9: An Annotated List of Reference Websites
Literature in English: Site Directories
Resources on the Net
Maintained by Jack Lynch at Rutgers, this site links to numerous
literature-related sites divided by time period (classical, romanticism,
20th century) or by topic such as "Women's Literature and Feminism"
or literary theory.
Voice of the Shuttle
This site, maintained by Alan Liu, offers extensive collections
of resources in the areas of literature, linguistics, classics,
and literary theory, including course syllabi and teaching resources.
Matsuoka's (Nagoya University) Home Page
A directory providing links to a variety of literary periods,
topics, and individual British, Irish, and American authors. Authors
are arranged chronologically by birth year, and there is no search
Lists many of the best literary links on the web. Each link
is annotated to show information about a work, its author, or time
to the Internet
Contains a literature and books section providing links to authors, book reviews,
literary prizes, and full-text works.
Resources (MIT Libraries)
A collection of Internet resources devoted primarily to English
and American literature. The site has organized its links into time
period and genre.
Related to Electronic Literature, Choice Magazine
List of links to sites discussed in "Literature in Electronic
Format: The Traditional English and American Canon," by Joanne
Gates, published in Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries,
v. 34, no. 8, (April 1997), pp. 1279-1296. A wide array of resources
is offered including an alphabetically-arranged list of sites about
individual authors and a list of resources by period or nationality.
English Server (Iowa State University)
A collection of (among other things) electronic texts in the
humanities and social sciences. There is a keyword search facility
for the full text documents.
- Literature: Classic
A compilation of sites related to literature worldwide, academic
programs, literary theory, specific time periods, and folklore.
Provides links for many literary magazines, presses, and organizations.