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Electronic Text Archives

Contents: General Archives | Hypertext and Web Publications | Individual Author Guides
General Archives Hypertext and Web Publications

American Verse Project
University of Michigan: "The Humanities Text Initiative (HTI) is assembling an electronic archive of volumes of American poetry. Most of the archive is made up of 19th century poetry, although a few 18th century and early 20th century texts are included."

Anti-Imperialism in the United States, 1898-1935
Hypertext project maintained by Jim Zwick, Syracuse University. A collection of historical and literary texts from the period, with commentary and photos.

Author Webliography
The Webliography selection of Internet archives and indexes for particular authors.

British Poetry 1780-1910: a Hypertext Archive of Scholarly Editions
Electronic Text Center Alderman Library University of Virginia. Editions of works by: Coleridge, Mary Robinson, D. G. Rossetti, Richard Polwhele, Tennyson, Wilde, and Keats.

"DScriptorium is devoted to collecting, storing and distributing digital images of Medieval manuscripts"

Etext Archives
Home for Zines, electronic books from Project Gutenberg, religious texts and more.

Available to LSU users only. Register through the LSU Libraries Off-Campus Gateway.

  • Biography Resource Center
  • Literature Resource Center
  • Great Books Home Page
    An index of texts from throughout cyberspace, arranged chronologically, topically, and by author. Based on Mortimer Adler's How to Read a Book.

    Historical Text Archive
    Supported by the College of Arts and Sciences and the Computing Center of Mississippi State University, this site includes ASCII files of historical documents and scholarly papers mainly from the Americas, GIF files, software, library search programs, diaries, and bibliographies.

    Humanities Text Initiative
    University of Michigan text project. Includes electronic texts and journals, SGML resources, and reference materials.

    NCSU Poetry WAIS
    A searchable database of poetry texts.

    Project Bartleby/Bartelby.com
    This former Columbia University hypertext literature project includes near complete the works of Keats, Shelley, Wordsworth and others as well as a searchable Bartletts Familiar Quotations. Very well designed. Now a .com site but still FREE.

    Publications of the Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities
    Other hypertext files at Virginia. Includes hypertext research reports on a great range of topics: U.S. Civil War, Rossetti, Swahili language, Pompeii, Piers Plowman, Alexander Bell.

    The University of Virginia Electronic Text Library
    Under the direction of the Electronic Text Center. Texts concerning Middle and Early Modern English, and also Biblical, Latin, and French studies. Search the full text of documents for keywords.

    Web Concordances
    Well organized hypertext concordance of Blake ("Songs of Innocence and of Experience"), Keats ("Odes of 1819"), and Coleridge ("The Ancyent Marinere"). Search by word and display the full text. Other titles coming soon.

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