- Bartleby.com: Great Books Online
Includes full text of reference, literature (fiction and poetry), and
- Project Gutenberg Over 6,000 works of
"fine literature digitally re-published." Fiction, poetry, and
non-fiction classics in the public domain, all in English.
- Making of America (University
of Michigan) - a digital library of American books and periodicals
from the 19th century, primarily from the antebellum period through
reconstruction. The collection is particularly strong in the subject areas
of education, psychology, American history, sociology, religion, and science
and technology. The book collection currently contains approximately 8,500
- The Online Books Page (University of
Pennsylvania) Full text of more than 19,000 books online, plus special features such as banned books, books by women writers throughout history, and prize-winners online.
Also includes serials archives.
- Electronic Text Center
(University of Virginia)
A very large archive of English and foreign-language texts.
A collection of 7,400 e-books (3,400 copyrighted titles and 4,000 in the public domain). Although access to the public domain titles is unrestricted, users must create a personal account in order to
check out copyrighted titles and in order to access these titles from
non-University IP addresses or commercial internet service providers. The check-out period is 4 hours and can be repeated.
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