King Lear, Love, Tyranny, and Madness For classes studying "King Lear," this website provides insights about how the play succeeds as theater as well as literature. It contains transcripts and audio files of well-known actors, directors and critics discussing the themes found in King Lear. The site
Valley of the Kings Work still continues in Egypt's Valley of the Kings, as this site reports, and there have been several inidictions of the existence of previously undiscovered tombs. The site also offers past explorations as well as maps of the dig sites and some pictures. Valley of
Martin Luther King Day is celebrated on the third Monday in January, so you can use the information you find here for that observation.
The Seattle Times offers a site filled with photographs, speeches, newspaper articles, a timeline of King’s life, and a study guide as a companion to the web site.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The King Center provides a biography on Dr. King that includes a chronology of his life, his legacy, and a link to the Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project. Students can fill out a survey to begin following their own dream by serving in their own community.