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NAAF Project Time Line     View
"Notable events in the Holocaust presented by year. Go to any year of the Time Line, experience and learn about the events leading up to and during the Holocaust."

The Edith Wharton Society     View
This site offers a FAQ and student queries archive, plot summaries and discussion questions, conference announcements, calls for papers, and a section for scholarly questions. Also provides selected works online, a filmography, bibliography of new bo ...

F. Scott Fitzgerald, Centenary     View
This searchable site discusses his writings, his life, and his relationships with other writers of the twentieth century. It includes a biography, chronology, quotations, full texts of selected stories, and images. The site draws extensively on the F ...

The Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park     View
This site covers all aspects of Hemingway's life and work, including a chronology, writings, awards, quotes, photographs, and links to related sites.

The Wallace Stegner Environmental Center     View
Information about the author of "Angle of Repose" and the environmental center, whose purpose "is not only to inspire understanding and appreciation of the natural world and global environment, but to provide a focal point for informed ...

The Willa Cather Electronic Archive     View
This excellent site provides "digital editions of Cather texts and scholarship free to the public as well as creating a large amount of unique, born-digital scholarly content."

Electronic Poetry Center (EPC)     View
This gateway to resources in electronic poetry and poetics, based at State University of New York at Buffalo, focuses on contemporary experimental poetry. It is a combination library, scholarly forum, information clearinghouse, and digital poetry pub ...

H.D. (Hilda Doolittle)     View
This site is a comprehensive and well-organized site for the American writer Hilda Doolittle (H.D.) who lived much of her life in Europe and along with Ezra Pound and Richard Aldington founded the Imagist movement in poetry. The site has biographical ...

Dr. Seuss National Memorial at the Quadrangle     View
The Springfield, Mass., tribute to a native son. The site has a biography of Dr. Seuss (Theodor Seuss Geisel), photographs of the memorial garden, an events calendar, and a commercial page with more biographical data and art samples.

French Literary Icon Sagan Dies     View
News article about the September 2004 death of French novelist Francoise Sagan. "Sagan published her first and best-known work 'Bonjour Tristesse' — an anthem to disillusioned youth — in 1954 at the age of just 18." Includes an ove ...



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