The Etext Archives are home to electronic texts of almost every kind. From the sacred to the profane, from the political to the personal, this archive provides electronic versions of text without judging their content.
The books on this page, ranging from Ulysses to Little Red Riding Hood, have all been suppressed or censored by legal authorities at one time or another. Here you will find these "unfit" works in their entirety, with no censorship or editing.
With a discussion area, a searchable database of plays, an FAQ, a chronological listing of plays and lists to other Shakespeare resources on the internet, this site is sure to please the thespians among us.
If you are looking for a particular book that might be available online, this site is a good place to start. With a searchable database of over 5,000 books, you are almost sure to find what you're looking for.
The official web site of the Pulitzer Prize documents 80 years of intellectual and artistic excellence in journalism, letters, drama and music. This exceptional site contains an archive of all winners of the prize, a look at the history of it and resources to let you know if you are a candidate for a Pulitzer.
An extensive collection of literary and writing resources on the world wide web. With links to anything from discussion groups to horror & mystery sites, this page does a good job of covering all aspects of this broad topic.
The Internet Book Information Center hosts this archive of literature from around the world. You can also sign up to receive an email when this page is updated.
This page offers an extensive archive of poetry, including a "Daily Poem."