Contains the full text of more than 1,500 American dramatic works from the early 18th century to the early years of the 20th century. Included are plays in verse, farces, melodramas, frontier plays, temperance dialogues, realist plays, and many other genres.
A selection of 2000 primary source documents including historical newspaper articles, pamphlets, diaries, correspondence and more that highlight the triumphs and resiliency of African Americans in the pursuit of equality through six periods of history.
Self-service, computer-automated document conversion tool that allows students, faculty, and staff to convert documents into a variety of alternative formats including audiobooks, e-books, and digital Braille. The service can also be used to convert image-only PDF files or scanned images into more accessible formats.
Contains the full text of more than 3,900 English plays in verse and prose -- from the medieval morality and mystery cycles in the late thirteenth century to the early twentieth century. Includes works by major dramatists such as Ben Jonson, Aphra Behn, William Wycherley, Oliver Goldsmith, Richard Sheridan, Oscar Wilde, and J.M. Synge.
Mango is a self-directed program for learning another language. Over 70 languages are available, including Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Greek (ancient and modern), Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Latin, Spanish (Castilian and Latin American), English, and many more. Click its title to connect to the log-in page and create your personal profile. Once you have your own profile, you can download an app to use Mango on a mobile device (Android/iOS), you can log in directly from Mango's site in the future, or you can continue logging in from here.
Contains the full text of many of the most important plays from the English-speaking world from 1891-2008, by over 300 noted and lesser-known dramatists, including Amiri Baraka, Noel Coward, Susan Glaspell, Langston Hughes, Brian Friel, David Mamet, Eugene O'Neill, John Osborne, Sean O'Casey, Harold Pinter, George Bernard Shaw, Neil Simon, Gertrude Stein, Tom Stoppard, Derek Walcott, August Wilson, and Elizabeth Wong.