American Transcendentalism Web. Virginia Commonwealth University's compendium of transcendentalist primary and secondary texts. The site ncludes hypertext versions of key writings.
Bibliomania. Free access to more than 2000 classic literary texts, notes, biographies, study guides and reference materials.
Library of Congress. Research library of the U.S. Congress and the oldest federal cultural institution in America.
Lit.org. An online community for readers and writers.
Medieval Bestiary. This site explains the attributes and allegorical interpretations applied to various real and mythical beasts in the Middle Ages, along with Biblical, classical or medieval sources for these interpretations.
New Pages. News, information and guides to independent bookstores, independent publishers, literary magazines, alternative periodicals, independent record labels, alternative newsweeklies and more.
OhioLINK. The Ohio Library and Information Network, a consortium of Ohio's colleges and university libraries and the State Library of Ohio. Search for books and other materials owned by member libraries. You may also search any member library’s catalog.
OWL @ Purdue. Purdue University's online writing lab. Among the best resources in the nation for grammar and writing mechanics.
Poets & Writers. A good source of information, support and guidance for beginning and advanced creative writers.
Reference.com. An online dictionary, encyclopedia, thesaurus and translator.
Romanticism & Victorianism on the Net. International refereed rlectronic journal devoted to British nineteenth century literature.
Voice of the Shuttle. A seminal website for research in the humanities.
WSU Libraries. Scholarly information center for Wright State University's main campus in Dayton and regional campus in Celina.