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Project Gutenberg and Bartleby - Enormous collections of literary texts and resources.

Voice of the Shuttle - A database for humanities research.

The Purdue Online Writing Lab - Offers links to frequently used style guides, information on research and citations, and more.

The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory & Criticism - Entries on key figures, movements, and schools, compiled by international specialists.

The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy - A huge and growing resource, offering articles written by experts or teams of experts in the field.

Literary Resources on the Net - A portal (broken down by period and subject) maintained by a professor at Rutgers.

Chaucer MetaPage - Includes links to thousands of Chaucer-related sites.

Victorian Web - Concentrates on (but is not limited to) British literature, culture and history of the age of Victoria

Modern American Poetry - An online journal and companion to the Anthology of Modern American Poetry (OUP).

The Labyrinth - Electronic resources in medieval studies (including Middle and Old English). - A portal and database maintained by the American Academy of Poets.

The Blake Archive

The Rossetti Archive

The Whitman Archive


The Public Theater - Has a rolling internship deadline. Fields include literary, press, development and more.

The Library of Congress - Offers internships, fellowships, volunteer opportunities and more.

The Nation Institute - Offers nine positions in New York in publishing, web and more.

Graduate Study

English Language and Literature - From Also offers portals covering comparative literature, creative writing and many other allied fields.


Career Development Center - Your top resource, right here at YU.

News and Organizations

The Modern Language Association

Tablet: A New Read on Jewish Life - A project of Nextbook Inc.

Books - From the New York Times.

Why Be an English Major? (courtesy of Wake Forest University English department online resources)