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- A collection of imaginary authors and titles mentioned within real books.
- Compilation of terms which first appeared in literature. Also includes a short list of words which failed to become part of the English vernacular.
- E-mail lists and conferences relating to books, reading, and literature.
On-Book: Introduction to Literary Study
- Contains definitions of literary terms, brief explanations of a variety of literary theories, directions for doing various kinds of literary analysis, and links.
- 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
- Serves as a broad resource for a wide variety of literature-related materials, including text archives of both prose and poetry, fiction and non-fiction, as well as and other types of literature resources.
The Internet Public Library
- Online public library features directories of online texts, newspapers, magazines, reference materials with special sections for youth.
- Site focuses on 20th century contemporary literature and author resources available online.
The Western Canon
- Resource links to classic literature arranged by historical period, by author, and by subject.
Writers, Artists, and Their Copyright Holders
- Search to find contact information for the copyright holders of authors and artists whose works can be found in libraries and archives across North America and the UK.
- Attempts to discuss how future generations will regard the book. Includes a timeline of information technology.
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