Bloom’s Literature: New Discussion Questions and More

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Bloom’s Literature: New Discussion Questions and More

We are delighted to announce our latest update to Bloom’s Literature, which adds thousands of new discussion questions on a range of literary subjects plus a wealth of new content. We invite you to continue reading for more details.

New! Discussion Questions

More than 9,000 discussion questions provide research and writing suggestions on a range of literary subjects—an ideal complement to the critical essays and analyses offered in the database. These new discussion questions will inspire students and researchers to think critically, to delve deeper and ask (and answer) fresh new questions.

The discussion questions can be easily accessed by clicking on “More” in the top menu bar and then selecting “Discussion Questions” from the drop-down menu. You’ll find literally thousands of writing and discussion topics on great authors, works, and characters, conveniently organized by author.

New Content on American Literature

With this latest update, the complete contents of several highly acclaimed Facts On File reference works on American literature have been added to Bloom’s Literature. This new material expands the database’s coverage of hundreds of the most frequently studied American authors and includes research and writing strategies for a variety of works, authors, movements, and themes. The Pulitzer Prize–winning poet Gwendolyn Brooks and the novels A Farewell to Arms and The Road are among the subjects covered in the new articles.

New Full-Length Video

The full-length feature-film adaptation of A Tale of Two Cities joins the list of 160+ full-length videos of famous productions available in Bloom’s Literature. Users can watch the film in its entirety or focus on specific segments and scenes.