Wider, Sarah Ann. "Emily Dickinson (10 December 1830-15 May 1886)." The American Renaissance in New England: Fourth Series. Ed. Wesley T. Mott. Vol. 243. Detroit: Gale, 2001. 103-127. Dictionary of Literary Biography Vol. 243. Dictionary of Literary Biography Main Series. Web.
Streaming video, 57 min. Filmed at the major locations of the poet's life, this program traces Wordsworth's development by focusing on his famous "spots of time," touchstones of place and experience immortalized in his autobiographical poem, The Prelude. Along with readings and dramatizations of works, key ideas in Wordsworth's poetry are analyzed in the context of 18th-century thought
Streaming video This program skillfully interweaves riveting dramatizations of Fyodor Dostoevsky’s masterpiece with Notes from the Underground and the autobiographical Memoirs from the House of the Dead.
Drama Criticism. Ed. Lawrence J. Trudeau. Vol. 2. Detroit: Gale Research, 1992. p266-356.
Gender & performance : a doll's house. Part 1 & 2
DVD Focusing on the final scene of Ibsen's A doll's house, which is presented by the same actors and production team in three different sets and costumes, this program examines how the gender issues raised by the play can be interpreted in different ways
Streaming video. Henrik Ibsen: A Universal Poet and Playwright (2:34) -- Ibsen's Early Life (3:59) -- Ibsen's Early Adulthood (5:24) -- Ibsen's Early Career (3:00) -- Ibsen's Dark Period (4:52) -- Ibsen's First Masterpiece (4:18) -- Ibsen's Life in Rome and His Satire (4:06) -- Ibsen's Egyptian Travels and Honorary Doctorate (3:31) -- Ibsen's Life and Work in Germany (5:00) -- Ibsen's "The Doll's House" (4:32) -- Doubts in Ibsen's Marriage (5:50) -- Ibsen: The Sphinx (2:47)