ESSAYS: English literary essays, essay writing, great essayists
A guide to the best websites
Literature Essays. From Literature-Study-Online
A structured guide to a wealth of sites helpful in the study of English Literature. Ian Mackean's English Literature Essays page publishes essays on a wide variety of authors and aspects of literature, some by himself and others by lecturers and students from all over the world, and it also links to his English Literature Discussion Forum.
English Essays from Sir Philip Sidney to Macaulay.
Four centuries of the development of English prose are illustrated by 24 works from 17 authors, ranging from those best known for the essay, like Addison and Hazlitt, to those, like Jonson and Coleridge, whose poetic spirit infuses all their writings. Harvard Classics
The Essay, Wikipedia entry.
Essay eTexts at Project Gutenberg.
Information on writing essays, tips.
More than 20,000 essays on all topics.
Internet Archive. Downloadable texts.
Wikipedia list of literary essayists.
Calasso, Roberto. Roberto Calasso, Wikipedia entry.
Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Emerson, Ralph Waldo. Works by Ralph Waldo Emerson. Project Gutenberg
Works by Ralph Waldo Emerson in free audio format. LibriVox.
The Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson. RWE.org
Montaigne, Michel de
Montaigne. Works by Michel de Montaigne at Project Gutenberg.
Essays by Montaigne at Quotidiana.org
Essays, plain text version. Project Gutenberg
Essays. Searchable HTML version.
Zeldin, Theodor, Theodore Zeldin website project Oxford Muse.
Theodore Zeldin, Wikipedia entry.
Glatt Plagiarism Program
Gypsy Scholar. Plagiarism Index
Turnitin plagiarism software.
A search engine to locate duplicated materials on the internet.
Free literature essays.
Project Muse's mission is to excel in the broad dissemination of high-quality scholarly content.
Project Muse is a unique collaboration between libraries and publishers, providing 100% full-text, affordable and user-friendly online access to a comprehensive selection of prestigious humanities and social sciences journals.
The Harvard Bibliography Reference Generator generates references in a correct form.