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‘Libraries are the wardrobes of literature, whence men, properly informed may bring forth something for ornament, much for curiosity, and more for use’ - William Dyer

Welcome to the Great Writers Inspire Resources Library. Here, you can search for and access thousands of literary open education resources such as audio and video podcasts, essays, ebooks, images and more. Explore the virtual shelves by searching by keyword in the title, author, and by media type.

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Format Title Author/Contributor Source Date Published
Essay King Alfred the Great Francis Leneghan 18 Sep 2020
Video Patience Agbabi reading and conversation Patience Agbabi, Elleke Boehmer, Marion Turner 03 Feb 2020
eBook The Canterbury Tales Geoffrey Chaucer 27 Mar 2017
eBook Troilus & Criseyde Geoffrey Chaucer 25 Mar 2017
Audio Why should we study Chaucer? Laura Ashe, Ilana Lassman 31 Jul 2013
Essay Feminist Approaches to Literature Kate O'Connor 03 Aug 2012
Essay High and Low Culture Abigail Williams 17 Apr 2012
Audio Chaucer Daniel Wakelin 17 Apr 2012
Video Chaucer Daniel Wakelin 17 Apr 2012
Image William Blake - Chaucer's Canterbury Pilgrims 12 Apr 2012
Essay Geoffrey Chaucer: The Father of Modern English? Colleen Curran 03 Apr 2012
eBook Canterbury tales Geoffrey Chaucer 15 Mar 2012
eBook A treatise on the astrolabe : addressed to his son Lowys Geoffrey Chaucer 15 Mar 2012
Audio History of English Pronunciation Simon Horobin 30 Nov 2011