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Adelaide University Electronic Texts Collection This growing collection of e-texts
- currently more than 700 - includes classic works of Literature, Philosophy,
Science, and Medicine. Their own web editions, in HTML.
http://etext.library.adelaide.edu.au

ANU E-Print Repository From the Australian National University in Canberra, ACT
(Australian Capital Territory). Holding about 1,500 items at the beginning of
2004. Material from 1987 on is included. User registration (there is no charge) is
required for some parts of the site.
http://eprints.anu.edu.au

Australian e-Humanities Gateway is an initiative of the Australian e-Humanities


Network, a group funded by the Australian Research Council.The network includes
representatives from the Australian Academy of the Humanities, the University of
Sydney and the University of Newcastle. A portal for digital resources in
humanities disciplines in Australia.
http://www.ehum.edu.au

eprints unimelb The embryonic University of Melbourne eprint collection. The


oldest item dates back to 1945. In order to access some areas of the archive,
you'll need a user registration (no charge). http://eprints.unimelb.edu.au

eprints @UQ The University of Queensland's digital repository. Covers material


created since 1983, although most dates from 1998 on. Includes e-books, e-
chapters, online journals, various articles, working papers, conference papers and
proceedings, posters, miscellaneous research output, and pre-publication (draft)
material. OAI-compliant, the repository includes research output of UQ academic
staff and postgraduate students, both before and after peer-reviewed publication.
Formats used are HTML, ASCII text, PDF & Postscript. http://eprint.uq.edu.au

OZLIT Electronic Texts


Not a library as such, rather an Australian portal to an array of free e-book
resources. Includes a limited number of Australian e-texts. Courtesy of the
leading state portal VicNet.
http://home.vicnet.net.au/~ozlit/chapt4.html

Project Gutenberg of Australia produces books in electronic form and makes them
freely available to the public in accordance with Australian copyright law. NB:
Under Australian copyright law, literary, dramatic, & musical work published,
performed, communicated, or recorded and offered for sale in an author's lifetime
are protected for the life of the author plus fifty years from the end of the year
of the author's death. After this time they enter into the public domain. Some e-
books available here may still be under copyright in the United States (where
local laws have several times extended copyright to levels not accepted within
Australian jurisdiction). Such works are therefore not available from the US site
of Project Gutenberg.
http://gutenberg.net.au/

SETIS (The Scholarly Electronic Text and Image Service at the University of Sydney
Library) Regarded as the leading University digital collection in Australia. Plans
are under way to further enlarge the size & scope of SETIS. Includes also the
University of Sydney digital theses collection (currently over eighty theses
available).

NB: While you may access many texts from the Web, a large number are commercially
licensed and available only to users at the University of Sydney.
http://setis.library.usyd.edu.au/

Best free Digital Libraries - World

***** Project Gutenberg Project Gutenberg is the original free digital library of
books no longer in
copyright. So you'll find a great many classic literary texts here. The full
Gutenberg collection now exceeds 5,000 books. The whole collection represents a
monumental effort in unpaid, unselfish, labour since 1971.

The Project Gutenberg philosophy is to make information, books and other materials
available to the general public in forms a vast majority of computers, programs
and people can easily read, use, quote, and search.
Their books are usually in plain text (ASCII) format. However to improve the
online reading experience you can also use other reader software (check out our
Software Page).
http://www.gutenberg.net

Alex Catalogue of Electronic Texts is a collection of public domain documents from


American and English literature as well as Western philosophy. You can search for
and display texts from the collection & also search their content, & even create
on-the-fly PDFs for offline reading or printing.
http://www.infomotions.com/alex

arXiv e-Prints Includes e-Print "preprints" in physics, mathematics, nonlinear


sciences, and computer sciences. From Cornell University with assistance from the
National Science Foundation (USA), the National Institute for Theoretical Physics
(USA) and the University of Adelaide (Australia). Formats include PDF, PostScript,
and DVI. http://www.arxiv.org
NB: There are mirror sites in Australia, Brazil, China, France, Germany, UK,
India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Russia, Spain, Taiwan, & USA.

