Journal Articles for Literature
Arts and Humanities Citation Index Humanities International Complete
Contemporary Literary Criticism
Other Online Resources for Literature
Oxford Literature Collection
Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory and Criticism
Oxford English Dictionary (OED)
Columbia Granger's World of Poetry
Feminism in Literature
American History Through Literature, 1820-1870
American History Through Literature, 1870-1920
Websites for Literature
Voice of the Shuttle Probably the largest collection of humanities websites, collected and organized by the University of California/Santa Barbara.
E-SERVER Gathers many excellent sites and organizes them by subject (called "Collections"). An on-going project of Iowa State University.
Literary Resources on the Net A collection of links to sites for English and American literature, excluding most single electronic texts, and limited to collections of information useful for academic research. From Jack Lynch at Rutgers.
Intute-Humanities Links maintained by Oxford University, all very well annotated.
Poets.org Biographical information, news about performances, and a growing body of full-text poems. Created and maintained by the Academy of American Poets. The Poetry Archive An online collection of audio recordings of contemporary and historic poems, searchable by poet, by title, by theme, and by form.
PAL: Perspectives in American Literature A very good site, organized by time periods and by themes, maintained by Paul Rueben at California State.
African American Women Writers of the 19th Century Full text of over 52 published works, searchable by keyword. Part of the New York Public Library's Schomburg Collection.
Documenting the American South: Beginnings to 1920 A full-text database of primary resources on Southern literature and history from the University of North Carolina.
Literature and Culture of the American 1950s A rich site of literary and historical links covering all aspects of the 50s; includes newsreels, posters, photographs, and audio files. Maintained by Alan Filreis of the University of Pennsylvania.
The Mississippi Writers Page Covers William Faulkner, Eudora Welty, Tennessee Williams, and many others. Zora Neale Hurston Plays Full text of 10 unpublished plays and links to many other Hurston resources on the web. Part of the Library of Congress American Memory project.
The Dickens Project An excellent bibliography of critical studies of Dickens' work and many useful links to research websites. From the University of California.
Mr. William Shakespeare and the Internet An annotated guide to scholarly Shakespeare resources on the Internet.
Romantic Chronology Chronology of 17th through 19th century that links to sites and full-text documents. Excellent resource for literature.
Romantic Circles Scholarly articles, texts, and discussion of Romantic-period literature and culture.
The Victorian Women Writers Project A"virtual" collection of the literary works of British women writers of the Victorian period.
Women Romantic Era Writers Electronic text archives with much additional critical material, maintained at the University of London.
African Literature and Writers on the Internet An alphabetical list of entries on African literature; not exhaustive but a good starting point for African authors.
Contemporary postcolonial and postimperial literature in English An introduction to about 100 contemporary postcolonial authors. Geographical and historical background, individual author biographies and analysis. A work in progress, but a very useful resource.
Irish literature, myth, folklore, and drama A rich site to explore with links to all aspects of Irish culture past and present. Reading Women Writers and African Literature Biographical and bibliographical information on African women writers. Part of a research and teaching project by the French department at the University of Western Australia. In French and English.
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