The following are a selection of related subject headings in the Online Catalog:
American literature --History and criticism
Authors, American --Periodicals
American literature --Bio-bibliography
|Literature, Modern --19th century --Bio-bibliography|
Authors, American –Biography
Authors, American --20th century
|Literature, Modern --19th century --History and criticism|
Authors --Biography –Dictionaries
Authors, English –Biography
|Literature, Modern --19th century --History and criticism --Periodicals|
Characters and characteristics in literature
English literature --History and criticism
|Literature, Modern --20th century --History and criticism --Periodicals|
|English literature --Bio-bibliography||United States --Bio-bibliography|
European literature --History and criticism
|United States --Biography –Dictionaries|
Great Britain --Biography
|...also by author’s name (last name first)|
Great Britain --Bio-bibliography
Some of the related titles owned by the library
|Encyclopedia of world literature in the 20th century
REFERENCE PN774 .L433 v.1-4
Jackson, Richard L.
The Afro-Spanish American author II : the 1980s : an annotated bibliography of recent criticism
Literature criticism from 1400 to 180
REFERENCE PN86 .L53 v.1-56
Masterpieces of Latino literature
REFERENCE PQ7081.A1 M29 1994
Masterplots II: American fiction series
REFERENCE PN846.M37 1986 v.1-4
National cyclopedia of American biography
REFERENCE E176.N28 v.1-44
Nineteenth-century literature criticism
REFERENCE PN761 .N5 v.1-75
REFERENCE PN1010 .P62 v.1-29
Twentieth-century literary criticism
REFERENCE PN771.T75 v.1-84
Selected Internet Resources from the Librarians' Internet Index (http://lii.org)
American Authors on the Web - http://www.lang.nagoya-u.ac.jp/~matsuoka/AmeLit.html
Comprehensive and up-to-date directory of American authors. It's arranged chronologically by authors' dates.
Use your browser's Find button to search by name. Maintained by an English Literature Professor at Nagoya
British and Irish Authors on the Web - http://www.lang.nagoya-u.ac.jp/~matsuoka/UK-authors.html
Comprehensive and up-to-date directory of British and Irish authors. It's arranged chronologically by authors'
dates. Use your browser's Find button to search by name. Maintained by an English Literature Professor at
The English Server - http://eserver.org/
Tens of thousands of texts in the humanities, plus links to associated sites. The service, which has been online
since 1990, is managed by a collective of students, faculty, and staff at Carnegie Mellon University. Searchable and
IPL Online Texts Collection - http://www.ipl.org/div/subject/browse/hum60.60.00/
Over 20,000 online texts that can be browsed or searched by author, title, or Dewey Decimal Classification. The fields
in the record entries can also be searched. These aren't just the out-of-print classics. Try a search on "digital" or "electronic."
From the Reading Room of the Internet Public Library.
Online Literary Criticism Collection - http://www.ipl.org/div/litcrit/
Links to over 4,000 critical and biographical resources dealing with American and British literature from pre-1500 to the
twentieth century. Each link is annotated and can be accessed by author, work or literary period. The links are selected
"for their overall usefulness" for high school and college students. A literary criticism guide and a pathfinder have been
provided for further exploration of Web and print resources. From The Internet Public Library.
Pegasos: Literature Related Resources - http://www.kirjasto.sci.fi/
Contains profiles of hundreds of authors through the ages, browsable by last name or date of birth. Includes separate list
of Nordic writers. Note: the material is translated from Finnish to English, and sometimes suffers from the process. From
the Kuusankoski Public Library, Finland. (See "The Library Song").
Voice of the Shuttle - http://vos.ucsb.edu/
A directory of briefly annotated "links to humanities and humanities-related resources on the Internet," including disciplines
that "interact with the sciences and social sciences and with new digital media." Searchable; and browsable by discipline,
and resource (including teaching resources, libraries and museums, and reference). From the University of California, Santa Barbara.