Athena Thousands of mainly French and Swiss-authored e-texts, across a broad range
of especially Literature, Science & the Arts. In .html &. rtf versions. Also many
links to famous works in German, Dutch & English too. Prepared or linked for the
Web by the University of Geneva. Expand your mind & education here.
http://un2sg4.unige.ch/athena/html/athome.html

Bartleby.com The Encyclopedia of World History and The Harvard Classics are among
many free texts offered at this award-winning site. Many classic reference works
are available here.
http://www.bartleby.com/index.html

Bibliomania Offers more than 2,000 free classic texts, plus research works. In
HTML format, readable by your web browser.
http://www.bibliomania.com

Bibliotheca Augustana A Latin e-library. Includes Bibliothecae Latina, Graeca,


Germanica, Anglica, Gallica, Italica, Hispanica, Polonica et Russica. "Collectio
textuum electronicorum. AppleMac et Netscape his paginis optimum visum dant. Ave
Gatem et Exploratorem! " (Optimised for Netscape).
http://www.fh-augsburg.de/~harsch/a_index.html

CELT (Corpus of Electronic Texts). Irish literary, historical & cultural texts, in
Irish, Latin, Anglo-Norman French, and English. Presented in HTML, with a
searchable online database. An initiative of University College, Cork, Republic of
Ireland.
http://www.ucc.ie/celt

CogPrints Cognitive Sciences Eprint* Archive - Includes a wide variety of papers


in psychology, neuroscience, linguistics, philosophy, biology, medicine,
anthropology and computer science. Material dates back as far as 1950, although
most of it dates since 1990. Some areas of the archive require registration, to
obtain a username and password. *Eprints here are defined as the digital texts of
peer-reviewed research articles, before and
after refereeing. Before refereeing and publication, the draft is called a
"preprint." The refereed, published
final draft is called a "postprint." Eprints may include both preprints and
postprints, as well as any significant drafts in between, and any post publication
updates.
http://cogprints.soton.ac.uk

Complete Works of William Shakespeare but minus his poetry at present. The plays
can be read either as a continuous text or by individual scenes. For reading
online, in HTML.
http://the-tech.mit.edu/Shakespeare/works.html

New The Digital Library of the Commons (DLC) An archive of international


literature on "the commons"
(i.e. that which is held in common or by a community). Many useful features for
both readers and contributing authors. A full-text Digital Library, a Working
Paper Archive of author-submitted papers, and links to relevant references are
included. Thanks to the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the International Association
for the Study of Common Property (IASCP) & the Indiana University Graduate School.
As Adobe PDF files.
http://dlc.dlib.indiana.edu

New Digital Library for Earth System Education: DLESE Over 5,000 searchable
educational resources. Items are also organized into themes or collections,
broadly as environmental, geographical, geological, oceanographical and other
physical sciences; space science and technology; policy and educational issues and
the philosophy of science. Resources are not archived on site but in a variety of
collaborating collections. Funded by the National Science Foundation (USA).
http://www.dlese.org/dds/index.jsp

New Digital Library of Information Science and Technology: dLIST A repository of


electronic resources in Library and Information Science (LIS) and Information
Technology (IT). Contains published and unpublished papers, data sets
instructional and help materials, pathfinder , reports & bibliographies. So far in
English only. User registration required to access some areas. In HTML or PDF.
http://dlist.sir.arizona.edu/

Elfwood Elfwood is a huge, non-profit home to amateur Fantasy/Sci-Fi literature


and art, plus some How -To Guides. The site holds over twenty thousand works of
art & literature by over fifteen hundred Science Fiction/Fantasy artists and
writers.
http://elfwood.lysator.liu.se

The E Server Bit of a mind flip might be an exaggeration, but there is certainly
nothing stodgy about this large & contemporary collection of online intellectual
texts & resources. Based at the University of Washington.
http://eserver.org

Electronic Text Collections in Western European Literature Links site for literary
texts in Western European languages other than English. Languages include Catalan,
Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Greek, Irish, Italian,
Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish & Swedish.
http://www.lib.virginia.edu/wess/etexts.html

