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General Resources in American Literature
Academy of American Poets
Homepage (Academy of American Poets)
Listening Booth (audio clips of poems read by their authors) (Academy of American Poets)
Discussion Forum (Academy of American Poets)
The Bond of Living Things: Poems of Ancestry (Academy of American Poets)
Daughters (Academy of American Poets)
Eros and the Lyric Imagination: Poems of Love (Academy of American Poets)
High Talk: Influences from the British Isles (Academy of American Poets)
Ice Age Cave Art: A Poetic Investigation (Academy of American Poets)
Life Studies: American Poetry from T. S. Eliot to Allen Ginsberg (Academy of American Poets)
The Modernist Revolution: Make It New! (Academy of American Poets)
National Poetry Almanac (Academy of American Poets)
National Poetry Map (Academy of American Poets)
Overhand the Hammers Swing: Poems of Work (Academy of American Poets)
Poetry Exhibits (Academy of American Poets)
Serious Play: Reading Poetry with Children (Academy of American Poets)
To Go Its Way in Tears: Poems of Grief (Academy of American Poets)
American Literature: Electronic Texts (Andrew L. Graham)
American Studies, Black History and Literature 
American Authors on the Web (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Manchester U.)
American Literature and Online Research (pedagogically-oriented guide with sections on preparing for research, online search tools, American literature resources, writing and documentation, reference and library resources, and sample exercises in American fiction) (Terry Flannery, Palo Al
American Literature on the Web
Homepage of "American Literature on the Web" (Akihito Ishikawa, Nagasaki C. of Foreign Languages, Japan)
American Literature 1820-1865 
Selected Resources:  
General Resources 
Since 1945 
American Memory (gateway to "primary source materials relating to the history and culture of the United States"; "offers more than 7 million digital items from more than 100 historical collections") (Library of Congress)
American Studies Hypertexts ("collection of more than 50 hypertexts relevant to the study of American Culture(s); ncludes works by Henry Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Mark Twain, Thorstein Veblen, D.H.Lawrence, Herman Melville and many others") (American Studies Program, U. Virgini
American Studies Web (Dave Phillips, Yale U.)
American Studies Electronic Crossroads
Homepage (international curriculum innovation project with three main components: "1. The American Studies Electronic Crossroads [ASEC], a comprehensive, integrated information platform on the WWW, containing pedagogical, scholarly, and institutional in
Selected Links:  
American Studies Syllabus Library 
American Studies Programs on the Web 
ASA Graduate Program Directory 
Randy Bass (Georgetown U.), "A Brief Guide to Interactive Multimedia and the Study of the United States: An Annotated Multimedia Bibliography") 
Crossroads Testsites & Dissemination Centers 
Dynamic Syllabi (American Studies Curricula) (online syllabi that use the Internet for more than transcription of traditional, static syllabi)
Essays on American Studies Pedagogy 
Reference & Research Resources
Abstracts of American Studies Dissertations, 1986-95 
Subject Maps to Fields of American Studies 
Technology & Learning Resources 
American Verse Project (searchable archive of American poetry, primarily 19th century) (U. Michigan Humanities Text Initiative)
An American Reader (American literary texts and accompanying apparatus put online by students at U. Texas, Austin)
Chadwyck-Healey: African-American Poetry, 1760-1900 (prospectus for CD-ROM resource)
Chadwyck-Healey: The American Poetry Full-Text Database (prospectus for CD-ROM resource)
Collaborative Bibliographies in American Literature and Culture (from the T-AMLIT newsgroup Notebooks) (Randy Bass, Georgetown U)
A Digitized Library of Southern Literature: Beginnings to 1920 (HTML and TEI/SGML versions of primary materials from the 19th-century American South) (Part of the
American Literature (teaching website on American authors and literary movements)(Donna M. Campbell, Gonzaga University)
DOUGLASS: Archives of American Public Address (full-text archive of historical American oratory and related documents; organized by speaker, title, and movement or controversy; searchable) (School of Speech, Northwestern U.)
FrontList Books: American Studies (catalogue of recent books in the field from online bookstore for the humanities and social sciences)
Native American Literature (see Minority Literatures page and individual authors)
Keele U. American Literature Page
MIMI: 18th & 19th-Century American Literature E-Texts ("American authors up to the end of the nineteenth-century, including Henry James") (Andrew L.Graham, Keele U.)
SALLY ANNE: 20th-Century American Literature (Andrew L.Graham, Keele U.)
Writing Black ("literature and history written by and on African Americans")
KYLT: A Site Devoted to Kentucky Writers (English Dept., Eastern Kentucky U.)
Literary Resources on the Net: American (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
Mississippi Writers and Musicians (Nancy N. Jacobs, Starkville High School, Miss.)
Multicultural U.S. Fiction Web: Concepts, Definitions, History, Reading Narrative, Websites (pedagogically-oriented introduction to the concept, history, documents, and fiction of multiculturalism; includes links and study guides) (Richard Pearce, Wheaton C.)
PAL: Perspectives in American Literature (Paul P. Reuben, California State U., Stanislaus)
Resources For American Literature (includes hypertext projects for American texts) (Daniel Anderson, U. Texas, Austin)
Paul P. Reuben (Calif. State U., Stanislaus), PAL: Perspectives in American Literature: A Research and Reference Guide (9th ed., 1996) (online resource and reference guide that may also be purchased in hardcopy)
SouthWatch ("selected resources, essays, and reviews of [U.S.] Southern literature") (Robert Sterling Gingher)
Wildernet: American Environment and American Culture (created by Thomas Thurston's class on "Wilderness and the American Imagination," Yale U.)
Colonial to 1800 Authors, Works, Projects
American Literature on the Web: 1620-1820 (Akihito Ishikawa, Nagasaki C. of Foreign Languages, Japan)
Charles Brockden Brown, Wieland (Electronic Text Center, U. Virginia)
Cultural Readings: Colonization & Print in the Americas (U. Penn. Library exhibition from the collections of the Jay I. Kislak Foundation and the Rosenbach Museum & Library; includes images, explanations, and essays)
J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur, Letters From An American Farmer (Eric J. Gislason & Jill Spearman, U. Virginia)
Jonathan Edwards
"Absent from the Body" (Institute of Practical Bible Education: The Electronic Public Library)
Friends of Edwards Newsletter (UIC)
"Religious Affections" (Christian Classics Ethereal Library)
Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin Page (American Revolution HTML Project)
Benjamin Franklin: A Documentary History (J.A. Leo Lemay, U. Delaware)
Benjamin Franklin: his autobiography 1706-1757 (1909 edition) (American Revolution HTML Project)
Collected Works (gopher)
"How I Became a Printer in Philadelphia" (American Revolution HTML Project)
A Modest Enquiry into the Nature and Necessity of Paper Currency (American Revolution HTML Project)
The World of Benjamin Franklin 
Jupiter Hammon, "An Address to the Negroes in the State of New York" (1787) (U Virginia)
MIMI: 18th & 19th-Century American Literature E-Texts ("American authors up to the end of the nineteenth-century, including Henry James") (Andrew L.Graham, Keele U.)
