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ENG 25005 Literature in the United States (Powers): Websites

Good Websites

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Quality Web Sources - The American Literature Library has thousands of short stories and classic novels for you to enjoy. In addition to the great classics from American Literature

Paul P.Reuben's Perspectives in American Literature Pages. This major site includes extensive bibliographies of American authors as well as study questions about their major works.history; its SiteScene reviews are extensive and thorough.

Literary Resources on the Net. Jack Lynch maintains this excellent site at Rutgers; the entries are current, searchable, and annotated.

American Studies Web at Georgetown University. Sponsored by the American Studies Association, this site features web syllabus in American literature and American studies from 1994-1999. The Encyclopedia of American Studies, also at the site, is not accessible to non-ASA members.

Crossroads: An American Literature Hypertext Site at the University of Virginia. Recently redesigned, this well-established site contains information about and texts by Henry Adams, Charles Brockden Brown, Stephen Crane, Theodore Dreiser, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and Harriet Wilson, among others.

American Studies Links. Richard Horwitz, Professor of American Studies at the University of Iowa, has compiled this very useful cross-disciplinary list of recommended links in an easy-to-use tabbed format.

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