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Classical Writing Email Loop ~ support from others in the trenches!

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Literary Links for Models

The Baldwin Project ~ classic children's authors

Aesop's Fables

Page by Page Books ~ has a nice collection of Aesop's fables

American Folklore ~ includes folklore from other lands also

Folkore, Myth, and Legend

Poets' Corner ~ an extensive searchable selection of poems

The Gutenberg Project ~ many out-of-print classics

Shakespeare Online ~ plays and poems with analysis and discussion

Ultimate Shakespeare Resource Guide

The Free Library Online ~ thousands of free books

Classical Christian Education's 1000 Good Books List ~ by grade level

Reference

Dictionary.com

Thesaurus.com

Rhyme Zone rhyming dictionary

Bartleby's Quotations

Spelling and Phonics

The Logic of English

Spell to Write and Read

The Writing Road to Reading

Grammar and Sentence Diagramming

The Guide to Grammar and Writing

Sentence Diagrams by Eugene Moutoux

Online English Grammar

Teaching Writing

Apthonius' Progymnasmata, translated by Malcolm Heath


Ben Franklin on Imitation
 

Classical Education

The Lost Tools of Learning ~ Dorothy Sayers

The Seven Liberal Arts

Address to Young Men on Reading Greek Literature ~ St. Basil

The Abolition of Man ~ C.S. Lewis

Classical Homeschooling


The Well Trained Mind ~ Susan Wise Bauer
 

Online Great Books Tutorials

Schola Tutorials ~ Wesley Callihan

Oxford Tutorials ~ Dr. Norman Lund

Artesian Wells ~ Aaron and Emily Wells

Escondido Tutorial Service ~ Fritz Hinrichs
 

Rhetorical Helps

Rhetorica ~ offers analysis and commentary about the rhetoric, propaganda, and spin of journalism and politics

The Forest of Rhetoric ~ an exhaustive rhetorical handbook

The Public Orations of Demothsenes ~ Gutenburg Project

Marcus Tullius Cicero ~ Online Library of Liberty

Institutio Oratoria ~ Quintilian

Early Church Fathers Collection

On Copia ~ Erasmus

The Garden of Eloquence ~ Henry Peacham

from Reflections on the Revolution in France ~ Edmund Burke


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