Electronic Text Sites

Austrian National Library, Vienna*

 

ALEX: Catalogue of Electronic Texts

American Verse Project: University of Michigan Humanities Text Initiative

ARTFL Project (University of Chicago)

Bartleby Library

Bibliomania: Classic Fiction

British Poetry 1780-1910: A Hypertext Archive of Scholarly Editions (University of Virginia)

British Women Playwrights around 1800

British Women Romantic Poets, 1789-1832: An Electronic Collection of Texts (University of California, Davis)

A Celebration of Women Writers

Contemporary American Poetry Archive

Digital Scriptorium (WFU affiliates only)

The Electronic Canterbury Tales

The Electronic Text Center (University of Virginia)

Emory Women Writers Resource Project

The English Server: Collections in the Arts and Humanities (Carnegie Mellon University)

Library of Southern Literature/Documenting the American South (University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill)

Literature Online (WFU affiliates only)

Luminarium (Anthology of medieval, renaissance, and 17th century texts)

Michigan Early Modern English Materials

The Middle English Collection (University of Virginia)

The Modern English Collection: A.D. 1500 to Present (University of Virginia)

North Carolina Writers Website (University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill)

The On-Line Books Page (University of Pennsylvania)

Oxford Text Archive

The Perseus Digital Library

Renaissance Electronic Texts (University of Toronto)

Renaissance Women Online (WFU affiliates only)

Renascence Editions: Works Printed in English, 1477-1799

Representative Poetry On-Line (University of Toronto)

Romantic Circles

Sonnet Central

Special Collections Electronic Texts (University of Virginia)

Victorian Women Writers Project (Indiana University)

Women Romantic-Era Writers

Women Writers Project (WFU affiliates only)

Additional sites containing digitized literary texts may be found by searching for sites devoted to literary authors or periods of interest. Try metasites (see link below) such as Voice of the Shuttle.

*Staikos, Konstantinos. The Great Libraries: From Antiquity to the Renaissance.
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