Resources

The following sites may be of use to those pursuing literary study. Please note that URL addresses change with great frequency, and although every effort has been made to keep this list current, these pages are not operated by UCA, and you may discover that one or more of the items below has indeed moved. If that is the case, please let us know, and we will make revisions.

Reference and Other Tools

Studies in Bibliography Online

Sigma Tau Delta

International Phonetic Association

Citation Machine (read the disclaimer)

A Research Guide for Students

Dictionary of Difficult Words

Online Etymology Dictionary

The Grammar Slammer

De Proverbio: International Proverb Studies

University of Hull, English Department

Torreyson Library Research Databases

Starting Points

Eighteenth-Century Resources

Centre for Reformation & Renaissance Studies

Children's Literature Web Guide

Electronic Archives for Teaching American Literatures

English & American Literary Resources

H-Arete Sports Literature Page

Intute Arts & Humanities Research Pages

Labyrinth Library: Medieval Resources

Literature Webliography

Modern Humanities Research Association

NetSERF (Medieval Resources)

REED: Records of Early English Drama

UPenn English Page

Voice of the Shuttle English Literature Page

Electronic Text Collections

American Verse Project

Center for Electronic Text & Image

Christopher Marlowe: Electronic Editions

Project Gutenberg

Renaissance Electronic Texts

Shakespeare's Plays Online

U of Virginia Electronic Text Center

Victorian Women Writers Project

Author Pages

Jane Austen Information Page

Willa Cather Archive

Stephen Crane Society

F. Scott Fitzgerald Centennial Homepage

Gilbert & Sullivan Archive

C. S. Lewis Website

Literary Kicks (Kerouac, Ginsberg, and the Beat Generation)

Milton Homepage

William Morris Homepage

Rossetti Archive

Shakespeare Authorship Page

Mr. William Shakespeare & the Internet

Shakespeare Web

Virginia Woolf Links

Yeats Society Resources

Fun Stuff

Dante's Inferno Test - Which level of hell is right for you?

James Thurber's "The Macbeth Murder Mystery"

Macbeth Wars I: The Bloody Throne