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Yr 10 Independent Reading Challenge

 

Resources from Barker Library

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Poetry Remastered - Blair Mahoney
Call Number: 808.1 MAH

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Writing Poetry - Chad Davidson; Greg Fraser
Call Number: OR 808.1 DAV

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The Merchant of Venice - William Shakespeare; Aidan Coleman; Abbie Thomas; Shane Barnes
Call Number: 822.33 P4:COL

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The Merchant of Venice - Graphic Novel - Gareth Hinds (Illustrator); William Shakespeare (As told to)
Call Number: GN HIN

 

Journals in the Library

  • Southerly, Journal of The English Association, Sydney 
    A820.905 SOU

  • Cineaste America's leading magazine on the art and politics of the cinema 
    330.91 NEW
 

The Merchant of Venice 2004

 

The Merchant of Venice

 

Lord of the flies - Historical context

 

Hannah Kent on Burial Rites

 

Slam poetry

 

Documentary Filmmaker Michael Moore

 

An Inconvenient Truth: Al Gore and Davis Guggenheim

Websites

  • Austlit
    AustLit aims to be the definitive virtual research environment and information resource for Australian literary, print, and narrative culture.
  • Top Documentary Films
    TDF offers full watchable documentaries and information on documentaries by quoting reviews from trusted sources.
  • Documentary Tube
    Documentary Tube is a place where viewers can go and find documentaries on a variety of subjects. There are hundreds of movies available in full length form.
  • Short of the week
    Short of the Week serves up bite-sized films. They seek to discover and promote the greatest and most innovative storytellers from around the world.
  • Eureka Street
    Eureka Street is published by the Australian Jesuits. It is an online journal of analysis, commentary and reflection on current issues in the worlds of politics, religion and culture.
  • Dystopias in Literature
    No matter what the plot line, all dystopian novels share similar characteristics. Learn about them here.
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