Bartleby

Doing Research? Need access to a literary work? Can’t get to the library? Check out Bartleby! Bartleby.com is an excellent resource that provides free online access to a comprehensive collection of reference, verse, fiction, and nonfiction works.

Bartleby.com has complete electronic texts of classic books that are out of copyright as well as such current reference sources as the Columbia Encyclopedia, sixth edition; The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, third edition; Roget’s II: The New Thesaurus, third edition; Simpson’s Contemporary Quotations; The American Heritage Book of English Usage; the 1914 Oxford edition of the Complete Works of William Shakespeare and E. Cobham Brewer’s 1898 Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. The site is easy to navigate and can be searched by keyword, individual selections, major categories, or by browsing the table of contents.

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