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Corbel Dictionary of Architectural Terms (Cameron Newham)
Electronic Theses and Dissertations in the Humanities: A Directory of Online References and Resources (Matthew G. Kirschenbaum, U. Kentucky)
Edward A. Fox, et al. (Virginia Tech U.) "National Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations: A Scalable and Sustainable Approach to Unlock University Resources" (1996) (D-Lib Magazine)
Matthew G. Kirschenbaum U. Maryland, College Park) "Electronic Publishing and Doctoral Dissertations in the Humanities" (1996) 
Katherine S. Mangan, "CD-ROM Dissertations: Universities Consider Whether New Format is Appropriate Way to Present Research" (1996) (Chronicle of Higher Education)
UMI Dissertation Abstracts International Database (gopher)
Ecila: Internet Search Engine for French Resources ("searches the keywords you specify in a database of documents, all of which are located in France . . . returns a list of URLs found and a short summary of the content of each page")
Glossary of Literary and Rhetorical Terms (from U. Victoria English Dept.'s Writer's Guide)
Glossary of Poetic Terms (includes links to examples) (Robert G. Shubinski)
A Glossary of Rhetorical Terms with Examples (U. Kentucky, Lexington)
Grove Dictionary of Art ("instant access to award winning scholarship in 41,000 articles on the art and culture of Asia, Africa, Europe, the Americas and the Pacific, with links to images and further information in museum and other art-related web sites"; require
James L. Harner (Texas A&M U.), Literary Research Guide (support page for the book published by the MLA; includes information about the book and revisions to the 3rd edition)
The Literary Dictionary ("words that first made an appearance in books, plays, poems, comic strips and mythology") (Holly Koslow)
The Literary Link for Writing and Submitting Essays (includes links to resources on close reading, critical reading, imagery, use of quotations, writing critical essays, style, etc.) (Janice Patten, San Jose State U.)
Roots of English: An Etymological Dictionary: (free downloadable software) (Eugene Cotter, Seton Hall U. / AbleMedia)

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