Electronic Texts On The Internet A useful links page with over eighty entries
http://www.refdesk.com/factelec.html

EuroDocs Primary historical documents from Western Europe. Selected


Transcriptions, Facsimiles and Translations.
http://library.byu.edu/~rdh/eurodocs

New Great Books Index From Aeschylus to Virginia Woolf - links to online works, in
English translation, by more than 130 classic authors. Please check for any
copyright restrictions (which may in a few cases apply for other than reading
online). A redoubtable effort from Ken Roberts of Ontario, Canada.
http://books.mirror.org/gb.home.html

New Great Books and Classics Provides free HTML online versions of many famous
authors from before 200 BC to the 20th Century. Linked with Amazon.com for
commercial print offerings of the titles.
http://www.grtbooks.com

Internet Classics Archive More than 440 mainly Greco-Roman texts, with some
Chinese and Persian. By 59 different authors. In English translation. For online
reading, some downloads available.
http://classics.mit.edu

Internet Public Library Over 20,000 free books available online. The Internet
Public Library's Mission Statement says: " The Internet Public Library (IPL), is a
public service organization and learning/teaching environment at the University of
Michigan School of Information. The IPL Online Texts Collection contains over
20,000 titles that can be browsed by author, by title, or by Dewey Decimal
Classification". For questions about the online texts collection, or how to
search, please see their help page.
http://www.ipl.org/reading/books

MIT OpenCourseWare The first stage of an ambitious & generous plan to make all
Massachusetts Institute of Technology course materials available on the Internet,
for free download. Materials for 500 courses have been accessible since the end of
September 2003. Materials are in English, but a number are also available in
Spanish & Portuguese. Presented in HTML. However courses may include Adobe Acrobat
PDF files, Java Applets, Shockwave, Real Player, Java, and MATLAB files (software
for all of these may be downloaded from the site's Technical Requirements page).
This so far unique gift is made possible by MIT with support from the William and
Flora Hewlett & Andrew W. Mellon Foundations.
http://ocw.mit.edu/index.html
Course list at http://ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/Global/all-courses.htm

National Academy Press Read over 2,500 National Academy science, engineering, and
health texts free online. You can also purchase print copies if you wish. These e-
books represent the cream of U.S. research & policy opinion in these fields. Texts
are presented in a fully-searchable "Open Book" format, which also allows for page
browsing & internal links. Open Book" is HTML, & moreover the format is prepared
so that you can send people an individual page reference as an URL. PDFs are also
available. The U.S. National Academy of Sciences provides this site.
http://www.nap.edu
Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD) Links to digital
theses/dissertations available in Australia, Canada, many European nations, Hong
Kong, Taiwan & the USA.
http://www.theses.org/

Online Books Page This University of Pennsylvania site offers access to more than
16,000 books online. http://digital.library.upenn.edu/books

Online Medieval and Classical Library From The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle to Yvain, or
The Knight With the Lion, & including such works as: The Lay of the Cid, The Song
of Roland, the Nibelungenlied, Orlando Furioso, the High History of the Holy
Graal, many Icelandic sagas, some Chaucer & much else besides. In HTML for reading
online, or download in PKZIP v.2.04g compressed format. Thanks to Douglas B.
Killings, Sun Systems & the University of California at Berkeley.
http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/OMACL

Oxford Text Archive From Oxford University, this archive was founded in 1976.
High-quality, well-documented electronic texts for research and teaching. More
than 2,500 resources in over 25 different languages. A premium academic resource.
Public domain texts are freely available from the on-line catalogue and may be
downloaded in a number of different formats. Some texts require the user to obtain
the written permission of the original depositor.
http://ota.ahds.ac.uk

Pennsylvania State University Electronic Classics Site: " The Labyrinth" PSU's e-
books are presented as .pdf files (Adobe's Portable Document Format). Read them
with the Adobe Acrobat Reader. Established in 1997, the site offers many classical
works of literature in English, plus original works published by Penn. State Uni.
http://www2.hn.psu.edu/faculty/jmanis/jimspdf.htm

Perseus Project A great classical digital library site, with Greek & Latin texts,
commentaries, an atlas, coin images, art, archaeology and more.
http://www.perseus.tufts.edu

