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The Complete Works of William Shakespeare - provided by MIT and Jeremy Hylton. Quotations, texts, search engine, discussion area, glossary, and resources.
Mr. William Shakespeare and the Internet - An annotated guide to Shakespeare resources on the Internet, includes criticisms, historical background info, educational and teaching aids, Renaissance overview, etc.
Alphabetical Listing of The Plays - Alpha lisitng by M.I.T.
Bartlett's Familiar Shakespearan Quotations - Brought to you by Project Bartleby and Jeremy Hylton
Chronological Listing - "This listing is based on the order in which Shakespeare probably wrote the plays. This list is based on the scholarship of Stanley Wells and Gary Taylor, who prepared the Oxford edition of the complete works."
Complete Works of William Shakespeare - Downloadable files of "The Complete Works of William Shakespeare" in .txt format from Project Gutenberg.
Furness Shakespeare Library - electronic texts and images for selected plays
Glossary at M.I.T. - The glossary links can be a little confusing and you need to use some common sense when you use them. The links were generated by a program that marked every occurence of a word, regardless of whether the definition made sense for the particular context.
Hyperlinked Texts from Encyclopedia of the Self. - Online texts of some sonnets and plays.
The Probert Encyclopaedia - List of Shakespearean characters.
Search Engine - Search the bard's works via Matty Farrow's engine in Australia.
Selected Shakespearean Plays - Synopsis and commentary. Scene-by-scene summary of selected plays.
Shakespeare FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions About Shakespeare
Shakespeare In Cyberspace - Shakespeare in Cyberspace: designed to explain a Shakespearean play in an easy to understand format.
Shakespeare Magazine - "A convergence of in-depth and up-to-the-minute information from Shakespeare scholars, teachers, and theatre professionals."
Shakespeare Online - In-depth play and character analyses, plot synopses, source information, and answers to common Shakespeare questions.
Shakespeare Oxford Society Home Page - "The purpose of the Society is to document and establish Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford (1550-1604), as the universally recognized author of the works of William Shakespeare."
Shakespeare Resource Center - A useful web resource for Shakespeare researchers.
Shakespeare Search Engine - "This is an index of the plays and poems of Shakespeare with links to the html version maintained by Jeremy Hylton from MIT."
The Shakespearean Homework Helper - Find answers to your Shakespearean questions!
Shakespearean World - an online course with syllabus, essays, pics, tips for reading Shakespeare, assignments, and search engines
Shakespeare's Globe - Shakespeare's Globe rebuilt in London
Shakespeare's Life and Times - The Seven Ages of Shakespeare's Life
Surfing with the Bard - "Welcome to Surfing with the Bard--your Shakespeare classroom on the Internet! This site is devoted to teachers, students, and fans of William Shakespeare."
Tales From Shakespeare - Taken from Charles and Mary Lamb's Prologue:"The following Tales are meant to be submitted to the young reader as an introduction to the study of Shakespeare, for which purpose his words are used whenever it seemed possible to bring them in; and in whatever has been added to give them the regular form of a connected story ... "
Tales of Shakespeare - The complete online HTML text, extensively annotated, with references cross-linked to the Encyclopedia of the Self.
Timeline Summary - "A Shakespeare Timeline Summary Chart."