The Literature Online service is primarily intended for specialists in English and American literature, but also for teachers and English students at advanced levels. It contains over 350 ths. texts of poems, dramas and novels covering the period from the 6th century to the present, in which it is possible to search for full text. It also provides audio recordings from W. Shakespeare, 899 video clips and hyperlinks to 5250 freely accessible servers, where Chadwyck-Healey editors found thousands of texts relevant to the study of literature.
All works are indexed, accompanied by dictionaries, reference publications, and bibliographic processing. Included are English and American literature, including those that have not yet been available in electronic form. There is also a structured approach to newsgroups, electronic literary journals, meta-pages, author sites, and library catalogs.
How to use Literature Online to teach linguistics? Case study from University of Liverpool to watch HERE.
A short educational video to watch HERE.
NOTICE! From 1.8.2019, Literature Online will move to the new ProQuest platform. If you are using a MyArchive account now, you must export your saved records for later use by 31 July 2019. Instructions can be found HERE.