Resources Used in This Lesson: Bibliography

Brooks, Melody. “A Beginning Guide to Shakespeare’s Verse.” New Perspectives Theatre Company.

Carlin, George. “If I Were in Charge of the Networks.” The 50 Funniest American Writers According to Andy Borowitz, 351-357. New York: The Library of America, 2011.

Drama.” The Writing Center: University of North Carolina.

Hirshfield, Jane. “The art of the metaphor.” TEDEducation. YouTube video, 5:38. Posted September 24, 2012.

Hughes, Langston. “Thank You, Ma’am.”

———. “403 Blues.” The Collected Poems of Langston Hughes, Volume 893, 241. Edited by Arnold Rampersad. New York: Random House, Inc., 1995.

Hydroxylation.” Virtual Textbook of Organic Chemistry.

Laster, Lori Ann. “Welcome Back to Grover’s Corners.” American Theater. May/June 2008.

Mayah. “Interpretation of ‘A Noiseless Patient Spider’ by Walt Whitman.” Posted on September 3, 2010.

Nordquist, Richard. “Using Similes and Metaphors to Enrich Our Writing (Part 1).”

Shakespeare, William. Romeo and Juliet. The Project Gutenberg. Posted May 25, 2012.

Snicket, Lemony. “The Reptile Room Quotes.” Goodreads.

Whitman, Walt. “A Noiseless Patient Spider.” Edited November 2, 2011.

Wilder, Thornton. Our Town. Public Broadcasting System. Masterpiece Theater video, 1:46.

———. Our Town: A Play in Three Acts. Harper Collins Publishers.