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Literary Research Links

Literature Research Guides from the University Libraries at Ohio University offers an extensive list of online literary resources.

Bibliomania.com has free online literature with over two thousand classic texts, including works by Ohio authors Ambrose Bierce, O. Henry, and Harriet Beecher Stowe. There are also study guides and reference books.

Carol Hurst's Children's Literature Page features books for kids with reviews, activities and links to related subject areas and classroom activities.

The Internet Public Library has everything a library could put online and more. Visit their Special Collections/Literature area for information on authors, literary criticism, articles about the writing process, and literature listed by time period.

The Cambridge History of English and American Literature on Bartleby.com contains over three hundred chapters and eleven thousand pages, with essay topics including poetry, fiction, and drama.

Great Books provides full texts of American, European and classical literature. To read the books online, or download the text, check out the Great Books Author Index or Title Index.

Project Gutenberg is the Internet's oldest producer of free electronic books, also known as eBooks or eTexts. You can search by author or title of thousands of books in public domain.

A Celebration of Women Writers lists links to biographical and bibliographical information about women writers, including those featured in Ohio Reading Road Trip.

Voice of the Shuttle is a thorough guide to American literature resources, including those for a number of ORRT authors.

Writing Black provides resources to African-American authors and poets, including Rita Dove, Langston Hughes, Charles W. Chesnutt, Paul Laurence Dunbar, and others.

The Library of Congress features American Memory, Historical Collections for the National Digital Library, which has primary source materials relating to the history and culture of the United States.

Academy of American Poets has literary links, biographies of poets, and online recordings of poetry.

MAPS, the Modern American Poetry site, brings together poets, scholars, and readers with biographical information, analysis, and links to interviews with poets and external sites.

The Newbery Medal home page has information on winners back to 1922, along with links to other key literary awards.

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