Project Libellus The University of Washington, Seattle, provides this library of


Latin texts, readable in your web browser. In HTML & TeX (a subset of ASCII).
Thirteen classical Latin authors represented.
http://www.hhhh.org/perseant/libellus

Project Madurai Tamil Digital Library under preparation by voluntary effort. So


far 160 works in Tamil script are available, in TSCII (Tamil Script Code for
Information Interchange) format. Old Tamil classic works predominate so far.
http://www.tamil.net/projectmadurai/

Project Runeberg Project Runeberg publishes free electronic editions of old Nordic
literature on the Internet. Since 1992. More than 200 titles, mostly in Swedish.
http://www.lysator.liu.se/runeberg

Soil And Health Library Free public library offering books on holistic
agriculture, holistic health, self-sufficient living, and personal development.
http://www.soilandhealth.org

Universal Library (under development) "The principal benefit of the Universal


Library will be to supplement the formal education system by making knowledge
available to anyone who can read and has access." A project of Carnegie Mellon
University & the governments of China & India - much of the scanning will be done
in the latter two countries. The million books project will have considerable
content in many Indian and Chinese languages, as well as English. For more
information about this far-reaching initiative see:
http://www.ul.cs.cmu.edu

University of Virginia Electronic Text Center has more than 10,000 publicly
accessible texts in thirteen languages (& over 164,000 publicly available images).
These texts are available to web browsers, but in addition there are 2,000 + e-
books available (in English) for MS Reader & Palm Reader.
http://etext.lib.virginia.edu

Virtual Library "The Virtual Library is the oldest catalog of the web, started by
Tim Berners-Lee, the creator of html and the Web itself. Unlike commercial
catalogs, it is run by a loose confederation of volunteers, who compile pages of
key links for particular areas in which they are expert��" Fourteen primary
categories to check out, or use the search engine.
http://www.vlib.org/

World eBook Library Opportunities to read or download thousands of HTML books


online. Provides free, unlimited public access to a comprehensive collection of
public domain texts & references, and links to thousand of on-line libraries
around the world via the World Wide Web and/or Telnet. For a small annual fee,
also offers access to 60,000 PDF e-books and e-documents, plus 7,000 mp3 audio
books. From the World Electronic Text Library Foundation, based in Honolulu,
Hawaii.
http://netlibrary.net/WorldHome.html

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Other Free Australian Books

Australian Institute of Marine Science Reference library This collection may be


read in either HTML and/or PDF.
http://www.aims.gov.au/pages/reflib/reflib-00.html

Desert Wave Publishing Based in the Alice (Alice Springs, Northern Territory of
Australia for our overseas readers). Provides a number of free PDF e-books in
areas such as job search, training, online learning, how to e-publish yourself.
http://www.dwave.com.au

Other Free Books in English

Abacci Books This unusual site makes Project Gutenberg free e-book classics
available for download together with reviews of those books from Amazon.com.
Includes links to buy a hard copy if desired. Access books by author, title,
category or most popular.
http://www.abacci.com/books/default.asp

Abacci eBooks Over a thousand free e-books for the Pocket PC & the PC (LIT files
formatted for Microsoft Reader). Includes Amazon.com reviews. A selection of both
classic & lesser-known works, thanks to site owner Peter Shanks, who personally
formatted many.
http://www.abacci.com/msreader/default.aspx

Alive & Free A page of links to some recent books from living authors available
free on-line. Warning: many controversial authors & titles here.
http://www.c3f.com/alivfree.html

Baen Free Library Commercial bookstore offers free e-books in HTML Ms Reader,
Palm, Rocket & RTF formats. Registration requested.
http://www.baen.com/library

Black Mask With a goodly range of free e-books, this site also endears by offering
six e-book formats and a special Australian section.
http://www.blackmask.com/page.php?do=page

Bookrags have 1,500 classic titles available, for Palm or other handheld devices.
http://www.bookrags.com/ebooks.html