Susanna Rowson, Charlotte Temple (Project Gutenberg)
Phillis Wheatley
Phillis Wheatley Page (The Poetry Archives)
Poems on Various Subjects, Religious and Moral (1773) (Project Gutenberg)
19th-C. Authors, Works, Projects
General 19th-C. American Resources
19th Century American Women Writers Web (Legacy) (Note: this is the site previously owned by Tyler Steben)
African American Women Writers of the 19th Century (extensive collection of online texts) (Schomburg Center, New York Public Library)
American Literature on the Web: 1820-1865 
A Digitized Library of Southern Literature: Beginnings to 1920 (HTML and TEI/SGML versions of primary materials from the 19th-century American South) (Part of the
Documenting the American South: The Southern Experience in 19th-Century America (extensive archive with "primary source materials documenting the culture of the American South from the viewpoint of Southerners;" includes texts and images of "diaries, autobiographies, travel accounts, titles on slavery and regio
MIMI: 18th & 19th-Century American Literature E-Texts ("American authors up to the end of the nineteenth-century, including Henry James") (Andrew L.Graham, Keele U.)
Henry Adams
An Education on The Education of Henry Adams (annotated web guide on The Education of Henry Adams;" links to information on the many obscure and/or important allusions made by Adams") (Derek Stanovsky, Appalachian State U.)
The Education of Henry Adams (hypertext version) (American Studies Program, U. Virginia)
Louisa May Alcott
Elizabeth Barnes (William and Mary C.), "The Whipping Boy of Love: Atonement and Aggression in Alcott's Fiction" (1997) (Journal X)
Behind a Mask: or, A Woman's Power (U. Virginia)
Edward Bellamy
Looking Backward (ed. Geoffrey Sauer; with introduction) (EServer)
Ambrose Bierce
Ambrose Bierce Site (Don Swaim)
The Devil's Dictionary 
The Devil's Dictionary (searchable interface) (malacandra)
" An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" (annotated) (U. New Brunswick)
William Cullen Bryant
Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
William Cullen Bryant (Richard Darsie, U. California, Davis)
Marthy Cannary Burk (aka "Calamity Jane"), Life and Adventures of Calamity Jane (Project Gutenberg)
Charles Brockden Brown (see under Colonial to 1800 above) 
Charles W. Chesnutt
Baxter's Procrustes (Geoffrey Sauer, EServer)
Confessions of Nat Turner (American Revolution HTML Project)
Stephen Crane
General Resources on Stephen Crane
DMS Stephen Crane Page [Show]
Stephen Crane: Man, Myth, & Legend (Rosanna S. Ng, Robert C. Chao, Nathan Stosberg, U. Texas, Austin)
Stephen Crane Resources (US Air Force Academy)
"The Blue Hotel" (Virginia Tech)
The Blue Hotel Site (An American Reader, U. Texas, Austin)
The Red Badge of Courage (hypertext edition accomapied by preface on
Red Badge of Courage (Carnegie Mellon U.)
Red Badge of Courage 100th Anniversary Conference (US Air Force Academy, Nov 30-Dec 2, 1995)
Lucretia Maria Davidson, Poetical Remains of the Late Lucretia Maria Davidson (U. Michigan)
Emily Dickinson
BYU EMWEB Listserv Archive (on Emily Dickinson's language)
Emily Dickinson Page (U. Minnesota English Dept.)
The Homestead, Evergreens, and More: Virtual Dickinson Landscapes (Jarom McDonald)
Emily Dickinson Electronic Archives (Gen. Editors: Martha Nell Smith, Ellen Louise Hart, Marta Werner / IATH, U. Virginia)
Emily Dickinson Page 
Emily Dickinson (Richard Darsie, U. California, Davis)
Emily Dickinson Page (The Poetry Archives)
Emily Dickinson Journal 
Poems. 1896 (Bartleby Library)
Selected Poetry (inforM)
Frederick Douglass
Narrative of the Life of an American Slave (UPenn gopher)
Edward Bellamy Page
Homepage (Andrew F. Wood)
Looking Backward (ed. Geoffrey Sauer)
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Ralph Waldo Emerson Page (Jone Johnson)
Charlotte Perkins Gilman,
"Why I Wrote 'The Yellow Wallpaper'" (1913) 
"The Yellow Wallpaper" Site (students in Daniel Anderson's course, U. Texas, Austin)
"The Yellow Wall-Paper" 
Frederick Goddard Tuckerman, Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper, Poems (Project Gutenberg)
Nathaniel Hawthorne
General Resources
Nathaniel Hawthorne (Stephane Theroux, Classic Reader)
Nathaniel Hawthorne Society 
Life and Works of Herman Melville (jmadden@melville.org)
Online Melville Texts (jmadden@melville.org)
The Scarlet Letter (Bartleby.com)
Twice-Told Tales [Show]
Online Literary Criticism Collection: Nathaniel Hawthorne (Internet Public Library)
Washington Irving
"The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" ("interactive version . . . allows readers to comment on passages of the text and to read the comments of others") (Daniel Anderson, U. Texas, Austin)
"Rip Van Winkle" (An American Reader, U. Texas, Austin)
"Rip Van Winkle" Site (An American Reader, U. Texas, Austin)
Henry James
General Resources
Calendar of the Letters of Henry James & Biographical Register of Henry James's Correspondents (Steven H. Jobe & Susan Elizabeth Gunter / U. Nebraska Press))
The Henry James Scholar's Guide to Web Sites (Richard D. Hathaway, State U. of New York, New Paltz)
Henry James Review (full-text accessible to subscribers of Johns Hopkins U. Press's Project Muse)
The Ambassadors (NY, 1909) (Richard Hathaway, State U. of New York, New Paltz)
The Beast in the Jungle (U. Colorado)
The Bostonians (1886 ed.) (Richard Hathaway)
Daisy Miller (NY, 1907) (Eric Eldred)
The Europeans (Richard Hathaway, State U. of New York, New Paltz)
The Golden Bowl (NY, 1909) (Richard Hathaway, State U. of New York, New Paltz)
"Hawthorne" (Eric Eldred)
In the Cage (NY, 1908) (Richard Hathaway, State U. of New York, New Paltz)
The Portrait of a Lady (NY, 1908) (Richard Hathaway, State U. of New York, New Paltz)
Roderick Hudson (TeacherSoft)
Washington Square (Richard Hathaway, State U. of New York, New Paltz)
What Maisie Knew (NY, 1908) (Richard Hathaway, State U. of New York, New Paltz)
Sarah Orne Jewett
Sarah Orne Jewett, "The White Heron" Site (An American Reader, U. Texas, Austin)
Sarah Orne Jewett, "The White Heron" Page (U. Texas, Austin)
John Greenleaf Whittier (Richard Darsie, U. California, Davis)
Emma Lazarus, Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Page (Floyd Vest)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (Richard Darsie, U. California, Davis)
Longfellow Page (The Poetry Archives)
Portrait of Longfellow (U. Texas Library)
Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Lydia Maria Child Page (19th Century American Women Writers Web)
Herman Melville
General Resources
Ishmail (info on the Herman Melville discussion list)
The Life and Works of Herman Melville (Multiverse)
Related Sites
Whales in Literature (Andrew L. Graham)
Bartleby, the Scrivener Site (An American Reader, U. Texas, Austin)
"Bartleby, the Scrivener" (1853) (Bartleby Library)
The Confidence Man (U. Virginia)
Moby Dick (Princeton U.)
