Looking for the text of an elusive Edna St. Vincent Millay poem? can’t quite recall the source of that Shakespearean quote?
Consider visiting The Literature Network, an online ?tool for reading, searching, and discussing works of classic literature.? With close to 3,000 full-length books and nearly 4,000 shorter works (including poetry and short stories), It’s a fantastic resource for both students and lovers of the written word.
In addition to reading the classics online, visitors can use the site’s search feature to locate a particular word or phrase in an author’s works.
And there’s more: besides searchable access to the full texts of classics from Plato’s The Republic to Beatrix Potter’s The Tale of Peter Rabbit, The Literature Network includes author bios, literature forums, and a database of quotations.
Although The Literature Network is free to use, users can also choose to subscribe to the site for an ad-free browsing experience.