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Baldwin, JamesJames Baldwin. Wikipedia entry.
James Baldwin's American Masters page. PBS.
Barth, JohnBath, John. John Barth Information Center
John Barth. Scriptorium
John Barth. Wikipedia entry.
Bathelme, DonaldBarthelme, Donald. Donald Barthelme. Wikipedia
Donald Bathelme. A dozen Barthelme stories, reprinted by permission, including biographical information and web links. Jessamyn's Barthelme Page
Donald Bathelme. The Scriptorium
A Donald Barthelme Collection
Bellow, SaulBellow, Saul. Saul Bellow, Nobel Prize Archive
Saul Bellow. The Saul Bellow Society
Saul Bellow, Wikipedia entry.
Bishop, ElizabethBishop, Elizabeth. Elizabeth Bishop. Poems and links to Elizabeth Bishop websites. Academy of American Poets
Elizabeth Bishop Wikipedia entry.
Bowles, PaulBowles, Paul. The Authorized Paul Bowles Web Site
Bukowski, CharlesBukowski, Charles. Charles Bukowski. Links to Bukowski websites, essays, photos, Charles Bukowski works online.
Charles Bukowski Wikipedia entry.
Charles Bukowski. Bukowski.net, a comprehensive resource.
Poems by Charles Bukowski and biography. PoetryFoundation.org
Bukowski at Boston University
Burroughs, WilliamBurroughs, William. William Burroughs. RealityStudio fan site with texts, community, scholarship and criticism.
William S. Burroughs Internet Database
William S. Burroughs. Internet Movie Database
William Burroughs multimedia directory.
William Burroughs, Wikipedia entry.
Capote, TrumanTruman Capote, a dedicated website.
Truman Capote. Wikipedia entry.
Carver, RaymondCarver, Raymond. Raymond Carver
Raymond Carver. Background information.
Raymond Carver, Wikipedia entry.
Raymond Carver. Guardian Unlimited Books
Raymond Carver, a website. Carversite
Chandler, RaymondThe Raymond Chandler website
Raymond Chandler. Internet Movie Database
Raymond Chandler's Los Angeles. Excerpts from the book by Elizabeth Ward and Alain Silver.
Raymond Chandler's LA: In A Lonely Place tour from L.A.
Raymond Chandler. Thrilling Detective
Raymond Chandler, Wikipedia entry.
Chapman, John JayChapman, John Jay. John Jay Chapman. Emerson and Other Essays by John Jay Chapman. Project Gutenberg etext.
Cooper, James FenimoreCoper, James Fenimore. James Fenimore Cooper etexts. The Last of the Mohicans, The Prairie
James Fenimore Cooper, Wikipedia entry.
Works by or about James Fenimore Cooper at Internet Archive. Scanned illustrated books.
James Fenimore Cooper. Online texts at Project Gutenberg.
James Fenimore Cooper in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
James Fenimore Cooper Society Homepage
Crane, HartCrane. Hart. Hart Crane. Wikipedia entry. Hart Crane. A Hart Crane webpage.
Creeley, RobertCreeley, Robert. Robert Creeley Homepage. Online poems, biography, information, audio, writings.
Robert Creeley poems at PoetryFoundation.org.
Works by or about Robert Creeley in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
Creeley Author-Homepage @ SUNY-Buffalo's Electronic Poetry Center
Kerouac Alley: Robert Creeley. Selected poems, a multimedia & internet directory, live feeds, and other resources.
Read Creeley interview. The Paris Review
Robert Creeley Wikipedia entry.
Cummings, E. E.Cummings, E. E. E E Cummings. Poems and links to Cummings websites
Danielewski, MarkDanielewski, Mark. Mark Danielewski. House of Leaves. House of Leaves homepage.
Mark Danielewski Guardian Unlimited interview.
Mark Danielewski interview from Bold Type, Random House.
Dickinson, EmilyWorks by Emily Dickinson at Project Gutenberg
Emily Dickinson. Wikipedia entry.
Works by or about Emily Dickinson in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
Dickinson Electronic Archives
Emily Dickinson Lexicon
Emily Dickinson at Modern American Poetry
Emily Dickinson International Society
Emily Dickinson Museum
Emily Dickinson. Complete poems on a searchable database. Bartleby
Doty, MarkDoty, Mark. Mark Doty, contemporary poet. Academy of American Poets
Eliot, T. S.Eliot, T.S. T S Eliot. Academy of American Poets
T. S .Eliot. Exploring The Waste Land. Part of the site uses a framed presentation of the poem with hyperlinked notes, definitions, translations, cross references, texts of works alluded to, commentary, and questions to the reader.
T S Eliot, Wikipedia entry.
Works by T. S. Eliot. Project Gutenberg
What the Thunder Said: T. S. Eliot
T. S. Eliot. Etexts at Bartleby.com
T. S. Eliot Society Home Page
T. S. Eliot Hypertext Project
The Composition of The Waste Land
Ellison, RalphRalph Ellison, Wikipedia entry.
Ralph Ellison Paris Review interview.
Emerson, Ralph WaldoEmerson, Ralph Waldo. Internet guide to the workds and life of Ralph Waldo Emerson.
Ralph Waldo Emerson. The Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson. Poems and essays.
Ralph Waldo Emerson texts. Emerson Central
Ralph Waldo Emerson. Wikipedia entry.
Ralph Waldo Emerson. The Academy of American Poets
Faulkner, WilliamFaulkner, William. William Faulkner on the Web. Places, biography, Oxford Mississippi, library commentaries, plot synopses,'what's new.'
Faulkner discussion deck from Jolly Roger.
Center for Faulkner Studies, Southeast Missouri State University
The Faulkner Journal
The William Faulkner Collections (Special Collections at University of Virginia Library)
William Faulkner. The Mississippi Writers Page
The Faulkner Journal
The Paris Review Interview (1956)
Nobel Prize in Literature Acceptance Speech (text and audio)
William Faulkner, Wikipedia entry.
A Rose for Emily
Fitzgerald, F. ScottFitzgerald, F. Scott. Scott Fitzgerald Centenary Home Page
Scott Fitzgerald, Wikipedia entry.
Scott Fitzgerald, etexts from Project Gutenberg.
F. Scott Fitzgerald Papers, Princeton University.
Frost, RobertFrost, Robert. Robert Frost. Editions, early editions in English. An exhibition.
The poetry of Robert Frost. Etexts.
The Robert Frost Web Site
Gaimon, NeilNeil Gaiman. The Neil Gaimon website.
Neil Gaiman. Wikipedia entry.
Neil Gaiman's Journal
Neil Gaiman (neilhimself) on Twitter
Grisham, JohnGrisham, John. John Grisham. The John Grisham Archive
John Grisham. Wikipedia entry.
John Grisham official site.
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