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Bibliophiles can now find their favorite works on the Web -- complete and downloadable. The following sites offer roughly the same selection. Most titles are in the public domain, which means that their copyright has expired. Copyright exists for the life of an author plus fifty years.

  • Bartleby.com
    In addition to novels like Hawthorne's "The Scarlet Letter" and Fitzgerald's "This Side of Paradise," you'll find reference titles like "Bartlett's Familiar Quotations," "The Elements of Style" and "The Fannie Farmer Cookbook."

  • The On-Line Books Page
    This index offers thousands of online books, links to directories and archives, and special literary exhibits.

  • Project Gutenberg
    Contains classic works from writers ranging from Henry Adams to Emile Zola.

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  • Perseus Project
    This a digital library of texts and documents contains collections for ancient Greece, Rome and the Renaissance.

  • Russian Links
    Browse selected digital collections of literary works from well-known Russian authors like Chekhov and Nabokov.




  • Young People's Zone
    Check out popular series like Robin Hood and Tom Sawyer or fairy tales like Cinderella and Rumpelstiltskin.

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