Julia A. Moore, The Sweet Singer of Michigan: Poems by Mrs. Julia A. Moore (ed. Walter Blair, 1928) (Seamus Cooney, Western Michigan U.)
Nineteenth-Century American Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Edgar Allan Poe
General Resources
Edgar Allan Poe Page (The Poetry Archives)
Edgar Allan Poe's Literary Neighborhood: Graham's Magazine and Godey's Lady's Book in the 1840's (Wendy Leigh Branson)
Edgar Allan Poe National Historic Site 
Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore 
Gothic Net Edgar Allan Poe Page 
The House of Usher Page: Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849) (deep page of Poe resources) (Peter Forrest)
The Poe Decoder ("project started by a small group of Poe enthusiasts to make criticism and information on Poe and his work available") (Christoffer Nilsson)
The Poe Perplex (students at U.S. Naval Academy)
Qrisse's Edgar Allan Poe Pages (Christoffer Nilsson)
The Complete Works of Edgar Allan Poe (EServer)
Fiction [Show]
Poetry [Show]
Selected Works (Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore)
Simon Pokagon
"The Future of the Red Man" (1897) (Electronic Text Center, U. Virginia)
"An Indian on the Problems of His Race" (1895) (Electronic Text Center, U. Virginia)
"Indian Superstitions and Legends" (1898) (Electronic Text Center, U. Virginia)
George Santayana, Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Sarah Morgan Bryan Piatt Page ("a newly recovered 19th-century American poet from Kentucky" whose poems "are strikingly modern in form") (Pamela Kincheloe)
Philip Henry Savage, Poems (U. Michigan Humanities Text Initiative)
Sidney Lanier Page (The Poetry Archives)
Elinore Pruitt Stewart, Letters of a Woman Homesteader (1914) (TEI-conformant) (Judy Boss)
Clara Ann Thompson, Songs from the Wayside (1900) (New York Public Library)
Henry David Thoreau
CyberSaunter - Henry David Thoreau
Homepage (Sean Mahoney and Joe Smith)
Background behind Walden 
Early Years 
The Formal Education of Henry David Thoreau 
Friends and Love Interests 
Henry David Thoreau's Family 
Images Related to Thoreau 
Thoreau's Employment & Jobs 
The Thoreau Edition (home page for the project now producing the 30-volume scholarly edition of The Writings of Henry D. Thoreau) (U. California, Santa Barbara / Georgia State U. / Princeton Univ. Press)
The Thoreau Reader
Homepage (Richard Lenat)
Selected Resources:  
Cape Code 
"Civil Disobedience" (annotated)
The Maine Woods 
"Walking" (annotated)
Sojouner Truth
Narrative of Sojourner Truth (1850) (Celebration of Women Writers)
Sojourner Truth Page (19th Century American Women Writers Web)
Mark Twain
Mark Twain Forum Book Reviews (Twain Web)
Peter Salwen [Show]
General Resources & Projects
Ever The Twain Shall Meet: Mark Twain on the Web 
Mark Twain Quotations, Newspaper Collections, and Related Resources (Barbara Schmidt)
Mark Twain Page (deep, well-organized page) (Jim Zwick, Syracuse U.)
Mark Twain Page (Literature.org)
Mark Twain on the Philippines (Jim Zwick, Syracuse U.)
Peter Salwen's Mark Twain Page 
TwainWeb (Web page of the Mark Twain Forum list)
ZIA Mark Twain American Literature Resources 
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (joseph@telerama.lm.com)
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Literature.org)
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (Literature.org)
Fenimore Cooper's Literary Offenses (joseph@telerama.lm.com)
The Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson (joseph@telerama.lm.com)
What is Man and Other Essays (joseph@telerama.lm.com)
Jones Very, Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Walt Whitman
Leaves of Grass (1900) (Bartleby Library)
"A Noiseless Patient Spider" (Bartleby.com)
Recovered Notebooks from the Thomas Biggs Harned Collection of Walt Whitman Notebooks (lost in 1942; recovered in Feb. 1995) (Library of Congress)
Walt Whitman Page (U. Minnesota English Dept.)
Walt Whitman Hypertext Archive ("hypermedia environment for studying the works of the nineteenth-century American poet Walt Whitman. The archive is a structured database holding digitized images of Whitman's works in their original documentary forms. Whitman's poetical manus
Whitman Page (The Poetry Archives)
Modern American Authors, Works, Projects
General Modern American Resources
American Literature on the Web: 1914-1945 (Akihito Ishikawa, Nagasaki C. of Foreign Languages, Japan)
American Women Writers 1890 to 1939 -- Modernism and Mythology (general info and links relating to Modernist women writers, plus info on the impact of mythology and the occult) (Kristin Mapel-Bloomberg)
KYLT: A Site Devoted to Kentucky Writers (English Dept., Eastern Kentucky U.)
Mississippi Writers and Musicians (Nancy N. Jacobs, Starkville High School, Miss.)
Modern American Poetry (MAPS) (multimedia companion to the Oxford Anthology of Modern American Poetry with 160+ poet sites; includes excerpted critical commentary on poems) (general editor, Cary Nelson, U. Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
Modern American Poetry Home ("online journal and multimedia companion to Anthology of Modern American Poetry"; includes 161 poet companion sites and syllabi) (Cary Nelson and Matthew Hurt, U. Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
SALLY ANNE: 20th-Century American Literature (Andrew L.Graham, Keele U.)
