Text collections and T Guide - Resources and Review

Database of magazine articles organised by subject area. Topics include business, education, family and home, finance and investment, health, science and technology, and sports and recreation. Email notification of new features is available.
Collection of English language literary works, including drama, fiction, non
fiction, poetry, and resources such as electronic journals and newsletter archives.
line archive of thousands of SGML-encoded electronic texts, some of which are publicly available. Divided into English, French, German, Latin, Japanese, Chinese, Russian, Greek, Hebrew, Spanish, Tibetan and Icelandic texts.
Collection of digital documents, including American literature, English literature, and Western philosophy texts, representing over 120 authors.
Collection of more than one hundred middle English texts online. Includes King Arthur and King Cornwall, The Wedding of Sir Gawain and Dame Ragnelle, The Ploughman's Tale, Lancelot of the Laik, and a collection of Robin Hood tales.
Free archive of magazine titles published from 1998 onwards, with links to Web pages where available. Searchable by keyword, magazine title, and subject area, the collection covers a range of fields including business, computer technology, health, news and society, and sports.
Texts and translations of a collection of literary works of Classical and Medieval civilisation. Provides a facility for downloading texts, and allows Boolean searching.
A searchable index of classic authors and full texts. Includes the plays and sonnets of Shakespeare, the complete Sherlock Holmes, a selection of Charles Dickens' books, works by the Bronte sisters, Tacitus, Melville, Gibbon, George Eliot, and many others. Searches can be conducted using keywords, words in concordance by letter, location within text and by frequency of occurrence.
Links to over 11000 online books. Titles can be searched or browsed by author, title or Dewey Decimal Classification.
Range of texts and translations of material relevant to Chaucer's works. Provides a chronology of Chaucer and his times, a glossorial database of Middle English, discussion of the language and linguistics of the era, annotated extracts from the Canterbury Tales including original illustrations, and general information on life in the Middle Ages, covering courtly love, pilgrimages, tournaments, and meals.
Collection of old English poetry, prose, runic and liturgical texts. Also includes a bibliography of reference works and a Modern English to Old English Vocabulary.
Annotated links to collections of literary guides and criticism, journals, bibliographies, OPACs, dictionaries, discussion forums and news groups, societies and associations, style guides, and full text collections.
Searchable archive of Greco
Roman, Chinese and Persian classical literature texts in English translation with commentaries. Includes Aesop's Fables, Ovid's Metamorphoses and Plato's Republic.
Searchable library of resources comprising a serials department which hosts electronic journal collections, document and manuscript rooms containing historical and official papers, and a reference desk with dictionaries, thesauri, and a document delivery service.
Annotated links to biographical, bibliographic, and critical information on major modern and contemporary English
language writers. Offers general collections of American, postcolonial, and female writings, together with a selection of journals, magazines, and mailing lists.
A free public service to provide electronic text to citizens of the Internet. Includes hundreds of online books and a government and civic text archive.
Full texts of recent but out
of-print university press monographs relating to the peoples and nations of the Iberian Peninsula, focusing on the period 500-1500 AD. Author and title catalogues are provided.
A 100 million word collection of samples of written and spoken language from a wide range of sources, designed to represent a wide cross
section of current British English, both spoken and written.
Selection of articles, links, and discussions designed for use by librarians. A searchable and browsable directory of material is arranged by DDC, with featured and new topics highlighted. Free membership is required to access some services.
Database of 18th, 19th and early 20th century Australian poems, short stories, novels, reference works, historical narratives, and memoirs, searchable by title, author, date, publisher, genre, and opening lines. Contains texts by writers such as Joseph Banks, Christopher Brennan, Adam Lindsay Gordon, Henry Kendall, and Andrew Barton Paterson.
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