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  • Literary Resources - American (Lynch): Index of literary resources available on the web, focusing on those of interest to scholars. Searchable and organized by period and topic.
  • PAL: Perspectives in American Literature: Includes images and bibliographical and biographical information on American writers from Anne Bradstreet and Cotton Mather to Langston Hughes and Kurt Vonnegut. The guide has links and study questions.
  • A Student's History of American Literature: General overview of American literature, broken down into time periods.
  • All American: A university based reference site, analyzing aspects of American literature, history and culture. The site features a glossary of literary terms, an almanac and student written author biography pages.
  • American Authors: Pages on individual authors with picture (when available), links to works online, and other information; most pages also contain a selected bibliography of secondary criticism.
  • American Authors on the Web: General resources.
  • American Drama: Scholarly studies of dramatic literature from the earliest to the most recent playwrights, featuring critical examination of trends and discussions of diversity.
  • American Literature (Critical Essays): Critical essays of mainly 19th & 20th century American authors, many written for academic purposes.
  • American Literature Association: Organization devoted to the study of American authors and literature. Includes a directory of member-societies, and membership and event information.
  • American Literature Chronology - Index: American Literature Anthology Writers' Index.
  • American Literature on the Web: Collection of links to sites on the Internet especially dealing with American literature and its social, cultural contexts. Site maintained by Akihito Ishikawa.
  • American Poems: American poetry, from the classic to the latest contemporary poets.
  • American Studies Web: Literature and Hypertext: Created by Yale doctoral candidate David Phillips.
  • American Writers: Companion to C-SPAN TV series. Includes transcripts, links, and background information.
  • Brief Timeline of American Literature and Culture, Pre-1620 to 1920: Includes events in American history and literature, with links to pages on literary movements, bibliographies, and individual authors.
  • Electronic Archives: Contains essays, syllabi, bibliographies and other resources for teaching the multiple literatures of the United States.
  • KYLIT: Biographies and bibliographies of authors from Kentucky.
  • Key Sites on American Literature: U.S. government's outline of American Literature links.
  • Literary Movements in American Literature: Contains brief essays on movements and important concepts in American literature. Each page also contains links to a bibliography of secondary sources for further reading and links to outside sites.
  • MIT Libraries: Literature Resources: A collection of internet resources devoted primarily to English and American literatures.
  • Mississippi Writers and Musicians: This web site provides up-to-date information about Mississippi writers. Authors include William Faulkner, Willie Morris, Eudora Welty, Richard Wright, John Grisham, Thomas Harris, and many others.
  • Online Directory for American Literature: A directory for American Literature including colonial, 18th century, modern, and contemporary.
  • Project CROW: Course Resources on the Web, featuring a directory of American literature web resources, browsable by general resources (Basics), and sites featuring Syllabi/Assignments and Author Chronologies.
  • RunningRiver: Provides the official sites of several Ozark writers.
  • The American Literature Archive: Literature from the late 19th to early 20th century. Includes full text of several novels.
  • The Clifton Waller Barrett Library: Aims to include all fiction, poetry, drama, and essays published by an American in book form up to and including the year 1875, with a substantial collection from the remaining years.
  • Wikipedia: Poetry of the United States: A chronological survey of American poetry, from colonial to contemporary work.

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