Most of the following links contain collections of links to a variety of related sites and web pages:
Subject Page, University of Washington Libraries
Recommended resources for research in English language, British and American literature, and other literatures in English.
Resources for humanities research, texts in arts and humanities, and more.
HUManities BULletin board. Extensive humanities links.
A Literary Index
Internet Resources in Literature
Resources on the Net
Links to literature and humanities sites.
of the Shuttle
Extensive humanities research resources.
Continuing Education Association
(includes list of colleges and universities offering distance learning via correspondence and/or electronic media)
Alex: Catalogue of Electronic Texts
Collection of digital documents in English and American literature and Western philosophy
Verse Project at the University of Michigan
Volumes of American poetry prior to 1920
Electronic Text Center at the University of Virginia Library
20,000 on- and off-line humanities texts in 12 languages, including British Poetry 1780-1910
Classics Archive at MIT
Over 400 works of classical literature, mainly Greek and Latin (with some Chinese and Persian), all in English translation.
Selected Medieval, Renaissance, and 17th-Century texts, images, scholarly essays, etc.
"Fine Literature Digitally Re-Published"
The WSU Chaucer page, including links to Chaucer resources on the web.
Hypertext fiction, theory, and criticism
Resources for Medieval Studies
Internet Connection for Medieval Resources
On-line Reference Book for Medieval Studies
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
A Hypermedia Research Archive
(more Shakespeare links)
University of Florida Research Ensemble
(composition, hypertext, electronic communication)
A Webliography of Sources on Medieval and Renaissance Literature
Extensive collection of Medieval and Renaissance resources
(maintained by E. Simmons-O'Neill, Helene Williams, and Faye Christenberry, Dept. of English, Univ. of Washington)
Women Writers Project
Electronic textbase of women's writing in English before 1830 (Brown University)