Unit Three: Theme | Fundamentals of Literature
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- Ellis Wilson—Biographical information
- Great Migration—Wilson was part of the Great Migration, movement of African-Americans from the South to the North.
- Harlem Renaissance—Wilson was a part of the New Negro Art Movement, also known as the Harlem Renaissance.
- Guggenheim Fellowship—Wilson received a Guggenheim Fellowship. Learn more about the Guggenheim Memorial Foundation-its history and fellows.
- Ellis Wilson—Further Ellis Wilson resources
"The Silver Mine"
- Nobel Prize in Literature—Information about Lagerlöf as the first woman to receive the prize for literature as well as information about Nobel, for whom the prize was named
- King Gustav—Background for the monarchy of Sweden
"Beauty and the Beast"
- History—History of "Beauty and the Beast"
- Brothers Grimm—More information on the Grimm Brothers' fairy tales
"Go Down, Death" and "Do not go gentle into that good night"
- James Weldon Johnson—Biographical information about James Weldon Johnson
- Dylan Thomas—Biographical information about Dylan Thomas
- Villanelle—Explanation of the poetic form.
- John Galsworthy I—Biographical information about Nobel Laureate John Galsworthy
- John Galsworthy II—Further biographical information about John Galsworthy
- Gladys Aylward—Biographical information about Gladys Aylward for further enrichment
"Dr. Heidegger's Experiment"
- Nathaniel Hawthorne—Biographical information on Nathaniel Hawthorne
- Fountain of Youth—History of the "supposed" Fountain of Youth
"When You Are Old"
- Maud Gonne—Biographical information for Maud Gonne, the supposed woman in Yeats's poem
- W. B. Yeats I—Biographical information for Yeats
- W. B. Yeats II—Further biographical information for Yeats
"A Black Man Talks of Reaping"
- Arna Bontemps—Biographical information on Bontemps
- “Creoles” at KnowLA.org—Brief history of Creoles from the Encyclopedia of Louisiana
- Harlem Hellfighters—Information on the "Harlem Hellfighters" of WW I
- Tuskegee Airmen—Information on the first black military airmen of the United States
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