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  • A Celebration of Women Writers - Comprehensive listing of links to biographical and bibliographical information about women writers, and complete published books written by women. Searchable by time period, country, and author's last name.
  • A Collection of Classics - Lets users explore the meaning of a "classic," introduces users to the authors who have written classics, gets users on the path to making their own classics.
  • An Animated History of Books - Starts with the cavemen, then moves all the way to the present and projections for the future.
  • AOL Anywhere - Reading and Literature - Resource for information on featured authors and poets, and literature appreciation. Includes links to tools for writing papers, finding famous quotes, and getting published.
  • Dictionary of Phrase and Fable -'s publication of Brewer's classic. Includes derivation, source, or origin of common phrases, allusions, and words.
  • EducETH - Reading list for university study, with synopses, background and selected texts for works covered.
  • Electronic Literature Directory - A comprehensive database of listings for electronic works, their authors, and their publishers. The descriptive entries cover poetry, fiction, drama, and nonfiction that makes significant use of electronic techniques.
  • Five Books - Guide to the history of English language and literature. Site delivers little-known literary and linguistic facts in entertaining sections.
  • How to Excel in an Undergraduate Literature Course - Advice from a professor on what to expect and how to excel in college literature courses.
  • Invisible Library - A collection of imaginary authors and titles mentioned within real books.
  • Littera Scripta - E-mail lists and conferences relating to books, reading, and literature.
  • - E-texts and free study guides on the Internet, written entirely by Harvard students and teachers. Includes plot summaries and discussion forums.
  • The Electronic Labyrinth - Both utilizes and focuses upon the medium of hypertext as it relates to literature and its concrete manifestations--from palimpsests to mechanically printed books to CD-ROMs -- throughout history to the present, with speculation on the future.
  • The English Server - Includes a variety of literature-related materials, including etext archives of prose, poetry, fiction, non-fiction; links.
  • The Independent Literature Institute - A non-profit co-operative for self-publishing authors and independent publishers.
  • The Internet Public Library - Online public library features directories of online texts, newspapers, magazines, reference materials with special sections for youth.
  • The Libyrinth - Site focuses on 20th century contemporary literature and author resources available online.

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