Project Gutenberg - 19,000 "free" e-books (public domain material in the United States)
On-line Guide to Canadian Authors - basic biographical and bibliographical information and links to other sites
Young Poets - from Canada's national association of professional poets, the League of Canadian Poets.
English from BBC Schools - sections on Reading, Writing, and Shakespeare (Richard III and Much Ado About Nothing)
Literary Devices - definitions and examples of literary devices such as allegory, alliteration, irony, metaphor, sarcasm, satire and many more.
English Grammar Tutor On-line
Common Errors in English (American)
Good Grammar, Good Style - more than 100 pages of useful articles and frequently asked questions
Citation Machine - an interactive Web tool designed to assist in correctly citing resources used in research papers.
Cyberguides Grades 9-12 - web-based novel study activities for students with accompanying teacher guides
Poetry Archives - thousands of "classical poems" - database is searchable by first-line, author and poem title by key words
Shakespeare - Subject to Change - a Cable in the Classroom website - "Come with us as we explore how the printing, editing and directing of his plays makes Shakespeare: Subject to Change."
Shakespeare Study Guides - from TV Ontario's Ask a Teacher web site
Shakespeare Study Guides - from SparkNotes
Cummings Study Guides for the Great Works of World Literature - including guides for all the plays and poems of William Shakespeare - tutorials with plot summaries, themes, imagery, analysis, and background information
White Pine Award - Ontario Library Association - this reading program offers high school-aged teens at all grade levels the opportunity to read the best of Canada's recent young adult fiction titles