Full-text editions online: Novels, Plays, Short-stories, Poems, Ephemera, etc
- The Carnegie Library of Pittsburg's guide to full-text books online.
- Library of American Civilization
- SJU has the microfiche collection of this library of significant 19th Americana.
Terry Ballard, a former adjunct professor in the SJU library, now at Quinnipiac
University in Connecticut, has compiled a list of the LAC materials available online.
Shakespeares-Sonnets.com - "All the sonnets are provided here, with descriptive commentary attached to each one, giving explanations of difficult
and unfamiliar words and phrases, and with a full analysis of any special problems
of interpretation which arise."
- "Read any one of thousands of classic books free at 4Literature.net. The 4Literature
archives include such things as the works of Shakespeare, religious and historical documents, children's fairy tales, Greek and Roman classics, and books by famous
American authors of the 19th century.
- Full-Text from Carnegie Mellon University
- "The EServer at Carnegie Mellon has been online for ten years; today we
offer 27,241 works online. Browse or search our collections, talk on our mailing lists and live chat line, or join our teams of volunteers publishing to Internet readers."
American Time Capsule.
- From the webpage, "The Printed Ephemera Collection at the Library of Congress
is a rich repository of Americana. In total, the Collection comprises 28,000 primary source items dating from the seventeenth century to the present and
encompasses key events and eras in American history."
European Literature - Full-text - From the Association of College and Research Libraries: "This page lists Internet sources for
literary texts in the western European languages other than English."