Ebooks4free Links to" free e-books and manuscripts, historical documents &
literature, religion & magik, audio readings and much more.." Multilingual site -
languages include English, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese,
Sanskrit, Hebrew, Latin. The inner search engine actually translates into three
languages: English Italian and (surprisingly!) Latin. In plain text, RTF, HTML,
downloadable as.zip files, or as PDFs. http://www.ebooks4free.net

Elegant Solutions Software Company have a great free e- book site, with books
downloadable to your PC: Motto:" Ebooks for people who think". Don't forget to
check out Kate's page or the children's page there, for wonderful classic tales
for young & old.
http://esspc-ebooks.com/default.htm

FlipBooks Books prepared to be read in the FlipViewer (see Software Page). A


highly visual format especially suitable for displaying albums of images etc.
http://www.fliplibrary.com

Franklin Free Library Thousands of free titles in text and HTML file formats. Some
titles are also available for purchase as Franklin Reader formatted e-books.
http://www.franklin.com/freelibrary

Literature @ SunSITE Collection of digital literary texts from famous, mostly


U.S.authors. May be read online, printed, or downloaded for further study.
http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/Literature/

Litrix Reading Room Features works of literature in English, including classics,


mystery, horror, sci-fi, westerns, Sherlock Holmes, Americana. In HTML. For
reading online, or save each chapter to read offline in your web browser. Thanks
to novelist Stan Jones of Anchorage, Alaska.
http://www.litrix.com/authors.htm

Lysator Free e-books Lysator is a lively academic computer society & major e-
publishing stalwart located at Link?ping University in Sweden. Here are a few
miscellaneous e-texts they offer.
http://www.lysator.liu.se/etexts

Mary Jo's E-texts for the Palm Her selections include the Oz Books, a number of
classics in literature, & various fan fiction. All files are zipped for easy
downloading.
http://www.dogpatch.org/etext.html

Memoware have lots of free documents in a multiplicity of categories and a variety


of formats for Palms & other PDAs. Award-winning site.
http://www.memoware.com

MS (Microsoft) Reader (.lit) e- books: Over 1,500 available. You may search the
listings by "author", "title" & "most popular" headings.
http://www.mslit.com/default.asp?mjr=FRE

PalmPilot E-Text Ring 80+ sites featuring free or for-purchase texts formatted for
Palm readers.
http://www.pda-archives.com/pilot/10.htm

PDA Librarian Jill Thompson of Greencastle-Antrim High School in Pennsylvania's


site. Jill offers small but carefully-chosen selections in the following
categories: Outstanding Books for the College Bound; Best Novels Written in the
English Language; Downloads Available by Author; Great Books For Teens; Political
Documents. Also Educational Uses For PDAs, plus other helpful information.
http://user.pa.net/~thompson/

Phoenix Library Based on the Rocket eBook, but now offering titles in several
languages & a wide range of formats (Adobe, Microsoft, MobiPocket & Franklin in
addition to the Rocket/ REB reader editions) http://www.phoenix-library.org

Planet PDF Free eBooks area Recent asset for popular classic novels in the PDF
format.
http://www.planetpdf.com/mainpage.asp?webpageid=2311

Qvadis Library offers nearly 6,000 e-text titles in 32 categories, all free. All
formatted for Palm OS devices. http://www.qvadis.com/exlibris/ebooks.html#library

Scorpius Digital Publishing have many free e-books available at:


http://scorpiusdigital.com/freebooks/index.html Only in Microsoft Reader however.

StoneGarden Net Publishing Free or inexpensive e-books in both fiction and


nonfiction. In Microsoft Reader and Adobe PDF formats. Registration (free) with
this site is required.
http://www.stonegarden.net

Tale Wins Marleen Roberts' site for authors & readers.


http://www.talewins.com

Webooks.com eLibrary Links to over 2,200 free e-books in html, for reading online.
In sixteen broad categories, also includes journals & magazines.
http://www.web-books.com/cool/ebooks/Library.htm

NB: Many commercial e-bookstores also offer a number of free e-books on their
sites.