SouthWatch ("selected resources, essays, and reviews of [U.S.] Southern literature") (Robert Sterling Gingher)
Alan Seeger (Harry Rusche, Emory U.)
Anti-Imperialist Writings by Edgar Lee Masters (Jim Zwick, Syracuse U.)
Beats (See Also Individual Authors On This Page And On
Beat Generation (Bohemian Ink)
The Beats Page ("Literary Kicks" Page)
Homepage (Levi Asher)
Beat Connections in Rock Music 
The Beats (Film List) 
Origin of the Word "Beat" 
Recent Beat News 
Mike Janssen, "The Influence of Jazz on the Beat Generation" (1994) 
Edgar Rice Burroughs, Tarzan of the Apes (Robert Stockton)
William S. Burroughs
William S. Burroughs (Literary Kicks)
The William S. Burroughs Files (Malcolm Humes)
William S. Burroughs, The Electronic Revolution (Malcolm Humes)
Burroughs Interview (with Kathy Acker) 36-minute streaming video interview  (The Roland Collection of Films and Videos on Art: A great resource with over 300 hours of streaming video available for free viewing)
Willa Cather Page
Homepage (Scott Newstrom, Harvard U.)
Works about Willa Cather 
Hart Crane
Hart Crane Page (Michael Eiichi Hishikawa)
Hart Crane Page (Brad Lucas, U. Nevada, Reno)
E. E. Cummings
e. e. cummings (Poets.org)
An Unofficial E. E. Cummings Starting Point (Douglas M. Wipf)
"the boys i mean are not refined" (Leon Malinofsky)
"gee i like to think of dead" (Leon Malinofsky)
"in a middle of a room" (Leon Malinofsky)
Early Twentieth-Century American Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Charles A. Eastman (Ohiyesa)
Indian Boyhood (1991) (Electronic Text Center, U. Virginia)
Old Indian Days (1907; rept. 1991) (Electronic Text Center, U. Virginia)
The Soul of the Indian (1911) (Electronic Text Center, U. Virginia)
Ralph Ellison
Ralph Ellison Webliography (Claude Potts, UCLA)
Teacher's Guide to Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man (includes questions, exercises, and assignments) (Brooke Allen / Vintage Books)
Epistrophy: The Jazz Literature Archive (Michael Borshuk)
William Faulkner
William Faulkner Page
Homepage (John B. Padgett, U. Mississippi)
ENTER Yoknapatawpha County 
Essays & Speeches 
Faulkner Resources 
A Faulkner Chronology 
Faulkner's Screenplays 
Film Adaptations of Faulkner's Fiction 
The Library: Faulkner's Writings 
The Moving Picture House: Faulkner & Motion Pictures 
Oxford Map (nice clickable image map with links to descriptions of locations)
Short Stories 
Sole Owner & Proprietor: Faulker's Life 
The Town: William Faulkner in Oxford, Mississippi 
The William Faulkner Society 
F. Scott Fitzgerald
F. Scott Fitzgerald Centenary Page
Homepage ("illustrations, a biography and timeline, and complete texts of some of his short stories") (U. South Carolina)
A Brief Life of Fitzgerald 
Fitzgerald Writings 
Fitzgerald Bibliography 
Fitzgerald Chronology 
Frank Baum, The Marvelous Land of Oz 
From Chickamauga to Chipilly Ridge: The Long March of John Allan Wyeth ("World War I poetry of an American Civil War vet") (Mike Iavarone)
Robert Frost
"After Apple-Picking" (includes introductory headnote from the Harper-Collins World Civilizations Reader)
A Boy's Will (1915) (Bartleby Library)
Miscellaneous Poems (1920) (Bartleby Library)
Mountain Interval (1920) (Bartleby Library)
North of Boston (1915)  (Bartleby Library)
"The Road Not Taken" (includes introductory headnote from the Harper-Collins World Civilizations Reader)
Robert Frost Page (Michael Eiichi Hishikawa)
Robert Frost Page (The Poetry Archives)
Allen Ginsberg
General Resources
Allen Ginsberg (brief audio file) (Poetry Magazine)
Levi Asher on Ginsberg 
Shadow Changes into Bone ("clearinghouse for all things Ginsberg") (Mongo BearWolf)
"America" (Al Filreis, U. Penn)
"An Asphodel" (PoemHunter.com)
"Howl" (Ingrid Kerkhoff)
"In Back of the Real" (www.jough.com)
"In the Baggage Room at Greyhound" (www.jough.com)
Scrap Leaves ("Allen's 1968 manuscript in hypertext") (Steve Silberman and Alex Vigdor)
"Song" (The Beat Page)
"Sphincter" (Al Filreis, U. Penn)
"Sunflower Sutra" (www.jough.com)
"Transcription of Organ Music" (www.jough.com)
"Wild Orphan" (www.jough.com)
Lorraine Hansberry
Concordance to A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry (Iowa State U.)
H. D. (Hilda Doolittle)
H. D. Page 
H.D. (Hilda Doolittle) Page (imagists.org)
Imagist Women: Their Lives and Their Poetry ("devoted to the works of Hilda Doolittle and Marianne Moore"; Jennifer Benavidez)
Sea Garden (HTML and SGML versions) (U. Michigan Humanities Text Initiative)
"Sea Poppies" (includes introductory headnote from the Harper-Collins World Civilizations Reader)
Lillian Hellman
Concordance to The Children's Hour (Iowa State U.)
Concordance to The Little Foxes (Iowa State U.)
