Electronic Library of the Bath House – Primary historical texts and relevant secondary sources pertaining to the bizarre Roman Emperor Elagabalus and related subjects. An offbeat, fascinating introduction to Imperial Roman history, starting on the fringe. Texts in HTML format.
Electronic Texts and Publishing – Links to electronic texts, electronic text archives, electronic publishers and booksellers, compiled by the Library of Congress.
The EServer – Includes a variety of literature-related materials, including etext archives of prose, poetry, fiction, non-fiction; links.
E-texts and Women’s History – From About.com, listing of electronic versions of books, poetry, speeches, and other writings that illuminate women’s history.
Fiction.us – Public domain novels, short stories and plays in HTML format.
The International Children’s Digital Library (ICDL) – A 5-year project by the Internet Archive and the University of Maryland’s Human-Computer Interaction Lab to use innovative software to develop a library specifically for children. Some books are public domain, others are used by author’s permission.
Knowledge Rush – Book lover community, vanity postings, directory of free ebooks, biographies, encyclopaedia.
Learn Library – Offers books, poems, speeches, plays and essays; includes reader discussion forums.
Library of Southern Literature – There is a collection of approximately 100 texts in HTML and XML. Documents the riches and diversity of Southern experience as presented in its most important literary works.
Literature Online – Links to third party sites, plus literary and reference databases including English and American poetry, drama, and prose, and The Annual Bibliography of English Language and Literature. Requires paid subscription.
Literature Project – A collection of classic books, poems, speeches, and plays. Site offers online chapter-indexed hypertext that can be easily read and searched and each piece includes downloadable e-text of the work.