check out the “Authorship debate”, where you will find different theories regarding who wrote Shakespeare’s work. There is much more information, as well as an online store. You can buy books, a Shakespeare themed chess, and even your own William toy. Visit if you want to learn about this master of theatre.

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