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For students:

The Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL): This site has fantastic, specific advice when it comes to every aspect of writing about literature, from thesis to final product.

LitWeb: The Norton Introduction to Literature Studyspace: This electronic text explores the relationship between reading and writing, and gives comprehensive information about what it means to write about literature.

For teachers:

Universe as Text: A professional blog with more language arts teaching ideas, free classroom resources, and teaching reflections from the author of this video.