L Literature Websites

GradeSaver

Gradesaver describes itself as offering the highest quality study guides that are written exclusively by Harvard students.

Their ClassicNotes are, they describe, the best book notes available online. These can be found in PDF or in print on Amazon.

GradeSaver was founded in April 1999 by two Harvard students who decided that they could do more than help their friends and classmates. They chose to create GradeSaver and then ClassicNotes, which has over 400 titles for free with millions of users a month. The website has been recognized internationally by newspapers in the UK and Germany.

 

What Does Gradesaver Offer?

On GradeSaver, students have access to literature essays, lesson plans, Q&A’s, study guides, college application essays, textbook answers, and writing help. A portion of this is available for free, while more requires a premium membership to access it. Some of the most popular literature essays include ones about Henry James and The Turn of the Screw, 1984, Wuthering Heights, and Frankenstein. Some of the other authors featured on their website are Jane Austen, John Miltonand Joseph Conrad.

In their study guides, users can read about the background of a novel or poem, learn about the themes, the sections of the novel, and take quizzes to improve their understanding of the content. There is also a question and answer section at the end of articles with questions asked by real users, updated regularly.

 

What Does Poem Analysis Offer?

Poem Analysis has the largest database of poetry analyzed and explained on the internet, with 3,846 poems analyzed from 923 different poets, and 638 literary terms explained.

On Poem Analysis, users can find a wide array of resources that focuses on helping students better understand poetry and the poets responsible. Our resources are clearly and simply arranged. When looking at the analysis of a particular poem, web users can find the information they’re looking for through an easy to use table of contents. Plus, Poem Analysis offers all of its content for free.

Poem Analysis’s articles feature information about the writer, the writer’s techniques, and the chosen structure, as well as a line by line analysis of the poem. This is in addition to summaries and introductions aimed at helping readers better understand the poems they’re interested in. If we miss anything out, we enable comments on all our articles and enjoy conversing with the community about poetry.

Poem Analysis gauges its new content based on user interest. The website uses syllabuses from schools around the world to determine which new articles are needed. This means that it’s likely that Poem Analysis has the information you need when no one else does. If by some chance the poem you’re looking for isn’t on the website, it’s simple and free to request that one of Poem Analysis’s experts create a study guide for you.

What more, the Poem Analysis brand has continued into books, with Book Analysis. With this site, you’ll find summaries, analyses, and reviews of books, such as Pride and Prejudice, with a whole range of information on each author too.

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Will created Poem Analysis back in 2015 and has a team of the best poetry experts helping him analyze poems from the past and present. Although he has a background in Automotive Engineering, having worked for McLaren testing supercars, Will has a keen eye for poetry and literature.
  • I want to study the A/L literature

    • Lee-James Bovey says:

      You should it is a great subject and I think A-level is more interesting than GCSE.

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