Ernest Hemingway
Books Related to Hemingway Purchaseable Through Amazon.com Online Books 
The Ernest Hemingway Collection (materials from the Kennedy Library's repository for Ernest Hemingway's papers; includes a biographical essay illustrated by material from the collection and an in-progress catalog of Hemingway materials) ( John Fitzgerald Kennedy Library)
Ernest M. Hemingway Home Page (David V. Gagne, U. Florida)
Hemingway's Paris: A Hypertext Resource ("resource based on A Moveable Feast and Hemingway's years in Paris; timeline and short biography of Hemingway, images and information on writers, images and information on painters including samples of art.") (Steven M. Lane, Malaspina University-College, Canada)
The Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park (birthplace of Hemingway)
Timeless Hemingway ("everything Hemingway, quotes, pictures, stories, letters, trivia") (Josh Silverstein)
Langston Hughes
General Resources
Brief Biography of Langston Hughes (Nick Evans and David Liss)
It's a Hughes Thang!!!! (Michele Maynard, U. Texas, Austin)
Langston Hughes Page (Michele Maynard)
Langston Hughes Page (The Poetry Archives)
Langston Hughes Community Library & Cultural Center (Queens, NY) 
Langston Hughes and Jazz (Epistrophy: Jazz in 20th Century Literature)
Photograph of Hughes by Carl Van Vechten (1939) (Smithsonian)
"Jazzonia" (Nick Evans and David Liss)
"Justice" and "Still Here" (David Aaron Kurtenbach)
Zora Neale Hurston
Zora Neale Hurston: Background (Lauren Schiff, U. Virginia)
The Jean Toomer Pages (Scott Williams)
Robinson Jeffers
Jason Castellucci, "Robinson Jeffers: The Poet as Prophet" 
John Burroughs: American Nature Writer, 1837-1921 (Walt Carroll)
Jack Kerouac
Jack Kerouac 
On the Road (excerpt) (Al Filreis, U. Penn)
James Wechsler, "The Age of Unthink" (from Reflections of an Angry Middle-Aged Editor) (recounts Wechsler's confrontation with Kerouac in 1958) (Al Filreis, U. Penn)
Jack London
Jack London Page (biography and links to works) (Literature Network)
Adventure (Literature Network)
Call of the Wild (Literature Network)
Martin Eden (Literature Network)
The Sea Wolf (Literature Network)
"War of the Classes" (EServer)
White Fang (Literature Network)
Robert Lowell
Robert Lowell Papers (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, U. Texas Austin)
Robert Lowell Page (Michael Eiichi Hishikawa)
Michael McClure 
Edna St. Vincent Millay
Online Poetry (InforM, U. Marlyland))
Renascence and Other Poems (1917) (Bartleby Library)
Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
"What Lips Have Kissed" (Seamus Cooney)
Arthur Miller
Concordance to Death of a Salesman (Iowa State U.)
The Crucible Project (Shawsheen Technical High School, Billerica, Mass.)
Henry Miller
The Henry Miller Library (Big Sur, Calif.) 
Monterey County Historical Society: Henry Miller (brief bio, bibliography) (Wendy Moss)
Harriet Monroe
"First Books of Verse" (Chris Powell)
Harriet Monroe and the "Imagists" (Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale U.)
Passing Show : Five Modern Plays in Verse (Humanities Text Initiative American Verse Collection, U. Michigan)
Marianne Moore
Imagist Women: Their Lives and Their Poetry ("devoted to the works of Hilda Doolittle and Marianne Moore"; Jennifer Benavidez)
Marianne Moore Page 
Marianne Moore Page (Michael Eiichi Hishikawa)
Marianne Moore Page ("concentrated site designed for people new to Marianne Moore who are interested in finding out about her poetry through good criticism") (Tiffany Tyler, Sweet Briar C., Virginia)
Vladimir Nabokov
Nabokov & Cultural Synthesis Page (perennial web site for the course of this title at Wesleyan U.)
Nabokv-L, The Electronic Nabokov Discussion Forum 
Zembla: Vladimir Nabokov Page
Homepage (Penn State Libraries)
About Nabokov Sights (photographs) (Gennady Barabtarlo / Zembla)
An Index to Strong Opinions (John DeMoss / Zembla)
An Index to The Nabokov-Wilson Letters (Dieter E. Zimmer / Zembla)
Brian Boyd, ""Even Homais Nods": Nabokov's Fallibility, or, How to Revise Lolita" (1995) (Nabokov Studies / Zembla)
Homes and Haunts ("list of Nabokov's addresses, with some photographs") (Dieter E. Zimmer / Zembla)
The Nabokovian (index for back issues) (Gennady Barabtarlo / Zembla)
Nabokronology (chronological guide to Nabokov's life and works)
Suellen Stringer-Hye (Vanderbilt U.), "An Interview with Stephen Schiff (screenwriter of the new Lolita film" (Zembla)
Leona Toker, "Liberal Ironists and the "Gaudily Painted Savage": On Richard Rorty's Reading of Vladimir Nabokov" (1994) (Nabokov Studies / Zembla)
Vladimir Nabokov, A Bibliography of Criticism (Dieter E. Zimmer, with Jeff Edmunds)
Neal Cassady 
Anaïs Nin
Anaïs Nin (short bio, bibliography, some links) (Anja Beckmann)
Thinking of Anaïs Nin (Moira Collins and Valerie Harms)
Flannery O'Connor
Flannery O'Connor Criticism (bibliography) (Ina Dillard Russell Library, Georgia College and State U.)
The Flannery O'Connor Collection (Ina Dillard Russell Library, Georgia College and State U.)
O' Henry, "Gift of the Magi" 
Dorothy Parker
Dorothy Parker's New York (Kevin Fitzpatrick)
Salon.com/MP3Lit:: Dorothy Parker (spoken word recordings)
Pearl S. Buck Homepage (Peter Conn, U. Penn)
Ezra Pound
Ezra Pound Page (Michael Eiichi Hishikawa)
Ezra Pound (Electronic Poetry Center, SUNY Buffalo)
Ezra Pound, "The River - Merchant's Wife: A Letter" (Ian Lancashire, U. Toronto)
Pulp Fiction Collection (American popular fiction magazines, 1920's-1950's) (Library of Congress)
"--the rest is silence": Lost Poets of the Great War
Homepage of "--the rest is silence": Lost Poets of the Great War (Harry Rusche, Emory U.)
Chronology of WW I 
The Poets 
Edwin Arlington Robinson
"Richard Cory" (Jean-Marc Orliaguet)
Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Carl Sandburg
Carl Sandburg Web (Ryan Roberts)
Chicago Poems (Bartleby.com)
Sara Teasdale Page (The Poetry Archives)
John Steinbeck
John Steinbeck Page (Contains biographical, bibliographical, critical, and link information in addition to lesser known primary texts.) (William Scott Simkins,: U. Southern Alabama)
John Steinbeck Bibliography Pages (Contains lists of Steibecks works plus criticism and biographies, together with Steinbeck links) (M Henry)
Steinbeck Research Center (San Jose State U.)
