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Welcome to the Literary Allusions in Popular Music wiki!

 

Popular music is saturated with allusions to literary texts. This wiki is devoted to identifying such literary allusions and providing ELA teachers with resources for incorporating music in the classroom.

 

We encourage you to join us in this collaborative effort by adding fresh, new connections between literature and popular music or by revising the information that's already here.

 

Given the nature of wikis, please recognize that this wiki will perpetually be a work in progress, so please do check back often for updates and inspiration!

 


 

In this wiki you can:

 

  • Consider rationale for bringing popular culture into the language arts classroom at the Why Popular Culture page

 

  • Weigh rationale for incorporating new media -- wikis, specifically -- into the language arts classroom at the Why a Wiki page

 

 

  • Sift through countless examples of literary allusions in popular culture that you can incorporate to supplement your curriculum

 


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