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Free audio books

Audiobooks for free


Many classics of literature available, in 25 categories (including Adventure,
Crime Mystery, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Westerns, Thrillers, Martial Arts, Spy
Stories, Historical & Humour). Also a few non-fiction items. All as mp3 files.
However only files playing at 8 Kb/sec files are free. Requires registration, &
the supply of some personal information.
http:// www.audiobooksforfree.com

World - Other Languages,Regional and National

NB: If characters in non-Roman fonts do not display, you will need to configure
your browser to read them by setting the Font/Encoding Preferences.

African Digital Library


Addressing third world information imbalance by offering free access to anyone
living in Africa, this netLibrary-supported initiative lives at:
http://AfricaEducation.org/adl

New Free Apache e-books You can read these online in English, Apache, or in
parallel translation (for the latter two, download the Apache/Navajo font provided
onsite). Some tales have intriguing titles, such as
Coyote Misses Real Rabbit, The Woman Who Had Horse Power and The Foolish People
Acquire Coffee. http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/apache

Free Arabic e-books


UAE Yearbook 2002 in Arabic, French & English. Also UAE: A New Perspective.
Download each chapter separately, in PDF.
http://www.uaeinteract.com/uaeint_misc/pdf/index.asp

Mega-links site for Arab literature & culture.


http://www.arabsites.com/links/Arts...ties/Literature

New Free Belarusian e-books at the Belarusian e-Library. Offers Belarusian


literature in Belarusian, plus some English, German & other translations.
http://knihi.com

New Free Brasilian e-books More than sixty free titles from 26 authors, including
Jos�� de Alencar, Joaquim Maria Machado de Assis and Afonso Henrique da Lima
Barreto. All public domain books or with author permission. Available as downloads
for offline reading - formats include Word, PDF, RTF and some Palm PDB.
http://vbookstore.uol.com.br/nacional

New Some free Brasilian Law e- books in Portuguese, plus the Constitution of
Brasil in English. http://www.lifestylesbrazil.com/mod...oads&file=index

Free Chinese e-books Supplied by the New Threads Chinese Cultural Society, this
electronic library is
claimed to be the most complete web archive available of Chinese classic texts.
http://www.xys.org

http://www.dtnets.com/index.htm

Free Colombian e-books More than a dozen free Colombian e-books are available in
Spanish
from this site. Historical & literary topics predominate. Formatted for the Adobe
Reader.
http://www.epigrafe.com

Free Croatian e-books


New Classics of Croatian Literature. Major Croatian works up to the beginning of
the 20th century,
variously as online text, RTF or PDF files.
http://www.ffzg.hr/infoz/dzs/popis.htm

New Some free works by contemporary Croatian writers, to read online.


http://www.elektronickeknjige.com

Free Esperanto e-books eLibrejo. Over 270 books (both original and translated) in
Esperanto. For downloading in .pdf format. (Use the Adobe Reader software).
Subjects include fiction, poetry, theatre, religion, classic & historic works,
children's literature.
http://www.esperanto.nu/eLibrejo

New Free Farsi e-books Non-fiction online in HTML across a range of topics.
http://www.farsibooksonline.blogspot.com

Free French e-books


Biblioth��que nationale de France (National Library of France). "Sur les 30
millions de pages du fonds num��ris�� des imprim��s de la Biblioth��que nationale
de France, dont un peu plus du tiers rel��ve du XIXe si��cle, Gallica permet d��s
�� pr��sent d'acc��der �� quelques 2500 ouvrages num��ris��s en mode image,
compl��t��s par UN extrait de la base " Frantext " du CNRS qui permet la
consultation de plus de 250 volumes saisis en mode texte." http://gallica.bnf.fr

Biblioth��que Universelle (ABU). L'acc��s libre au texte int��gral d'oeuvres du


domaine public francophone sur Internet depuis 1993.
http://abu.cnam.fr

Bibliopolis. La biblioth��que des lettres : plus de 2000 ?uvres (sciences humaines


et litt��rature) en texte int��gral sont consultables. Grace au logiciel Trevi,
vous pourrez effectuer toutes les recherches possibles sur les auteurs, les ,,,
http://www.bibliopolis.fr

