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Alex Catalogue of Electronic Texts
A collection of digital documents collected in the subject areas of English literature, American literature, and Western philosophy. Users can locate a title by searching or browsing the catalogue. Other features include searching the contents of located texts and on-the-fly creation of PDF files.
(Added: 16-Oct-1998 / Hits [2013- ]: 8)
Bartleby.com : Great Books Online
Offers complete electronic version of preeminent contemporary reference works, e.g. Columbia Encyclopedia; The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language; Simpson's Contemporary Quotations; Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, etc. There are also full text of many classic works, e.g. Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Oxford Book of English Verse, etc.
(Added: 17-Nov-1999 / Hits [2013- ]: 11)
Cambridge History of English and American Literature
Considered the most important work of literary history and criticism ever published, the Cambridge History contains over 303 chapters and 11,000 pages, with essay topics ranging from poetry, fiction, drama and essays to history, theology and political writings.
(Added: 14-Jul-2003 / Hits [2013- ]: 6)
Electronic Text Center
Holds approximately 70,000 online and offline humanities texts in 15 languages such as English, French, German, Latin, Chinese, Russian, and Hebrew, with more than 350,000 related images. Some texts are not publicly accessible.
(Added: 9-Jul-1999 / Hits [2013- ]: 5)
Internet Public Library: Literary Criticism
This collection of the Internet Public Library contains more than 1,500 critical and biographical websites about over 100 authors and their works. It focuses primarily on British and American authors. Users can browse the information by author, work title, or period.
(Added: 4-Dec-1998 / Hits [2013- ]: 6)
Provides an educational supplement for better understanding of classic and contemporary literature through Chapter Summaries, Character Profiles, Metaphor Analysis, Theme Analyses, and Author Biographies.
(Added: 5-Sep-2001 / Hits [2013- ]: 5)
Open Source Shakespeare: An Experiment in Literary Technology
Provides all 37 plays, 154 sonnets, and 5 longer poems included, derived from the freely available Complete Moby Shakespeare, which is based on die 1866 Globe Edition of die complete works. Users may limit search results by character, work, or genre; display all of a character's lines for a particular play; and compare any two sonnets side by side on the screen.
(Added: 19-Nov-2007 / Hits [2013- ]: 3)
A resourceful archive containing extensive e-texts and audio files of literature, historical documents, reference tools, etc. The texts & audio files can be downloaded.
(Added: 3-Mar-1999 / Hits [2013- ]: 8)
Representative Poetry Online
A historical anthology of English poetry, from early medieval period to the present, including about 3,100 English poems by roughly 500 poets. Poems are indexed by poet, title, first line, date, and keyword. Also includes selected criticism.
(Added: 16-Oct-1998 / Hits [2013- ]: 4)
An online rhyming dictionary for writers, poets, lyricists and anyone who enjoys words. One may find rhymes, synonyms and definitions for a chosen word, with the options to include phrases and organize the results by letters or syllables. The chosen word may also be searched for its location in the works of Shakespeare, and in Bible, etc. It may be used to find similar spellings, related words, and words that have the same patten of consonant sounds, etc.
(Added: 16-Nov-2009 / Hits [2013- ]: 5)
Maintained by professional scholars, this site is devoted to the study of Lord Byron, Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, Percy Bysshe Shelley, John Keats, their contemporaries and historical contexts. Provides links to hyperlinked editions of selected classic works, scholarly resources, book reviews, features, etc. Search engine is available.
(Added: 15-May-1998 / Hits [2013- ]: 6)
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