Gertrude Stein
General Resources
Brief Bio (Al Filreis, U. Penn)
Epitaph Submissions for Gertrude Stein ("An international epitaph is to be created in honour of Gertrude Stein . . . The subject prescribed . . . is the last [No. LXXXIII] of the Stanzas in meditation ["Why am I if I am"]. We are looking for
Gertrude Stein Resources (Michael Powers)
Gertrude Stein Online (Sarah Kornfeld and Stafford)
Gertrude Stein Page [Show]
Time-Sense: An Electronic Quarterly on the Art of Gertrude Stein (Sonja Streuber)
Johanna Blakely, "Not Possibly Autobiography: Improper Authorship and The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas" (1997) (Thresholds)
"Reflections on the Atom Bomb" (Al Filreis, U. Penn)
Tender Buttons (Bartleby Library)
Wallace Stevens
"The Emperor of Ice Cream" (Leon Malinofsky)
"Of Mere Being" (Leon Malinofsky)
"The Place of the Solitaires" (Leon Malinofsky)
"Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird" (Mary Anne Mohanraj)
Wallace Stevens Page (Michael Eiichi Hishikawa)
Sylvia Plath
The Complete List of Sylvia Plath Links ("92 working links") (Emily Pollard)
Sylvia Plath Page (Anja Beckmann)
The Sylvia Plath Forum (moderated by Elaine Connell)
Thomas Wolfe Web Page (S. Connelly)
Walker Percy
Walker Percy Web Site (deep, well-organized page of resources) (Henry P. Mills)
Robert Penn Warren
American Academy of Poets: Robert Penn Warren 
Criticism: Robert S. Koppelman, Robert Penn Warren's Modernist Spirituality (publisher's description)
Modern American Poetry: Robert Penn Warren (Edward Brunner, U. Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
Robert Penn Warren (brief bio and bibliiography) (George Brosi / KYLIT)
Robert Penn Warren Page (Bob Frey)
Robert Penn Warren (Western Kentucky U.)
Warren on Warren (brief excerpts of Warren's views about writing)  
Edith Wharton
The Age of Innocence (Project Gutenberg)
Jason Castellucci , "The Confinement of Marriage in the Short Fiction of Doris Lessing and Edith Warton" 
Edith Wharton Page (Dee Shidler)
The House of Mirth (Project Gutenberg)
A List of Online texts (links to many texts, mostly from U. Virginia collection) (Hanover C.)
Madame de Treymes (U. Virginia Library)
William Carlos Williams
William Carlos Williams Page (Michael Eiichi Hishikawa)
"The Red Wheelbarrow" (poets.org)
Criticism: Daniel Morris, The Writings of William Carlos Williams: Publicity for the Self (publisher's description)
Richard Wright
Richard Wright Page (Richard Hancuff, George Washington U.)
Richard Wright - Black Boy (info on TV production; includes background material) (Mississippi Educational Television and the Independent Television Service)
Contemporary Amerian Authors, Works, Projects
General Contemporary American Resources
American Literature on the Web: Since 1945 (Akihito Ishikawa, Nagasaki C. of Foreign Languages, Japan)
Jewish American Literature Research Homepage (bibliographies of primary and secondary works on major contemporary authors and filmmakers) (Derek Royal, Purdue U.)
KYLT: A Site Devoted to Kentucky Writers (English Dept., Eastern Kentucky U.)
Multicultural U.S. Fiction Web: U.S. Fiction Since 1950 (pedagogically-oriented introduction to the concept, history, documents, and fiction of American multiculturalism; includes links and study guides) (Richard Pearce, Wheaton C.)
SouthWatch ("selected resources, essays, and reviews of [U.S.] Southern literature") (Robert Sterling Gingher)
Edward Abbey
Edward Abbey (Abbey's Web) 
Kathy Acker
General Resources
Currently Available Books by Kathy Acker (Booksmith)
Kathy Acker Page (Trevor Dodge)
Kathy Acker Page 
Kathy Acker Page (Bohemian Ink)
Kathy Acker Page (Henry W. Targowski)
Daniel Punday (Purdue Un. Calumet), "Theories of Materiality and Location: Moving Through Kathy Acker's Empire of the Senseless" (1998) (Genders)
Eric Weitzel (U. California, Santa Barbara), "Kathy Acker's Great Expectations: Plagiarism, the Sick, and the Dead " (1997) (Thresholds)
Literary Witches Interview: "Consorting with Hecate" 
Trevor Dodge, "I Lost My Soul in Fan Francisco: An Interview/Journal Entry Starring Kathy Acker, Portland, and Pussy" (1996) 
"Kathy Acker in Conversation with Angela McRobbie" (recording that must be ordered; "Post-structuralist and postmodern writing - influence of William Burroughs - the cut up method - human body as source of inspiration and focus of anxiety - 70s American punk culture")
R.U. Sirius, "Kathy Acker: Where Does She Get Off?" (interview) (io magazine)
Rosie X, "Pussy and the Art of Motor Cycle Maintenance" (interview) (geekgirl)
Writings & Recordings
Algeria (Trevor Dodge)
Blood and Guts in High School (excerpt) (Trevor Dodge)
Empire of the Senseless (excerpts) (Trevor Dodge)
"The Gift of Disease" (1996) ("I am going to tell this story as I know it. Even now, it is strange to me. I have no idea why I am telling it. I have never been sentimental. Perhaps just to say that it happened. In April of this year, 1996, I was diagnosed with breast cance
"The Language of the Body" (CTheory)
Mekons (sound-file excerpt from Acker's record) (Trevor Dodge)
Politics (excerpt) (Trevor Dodge)
Pussy, King of the Pirates (excerpts and reviews) (Trevor Dodge)
A Reading List in Support of the French Novel Form, le recit (Trevor Dodge)
Speech for the Artist in Society Conference, Chicago, Oct.1994 (Trevor Dodge)
Adrienne Rich (audio files plus brief info) (Poets in Person)
Sherman Alexie, "At Navajo Monument Valley Tribal School" (poem) (Karen Strom)
Allen Ginsberg (on Modern Literature page) 
Maya Angelou
Maya Angelou Page (Scott Williams)
Maya Angelou (Michigan State U. Celebrity Lecture Series)
Maya Angelou Explains "signifying" (audio file)
Anita Endrezze Page (Karen Strom, U. Mass.)
Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles Page 
Anniina's Amy Tan Page (Anniina Jokinen)
A. R. Ammons (audio files plus brief info) (Poets in Person)
John Ashbery
"For John Clare" (Leslie Chow)
John Ashbery (Electronic Poetry Center, SUNY Buffalo)
John Ashbery (audio files plus brief info) (Poets in Person)
Amiri Baraka (Leroi Jones)
Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones) Page (Michael Borshuk)
Beats (See Also Individual Authors On This Page And On
Beat Generation (Bohemian Ink)
The Beats Page ("Literary Kicks" Page)
Homepage (Levi Asher)
Beat Bibliography (Sherri)
Beat Connections in Rock Music 
The Beats (Film List) 
Origin of the Word "Beat" 
Recent Beat News 
Mike Janssen, "The Influence of Jazz on the Beat Generation" (1994) 
Dodie Bellamy
Hysteria Conversion (Dodie Bellamy Page) (Earl Jackson, Jr., U. California, Santa Cruz)
Charles Bernstein (State U. Of New York, Buffalo)
Charles Bernstein (Electronic Poetry Center, SUNY Buffalo)
"I Don't Take Voice Mail" 
"Pound & Man at Yale" (e-mail messages to the POETICS list)
"Provisional Institutions: Alternative Presses and Poetic Innovation" (1995) (essay)
Review of Johanna Drucker, The Visible Word: Experimental Typography and Modern Art, 1909-1923 (1994) (Project Muse, Johns Hopkins U. Press)
"The Second War and Postmodern Memory" (1991) (poem/prose) (Postmodern Culture)
"Warning Poetry Area: Publics Under Construction" (1996) (essay)
Elizabeth Bishop
Elizabeth Bishop Homepage (Lou Duggan)
Elizabeth Bishop Page (Vassar C. Libraries)
The Elizabeth Bishop Site
Homepage (Daniel Anderson, U. Texas, Austin)
Library Collections of Elizabeth Bishop's Papers (info on major holdings in the U.S.) (Vassar C. Libraries)
Register of Elizabeth Bishop Papers at Vassar C. Library (Vassar C. Libraries)
Paul Bowles
www.PaulBowles.org ("the authorized Paul Bowles Web Site")
Paul Bowles Page at Literary Kicks 
A Paul Bowles Page (Peter Murray)
Gwendolyn Brooks
Gwendolyn Brooks (audio files plus brief info) (Poets in Person)
"We Real Cool" (Mary Anne Mohanraj)
Charles Bukowski
buk's page (bio and info about Charles Bukowski)
Charles Bukowski Page (Bohemian Ink)
Charles Bukowski Page 
Charles Bukowski: An Introduction to Bukowski, His Works, and Critical Texts (Damon Sauve / Oyster Boy Review)
Carter Revard Page (Karen Strom, U. Mass.)
Raymond Carver
Carver Web (Raymond Carver page) (Mike Welker)
Raymond Carver Page (Phil Carson)
Charles Olson (Electronic Poetry Center, SUNY Buffalo)
Charles Wright (audio files plus brief info) (Poets in Person)
Lucille Clifton, Selected Poems 
Robert Creeley
Robert Creeley Page (Andrew L. Graham (Keele U.)
Robert Creeley (Electronic Poetry Center, SUNY Buffalo)
Don Delillo
Don Delillo Web Site (English Dept., U. British Columbia)
Don DeLillo's America
Homepage (Curt Gardner)
DeLillo on Writing 
Interviews and 
Lit Crit 
Other Writing 
(conference) Don DeLillo: "At the Edges of Perception" (March 25-26, 1998, Rutgers U.) 
Rita Dove
"Lady Freedom Among Us" (UVA etext)
Rita Dove Page 
Rita Dove (audio files plus brief info) (Poets in Person)
Johanna Drucker
The History of the/my Wor(l)d (Granary Books)
Matthew G. Kirschenbaum (U. Virginia), Lines for a Virtual T/y/o/pography (in-progress hypertext and VRML dissertation being written "real-time" on the net; concerns the work of textuality theorist/artist Johanna Drucker)
"Offset Printing as a Creative Medium" 
E. L. Doctorow (lectures series announcement, with selected bibliography, audio, and photo) (Michigan State U. Celebrity Lecture Series)
Bret Easton Ellis
Mark Amerika and Alexander Laurence, Interview with Bret Easton Ellis (1994) (The Write Stuff)
Eudora Welty
Eudora Welty on the Internet (Center for the Study of Southern Culture, U. Mississippi / Henry P. Mills)
Gary Soto (audio files plus brief info) (Poets in Person)
William Gass
John Unsworth (U. Virginia), "William Gass's The Tunnel: The Work in Progress as Post-Modern Genre" (1992)
William Gibson
"Agrippa (A Book of the Dead)" (text of the limited-edition, read-once/self-destroying, art-book poem)
The Annotated Grateful Dead Lyrics: A Web Site (site includes critical apparatus and essays) (David Dodd, U. California, Santa Cruz)
Gregory Corso 
Paula Gunn Allen
"Taking a Visitor to See the Ruins" (Karen Strom)
Joy Harjo (Karen Strom)
"Eagle Poem" 
Joy Harjo and Poetic Justice Page 
"Reconciliation: A Prayer" 
"Santa Fe" 
"September Moon" 
"She Had Some Horses" 
John Hawkes
John Unsworth (U. Virginia), "Practicing Post-Modernism: The Example of John Hawkes" -1991
Joseph Heller
Joseph Heller Page (Bohemian Ink)
Joseph Heller (Michigan State U. Celebrity Lecture Series)
James Merrill (audio files plus brief info) (Poets in Person)
John Cage (Electronic Poetry Center, SUNY Buffalo)
Karl Shapiro (audio files plus brief info) (Poets in Person)
Galway Kinnell
"The Correspondence School Instructors Says Goodbye to His Poetry Students" (Mary Anne Mohanraj)
Jerzy Kosinski
(interview) William Gallo, "Jerzy Kosinski: Writing by Chance and Necessity" (1977) (Joshua Berlow / Rocky Mountain News)
The Painted Bird (brief excerpt) (Paul Tucker, U. California, San Diego)
Lawrence Ferlinghetti 
Audre Lorde
Selected Poetry (Mary Anne Mohanraj)
The Man Behind Maus: Art Spiegelman in his Own Words (with Chris Goffard)
Maxine Kumin (audio files plus brief info) (Poets in Person)
Rigoberta Menchu
Interview with Rigoberta Menchu (Paula Giese)
Michael Mollo, A Purgatory of Semiotics (poetry)
N. Scott Momaday
"The Delight Song of Tsoai-talee" (Karen Strom)
"Forms of the Earth at Abiquiu" (Karen Strom)
From The Names (Karen Strom)
Unofficial N. Scott Momaday Page (Adora La Poz)
Norman Mailer (Michigan State U. Celebrity Lecture Series)
Marsha Norman
Concordance to 'night, Mother by Marsha Norman (Iowa State U.)
Ntozake Shange (Henry Holt & Co., Inc.)
Joyce Carol Oates
Celestial Timepiece: Joyce Carol Oates Page (Randy Souther)
Joyce Carol Oates (Michigan State U. Celebrity Lecture Series)
Sharon Olds
Modernist Conversations: Sharon Olds and Countee Cullen (juxtaposes poems by the two poets to explore their dialogic relationship) (Cherie Bosarge, Laura Venegas)
Sharon Olds (audio files plus brief info) (Poets in Person)
Cynthia Ozick Page (Bedford/St. Martin's)
Marjorie Perloff (Stanford U.)
