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- Homer's Iliad and Odyssey
- the histories of Herodotus and Thucydides
- Virgil's Aeneid
- Plato's Republic
- The Hippocratic Oath
- The Frogs by Aristophanes
- Aristotle's Poetics
- Antigone by Sophocles
- the Perseus Project, at Tufts University
- Christian Classics Ethereal Library
- the Classics FAQ (from sci.classics)
- the Byrn Mawr Medieval Review and Classical Review
- the Internet Book Information Center has pointers to electronic texts and reference works from around the world, online libraries, and information about publishers and booksellers
- Project Gutenberg master index
- the Electronic Text Center at University of Virginia offers a number of searchable public collections, including a large modern English collection
- CMU Books Online, listed by title and by author
- Online Book Initiative
- City of Bits, the first full-text, interactive book published simultaneously on the Web (from the MIT Press)
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