eBooks em Inglês disponíveis na Internet
Electronic Text Center
University of Virginia
Alex Catalogue of Electronic texts
"a collection of digital documents collected in the subject areas of English literature, American literature, and Western philosophy"
Great Books Online
"A love of books pursued to the point of unreason or madness"
Angie's Scheitel Book Page
The On-Line Books Page
big BIG list...and growing - Maintened by John Mark Ockerbloom
"To help you become Happy, Wealthy, Or Wise"
The More C Digital Library
Dr. Pseudocryptonym's Book Knowledge
From there...up to you
Some of Einstein's Writings on Science and Religion
Fair Use of Copyrighted Works
It also contains links to fair-use guidelines and other resources that are intended to promote a fuller understanding and appreciation of copyright laws.
Guide to Philosophy on the Internet
The Internet History Sourcebooks
collections of public domain and copy-permitted historical texts presented cleanly (without advertising or excessive layout) for educational use
Libertarian Related Bibliography
Liberty for the People
Texts concerning the goal of liberty and freedom for the working class individual
Liberty Library of Constitutional Classics
Malaspina Great Books Home Page
A huge list of sites related with great books and great writers
Sources of Primary Documents on the Internet
"This collection contains canonical philosophic texts and links to scholarly philosophic organizations"
The EServer at Carnegie Mellon
"has been online for ten years; today offers 26,695 works online. Browse or search hte collections, talk on the mailing lists and live chat line, or join the teams of volunteers publishing to Internet readers
Gopher Root at wiretap.area.com
Better accessed thru gopher - pointers to various electronic text projects available via Gopher on the Internet
Resources for editors and publishers
The Classic Page
You'll need a freeware viewer
The Hart Library - currently containing 1830 volumes
Movable Type Redux
A starting point to ebooks resources (thanks to Sam McDonald):
Has loads (2000?) texts in plain text with some in HTML, NOTE: it is unclear as to what the copyright status of these works are!
The Baker Street Connection - The Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Says they have, 'The full text of the 56 Sherlock Holmes short stories and the 4 novels is available here. '
a couple of Jules Verne and HG Wells at this page
Content includes: 60 classic novels, all in HTML; some non-fiction, some nice poetry collections (William Blake etc.);
Searchable, well designed; some 1,800 texts(?); copyright free; in TXT format
EDUNET's Book On-Line
slighlty dated list, nice though
Mason West's Master Works of Western Civilization
lists and links to important texts of Western Civ
The On-line Books Page
Some 9,000 texts; SearchAble, well designed; has banned books list; see the Archives for a huge list similar to this one
9,000+ texts; seems that most are free for now; copyright free
Children's Literature Web Guide
site about childrens lit, but has some stories on-line--see 'Stories on the Web'
Complete Works of Shakespeare (at MIT)
all about Shakespeare and, of course, the texts
The CMU Index of Canonical Verse
lots of poems, mainly classics; in TXT form
also an info site, see the 'eLibrary'
actually a clever search engine for texts located elsewhere; about 10,000 links, so potentially about 10,000 texts; claims they will have Rocket Ebook formatted texts soon;
Internet Public Libraries Online Texts Collection
over 7,700 texts
lots of texts; basically HTML formatted Gutenberg texts; formatted chapter by chapter
The Naked Word
several dozens of texts in HTML; public-domain texts only
a couple of hundred texts in the 'Public Library' formatted in HTML chapter by chapter; some samples and books for sale
several dozens of texts in HTML format
the grand-daddy of all e-text sites
Home page for Robert Stockton
a bunch of texts (mainly fantasy/scifi) from Project Gutenberg
Savetz's Unofficial Internet Public Domain Index
old and dated, but you can find some good links
University of Virginia's Electronic Text Center
serveral thousand titles of old stuff; some not accessible from outside U of V