Marjorie Perloff (Electronic Poetry Center, SUNY Buffalo)
"Something Is Happening, Mr. Jones" (Electronic Book Review)
Thomas Pynchon
General Resources
Thomas Pynchon Page (Akihito Ishikawa)
Thomas Pynchon Pages (Tom Ware)
San Narciso College Thomas Pynchon Page 
Spermatikos Logos (The Libyrinth)
Archive of PYNCHON-L mailing list for 1992-93 
Wes Chapman (Illinois Wesleyan U.), "Male Pro-Feminism and the Masculinist Gigantism of Gravity's Rainbow" (1996) (Postmodern Culture)
Nick Spencer (Emory U.), "Clausewitz and Pynchon: Post-Romantic War in Gravity's Rainbow" (1996) (Carole Meyers)
"Is it O.K. to Be a Luddite?" (1984) (New York Times Book Review / Spermatikos Logos)
Online Pynchon Papers ("Although Pynchon is best known for his novels, he has also penned a copious amount of essays, articles, cover blurbs, and liner notes; many of which have found their way onto the Web. This page contains some of these writings . .
Tom Robbins
Tom Robbins Page (Dale Kirby)
Ron Silliman (Electronic Poetry Center, SUNY Buffalo)
Philip Roth
Philip Roth Society 
Brian Finney (California State U., Long Beach), "Roth's Counterlife: Destabilizing The Facts" (1993) 
Philip Roth (Michigan State U. Celebrity Lecture Series)
J.D. Salinger
Bananafish Home: J.D. Salinger Page (collaboratively-produced page) (Steven Foskett)
J.D. Salinger Page (Bohemian Ink)
Anne Sexton
Anne Sexton Home Page (Ari Frankel)
Anne Sexton Archive 
Modernist Conversations: Sylvia Plath and Anne Sexton, Two Confessional Poets (juxtaposes poems by the two poets to explore their dialogic relationship) (Lori Jendusa)
"My Friend, My Friend" (Lori Jendusa)
Gary Snyder
Gary Snyder 
Gary Snyder Page (from The Language of Life with Bill Moyers)
Stanley Elkin Research Page (bibliography of primary and secondary works) (Derek Royal, Purdue U.)
Susan Howe (Electronic Poetry Center, SUNY Buffalo)
Susan Sontag (Michigan State U. Celebrity Lecture Series)
Tom Wolfe (Michigan State U. Celebrity Lecture Series)
Truman Capote Page (Bohemian Ink)
John Updike
The Centaurian - A John Updike Website for Information and Discussion 
Dwight Garner, Interview: John Updike (Salon)
Kurt Vonnegut
Kurt Vonnegut Home Page (Kevin A. Boon)
Kurt Vonnegut (Michigan State U. Celebrity Lecture Series)
The Unofficial Kurt Vonnegut Page (Brian Briscott)
Alice Walker
Anniina's Alice Walker Page (Anniina Jokinen)
"I Said to Poetry" (Mary Anne Mohanraj)
Selected Bibliography of The Color Purple (Louisiana C.)
Web Page of Toni Morrison's Beloved (English 316K, U. Texas, Austin)
W. S. Merwin (audio files plus brief info) (Poets in Person)
Criticism (for specific criticism, see under individual authors)
Nina Baym (U. Illinois), "Melodramas of Beset Manhood: How Theories of American Fiction Exclude Women Authors" (1981) 
Kathleen de Grave, Swindler, Spy, Rebel: The Confidence Woman in Nineteenth-Century America (publisher's description)
Werner Sollors (Harvard U.), " 'Of Plymouth Rock and Jamestown and Ellis Island'; or, Ethnic Literature and Some Redefinitions of 'America' " 
Courses in American Literature
American 19th-Century Literature Courses
American Renaissance (Princeton U.)
Shelley Fisher Fiskin (U. Texas Austin), Century's End: Race & Gender at the Turn of the Century 
John Getz (Xavier U.), American Renaissance, 1830-1865 
Robert M. Hogge (Weber St. U), American Literature: Civil War to 1900 
Mary Klages (U. Colorado, Boulder), The American 1890s (includes extensive online readings and contextual materials)
Tom Scanlan (U. Virginia),
The Abolition of Slavery in the 1800's (John A. Ayers)
Cyberscrimshaw: "Of the Monstrous Pictures of Whales" from Herman Melville's Moby-Dick (Tom Lukas)
The Debate in the 1831-32 General Assembly on the Abolition of Slavery (Corey McLellan)
Edgar Allan Poe's Literary Neighborhood: Graham's Magazine and Godey's Lady's Book in the 1840's (Wendy Leigh Branson)
Self-Representation in American Literature (Landon Nordeman)
Student Web Projects:  
A Violation of Justice: The Fugitive Slave Law of 1850 (Matthew Muller)
American Colonial Literature Courses
Beyond the Anthology: Sources for Teaching 16th- and 17th-Century Spanish Colonial Literature of North America (E. Thomson Shields, Jr., East Carolina U.)
American Literature Courses (General)
American Studies On-Line Courses and Integrative Syllabi (American Studies Electronic Crossroads)
American Studies Curricula (American Studies Electronic Crossroads)
Electronic Archives for Teaching the American Literatures (Randy Bass, Center for Electronic Projects in American Culture Studies, Georgetown U)
Essays on Teaching the American Literatures (Heath Anthology Newsletter)
Carolyn L. Karcher (Temple U), Survey of American Lit. (through 19th Century) 
Maria de Armas Ladd (U. Texas, Austin), American Literature Survey 
Andy Lakritz (Miami U. & USIA), United States Literature 
Michelle Maynard (U. Texas, Austin), American Literature Survey 
Syllabus Library for Teaching the American Literatures (collected by Georgetown U.)
T-AMLIT (info about the Teaching American Literatures list)
Modern American Literature Courses
Al Filreis (U. Penn)
The Literature & Culture of the American 1950s (includes many online resources)
Modern and Contemporary American Poetry 
Wendy Steiner (U. Penn), The Twentieth Century 
American Literature (teaching website on American authors and literary movements)(Donna M. Campbell, Gonzaga University)
American Literature Journals
Emily Dickinson Journal 
Henry James Review (full-text accessible to subscribers of Johns Hopkins U. Press's Project Muse)
Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers 
Miscelánea: A Journal of English and American Studies (variously in Spanish and English) (U. Zaragoza, Spain)
Listservs & Newsgroups on American Literature
American Studies Listservs (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
Conferences on American Literature
American Studies Opportunities & Announcements (listings of calls for papers, conference programs, fellowships, jobs, and other professional opportunities for American Studies faculty and students) (American Studies Assoc. / American Studies Crossroads Project)
Calls for Papers (U. Penn English Dept.)

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