Le Chateau. Offers more than 100 electronic texts of classical French literature.
Offrant aussi Le Salon, rassemblant Des sites traitants de textes et auteurs
pr��sents dans le Chateau.
http://www.le-chateau.ilias.com

New Social sciences: many classic and contemporary Francophone social sciences
books. In Word, PDF and RTF formats. As of July 2004 the collection offers 954
original works from 361 different authors . Thanks to sociology professor Jean-
Marie Tremblay, the University of Qu��bec at Chicoutimi, & the Toulouse Academy of
France.
http://www.uqac.uquebec.ca/zone30/C...iences_sociales

Free German e-books


This free page of a German e-book store offers a few titles, mostly as PDF files.
http://www.ebooks.at/freebie.html

Ten free German titles


http://www.dibi.de/cgi-bin/ebook.storefront

New Free Hebrew e-books Project Ben-Yehuda aims to make the public domain classics
of Hebrew literature freely accessible to Hebrew readers, as searchable HTML
works. Note the browser requirements indicated in
the FAQ.
http://benyehuda.org

Free Hungarian e-books Large list of free Magyar elektronikus k?nyvt��rak


(Hungarian e-libraries) available at
http://www.mek.iif.hu/porta/virtual/magyar/ekonyvt

Free Italian e-books


Antologia della Letteratura Italiana. Novels, poetry, plays & other texts, both
classic & contemporary. In HTML, for reading online. Includes some Dante,
Boccaccio, St Francis of Assisi, Alessandro Manzoni and Enrico Maria Ferrari. An
initiative of Riccardo Scateni.
http://www.crs4.it/HTML/Literature.html

Free e-books in Italian. Yes, cost is null, zero, niente. Genres include novels,
poetry, classics, plays, biographies, horror & fantasy, &New Economy. In MS Reader
format only.
http://www.ebookgratis.it/

The Manuzio Project, a free Italian online book site.


http://www.liberliber.it/home/index.asp

New Ozoz. Classic texts in Italian, English and Latin. Available as HTML (versione
ipertestuale); RTF (ideale
per la stampa dei libri); TXT (puro testo): & for download zipped.
http://www.ozoz.it/cyberbooks.htm

Free Japanese e-books

New Aozora Bunko. More than 2000 works of copyright-free Japanese literature.
Various formats available, incl. HTML, download zips and Japanese e-book format.
http://www.aozora.gr.jp

Free Korean e-books


Digital Han'gukhak. From the Academy of Korean Studies.
http://www.koreandb.net

Kim Mun-gi's Classical Korean literature site.


http://bh.knu.ac.kr/%7Emkkim

Korean Poetry online


http://www.poet.co.kr/index.html

Free multilingual Literary e-books " E-books of criticism, essays, poetry, dramas,
translations in many languages which can be downloaded, printed, read for free."
In English, French, Portuguese, Romanian, Serbo-Croatian & Spanish. Italian,
Esperanto & Arabic also feature.
http://www.gallup.unm.edu/~smaranda...sLiterature.htm

Free Polish e-books


Polish literature online, thanks to the University of Gdansk.
http://monika.univ.gda.pl/~literat/index.htm

New Polska Biblioteka Internetowa. Includes classic Polish literature among its
collections, and Polish translations of famous works from other nations. In HTML.
http://www.pbi.edu.pl

Free Portuguese e-books


New Virtual Books. PDF downloads of titles from a goodly range of authors.
http://virtualbooks.terra.com.br/fr..._portugues1.htm

New Projecto Vercial has a few free books, for downloading as PDFs.
http://www.ipn.pt/literatura

Free Russian e-books


Biblioteka Agava, more online goodies.
http://www.biblioteka.agava.ru/index.htm

New Electronic Publications Library. Works from Chekov, Gogol, Pushkin, Tolstoy
and other famous
Russian authors. For Reading online in HTML. All in Russian.
http://public-library.narod.ru

Moshkov's Library. Hundreds of free e-books.


http://www.lib.ru

Books in Russian formatted for Palm OS devices in .prc format.


http://www.palmpc.ru/

Russian electronic environmental library.


http://www.ecoline.ru/books/index.htm

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