A collection of imaginary authors and titles mentioned within real books.
Site focuses on 20th century contemporary literature and author resources available online.
Study guides and discussion forums offered on various academic subjects. Literature section includes brief analyses of characters, themes and plots.
Bartleby.com's publication of Brewer's classic. Includes derivation, source, or origin of common phrases, allusions, and words.
Advice from a professor on what to expect and how to excel in college literature courses.
Comprehensive listing of links to biographical and bibliographical information about women writers, and complete published books written by women. Searchable by time period, country, and author's last name.
A non-profit co-operative for self-publishing authors and independent publishers.
A comprehensive database of listings for electronic works, their authors, and their publishers. The descriptive entries cover poetry, fiction, drama, and nonfiction that makes significant use of electronic techniques.
Both utilizes and focuses upon the medium of hypertext as it relates to literature and its concrete manifestations--from palimpsests to mechanically printed books to CD-ROMs -- throughout history to the present, with speculation on the future.
The digital counterpart of the American Library Association's Booklist magazine. Reviews of the latest books and (more recently) electronic media.