Subject Index (Site Map)
History Sites
Books and Literature
Great Authors Literary Reference Sites
Literary Associations Poetry & Great Poets
Literary Periodicals
Great Authors
  1. Sholom Aleichem (Russian)
    1. Sholom Aleichem Network on the World Wide Web
  2. Hans Christian Andersen (Danish)
    1. Hans Christian Andersen Center for Research and Information
  3. Aristophanes (Greek)
    1. Aristophanes by Alice in Theaterland
  4. Jane Austen (British)
    1. Jane Austen Society of North America (JASNA)
    2. Republic of Pemberley
  5. Honore de Balzac (French)
    1. Balzac's World:Reader's Guide
  6. Edgar Rice Burroughs (American)
    1. Edgar Rice Burroughs, Inc.:
  7. Miguel de Cervantes (Spanish)
    1. The Cervantes Project
  8. Raymond Chandler (American)
    1. The Raymond Chandler Web Site (edited by Robert F. Moss)
  9. Geoffrey Chaucer (British)
    1. Chaucer MetaPage
    2. New Chaucer Society
  10. Anton Chekhov (Russian)
    1. Anton Chekhov: The Definitive Site
    2. Yvan Russell's Anton Chekhov Home Page (mirror site)
  11. G. K. Chesterson (British)
    1. G. K. American Chesterson Society
  12. Agatha Christie (British)
    1. Web Companion to Agatha Christie
  13. Charles Dickens (British)
    1. Dickens Project (UC, Santa Cruz)
    2. Mitsuharu Matsuoka's Dickens Page (Nagoya U., Nagoya, Japan)
  14. Fyodor Dostoyevsky (Russian)
    1. Dostoyevsky Research Station
  15. Arthur Conan Doyle (British)
  16. Alexander Dumas (French)
    1. The Alexander Dumas pere Site
  17. C. S. Forester (British)
    1. C. S. Forester Society
  18. Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (German)
    1. Goethe-Institut Inter Nationes
  19. Robert Graves (British)
    1. Robert Graves Trust, Society and Journal
  20. Zane Grey (American)
    1. Zane Grey's West Society
  21. Nathaniel Hawthorne (American)
    1. Eldritch Press's Nathaniel Hawthorne Homepage
  22. Robert Heinlein (American)
    1. Heinlein Society
    2. Robert A. Heinlein, Dean of Science Fiction Writers
  23. Ernest Hemingway (American)
    1. Hemingway Resource Center
    2. Hemingway Society
  24. Victor Hugo (French)
    1. Victor Hugo Central
  25. Henrik Ibsen (Norwegian)
    1. The Ibsen Centre
  1. Henry James (American)
    1. The Henry James Scholar's Guide to Web Sites
  2. James Joyce (Irish)
    1. International James Joyce Foundation
  3. Franz Kafka (Czech)
    1. Constructing Franz Kafka
    2. The Kafka Project
  4. Rudyard Kipling (British)
    1. Kipling Society
  5. Louis L'Amour (American)
    1. Louis L'Amour
  6. D. H. Lawrence (British)
    1. D.H. Lawrence Collections (U. of Nottingham)
  7. C. S. Lewis (British)
    1. C. S. Lewis Online
  8. Christopher Marlowe (British)
    1. Marlowe Society
  9. Herman Melville (American)
    1. The Life and Works of Herman Melville
  10. George Orwell (British)
    1. George Orwell
  11. Edgar Allan Poe (American)
    1. The Collected Works of the Master of the Macbe: Edgar Allan Poe
  12. Marcel Proust (French)
    1. Kolb-Proust Archive for Research (U. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
  13. Ayn Rand (American/Russian)
    1. Ayn Rand Institute: Her Books
  14. William Shakespeare (British)
    1. Shakespeare Online
    2. Shakespeare Resource Center
    3. The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (MIT)
  15. George Bernard Shaw (Irish/British)
    1. George Bernard Shaw Information & Research Service
  16. Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (British)
    1. Mary Shelley Chronology and Resource Site
  17. Sophocles (Greek)
    1. Michael J. Cummings' Sophocles Online
  18. John Steinbeck (American)
    1. National Steinbeck Center
  19. Jonathan Swift (British)
    1. Jonathan Swift
  20. J. R. R. Tolkien (British)
    1. One Ring: The Complete Guide to Tolkien Resources
    2. Tolkien Society
  21. Leo Tolstoy (Russian)
    2. Tolstoy Studies Journal (University of Toronto)
  22. Mark Twain (American)
    1. Mark Twain Papers and Project (UC, Berkeley)
  23. Jules Verne (French)
    1. Zvi Har'El's Jules Verne Collection
  24. H. G. Wells (British)
    1. H.G. Wells Society
    2. Literature Network: H. G. Wells
  25. Virginia Woolf (British)
    1. International Virginia Woolf Society
Literary Associations
  1. Academy of American Poets
  2. American Library Association (ALA)
  3. American Medical Writers Association (AMWA)
  4. Modern Language Association of America (MLA)
  5. Mystery Writers of America
  1. National Association of Science Writers (NASW)
  2. National Writers Union (NWU)
  3. PEN
  4. Poetry Society of America
  5. World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO)
  6. Writers Guild of America (WGA)
Literary Periodicals
  1. Atlantic Monthly
  2. Booklist Magazine
  3. Book Page Online
  4. Boston Book Review
  5. Cortland Review
  1. Mystery Reader
  2. New York Review of Books
  3. New York Times Sunday Book Review
  4. Washington Post Book World
Literary Reference Sites
  1.'s List of Literary Award Winners
  3. Book Web
  5. Children's Literature Web Guide
  7. Electronic Library
  8. Electronic Text Center
  9. Internet Public Library
  1. Library of Congress
  4. Literature Resources for the High School & College Student
  6. Online Books Page
  7. Perseus Digital Project
  8. Project Gutenberg
Sites on Poetry & Great Poets Please see Poetry and Great Poets
Websites for the authors mostly are scholarly organizations dedicated to the dissemination of their work.
Only deceased authors are included.
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