Alex Catalogue of Electronic texts is a collection of digital
documents collected in the subject areas of English literature,
American literature, and Western philosophy.
Fiction 1851-1875 -- full-text of the works outlined in Lyle
Wright's 1957 bibliography. Consists of novels, romances, short
stories, and tall tales. Includes over 1,700 works that have
been digitized by Indiana University's Digital Library Program.
Free Library -- Sci-fi titles full-text online.
-- full-text of classic literature, nonfiction, short stories, verse, plays and a selection of reference works.
-- full-text of classic literature, nonfiction, short stories, and
Library Treasures -- digitized manuscripts including a 700
year old Qu'ran and Leonardo's notebooks, plus more
the first chapters of over 130 current fiction and non-fiction titles,
Chinese Cultural Studies: Texts
Children's Literature Collection
Adelaide -- free
Books -- only books that are in the public domain, read by
Literature Foundation(ELF)--produces advanced electronic texts
to be used by students, scholars, and admirers of literature.
University of Virginia, including a Native American text collection,
and an African-American text collection
Women Writers Resource Project--a collection of edited and
unedited texts by women writing in English from the seventeenth
through the nineteenth century.
Eserver's Fiction Collection-- 50 authors from Alcott to Melville to Woolf,
Bible --fully digitized by the British Library, searchable, it
includes history and background info.
Archive: Texts -- Over one million books have been committed
to the Text Archive. Currently over twenty-seven thousand are
Book Information Center: ibiblio.com
Donne -- Full-text of all the poems and more.... Also an
annoying soundtrack for the first few moments.
Verne Virtual Library -- full-text of all his works in French
and some in English.
Lit2Go -- downloadable
-- not only can be read online, but are easliy downloadable to
Palm, PocketPC, Zaurus, Rocketbook,
or Symbian cellphone.
On-Line Book Page--12,000 free, public domain full text books, most in HTML format.courtesy of Carnegie-Mellon University
Gutenberg--the most ambitious program on the net to get all
the important world literature online
Center for Electronic Text & Image from the University of
Pennsylvania provides the scholarly community with web access to
virtual facsimiles of original texts, documents, and sources from
Penn's collections. These include printed books, manuscripts,
photographs, maps, broadsides, ephemera, and recorded sound.
Women Writers Project -- digitized full-text of works by 19th
century British women writers.