Essays and Academic Writing:
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Rhetorical Devices – A list of of rhetorical devices.
Writers Write – Blog about writing.
OEDb | Open Education Database – A list of 150 online resources to help improve your writing.
Grammar Girl – Blog on writing and grammar.
Grammar Untied – Blog on grammar.
Bartleby – Access to Great Books Online
On the Norton Anthology of English Literature page they have free audio readings of many pieces of literature, summaries and reviews to help you study and truly comprehend the material, as well as several other helpful resources for your English Lit class.
Project Gutenberg has almost 60,000 free eBooks and access to a mobile site via a QR code.
This LitWeb page has information to help you all different aspects and forms of the writing process, from paraphrasing, to tense choice, to choosing a text or planning your paper.