Saturday, January 27, 2018

American Literature


Short Works
Chopin “Ripe Figs”

Edgar Allan Poe “Angel of the Odd”

Nathaniel Hawthorne “The Birthmark"
Blythe and Sweet “CoitusInterruptis...”

Tobias Wolf “Powder”

William Faulkner “A Rose for Emily”
Stephen Crane “An Epsiode of War”
Shirley Jackson “The Lottery”

Richard Wright “The Man Who Was Almost a Man”
Zora Neal Hurston “Sweat" 

Norman Spinrad “CarcinomaAngels”


“A-Haunting We Will Go” or “Guardian of Regress” or “The Last Tree”

Harlan Ellison “I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream”

Robert Heinlein “All You Zombies”
Roger Zelazny “Naked Matador”

Dashiell Hammett “Bodies Piled Up”
Raymond Chandler “I’ll Be Waiting”
H. P. Lovecraft “The Outsider”

Stephen King “I Am the Doorway”

Longer Works

Ernest Hemingway TheOld Man and the Sea

F. Scott Fitzgerald The Great Gatsby

John Steinbeck Of Miceand Men


Edgar Allan Poe The Major Short Stories

Nathaniel Hawthorne The Major Short Stories

Nathaniel Hawthorne ScarletLetter

J. D. Salinger Catcherin thy Rye


Kurt Vonnegut SlaughterhouseFive

Ken Kesey One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

S. E. Hinton The Outsiders

L. Frank Baum The Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Ray Bradbury Fahrenheit451
 

British Literature


Short Works

Virginia Woolf “Haunted House”

James Joyce “Araby”
D. H. Lawrence “The Rocking Horse Winner”
Neil Gaiman “Changes” 
Rudyard Kipling "Rikki-Tikki-Tavi"
W. Somerset Maugham "The Verger"
Roald Dahl "Lamb to the Slaughter"
Agatha Christie "In a Glass Darkly"
Arthur C. Clarke "Nine Billion Names of God"
Charles Dickens “A Case of Identity”
George Orwell "Shooting an Elephant"
H. G Wells Story to be Decided 
Elizabeth Gaskell Story to be Decided

Thomas Hardy Story to be Decided

E. F. Benson Story to be Decided

M.R. James  Story to be Decided
Arthur Conan Doyle “The Speckled Band”

Robert Louis Stevenson “The Body Snatcher”

Longer Works


Beowulf
Lewis Carroll Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland 
Chaucer Canterbury Tales

Joseph Conrad Heart of Darkness
Charles Dickens A Christmas Carol

Charles Dickens A Taleof Two Cities

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
Aldous Huxley Brave New World


Rudyard Kipling TheJungle Book
Malory Morte D’Arthur


Christopher Marlowe The Tragical History of Dr. Faustus
W. Somerset Maugham Of Human Bondage
George Orwell 1984

George Orwell AnimalFarm




Mary Shelley Frankenstein

Robert Louis Stevenson TheStrange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
Bram Stoker Dracula

Jonathan Swift Gulliver’sTravels
J. R. R. Tolkien TheHobbit
Oscar Wilde ThePicture of Dorian Gray
H.G. Wells Food of the Gods
H.G. Wells The Invisible Man
H.G. Wells Island of Dr. Moreau
H.G. Wells The Time Machine
H.G. Wells War of the Worlds


 


Friday, September 29, 2017

How to Set Up a Header in Microsoft Word

How to Set Up a Header in Microsoft Word

This video explains how to set up a header in Microsoft Word, not an MLA heading. The header is the section of your document usually with the page number, but more information can be put there. Visit my pages.