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Anthology of PoetryCORNUCOPIA of PROSE (and drama and verse). If it's prose you're after, don't let the site name put you off. I won't try to number the writers featured - go and have a look! Download FREE e-books (e.g. complete Jane Austen, complete Edgar Allan Poe!). For lovers of literature, this site is a paradise!
The Thomas Hardy Short Story PageDownloadable texts of 55 short stories by Hardy, published in the late 19th-early 20th centuries. Yet another 'labour-of-love' site offering a great service to lovers of good literature
Irish Literature DownloadsFree downloads of work by Wilde, Swift, Synge, Shaw and Stoker, available in TXT and RTF formats. Also short stories to read on-line (by Plunkett, Behan, O'Flaherty, O'Connor and Friel). More in the pipeline
Dubliners by James JoyceThe wonderful collection of 15 short stories
Gulliver's TravelsFull text of the 18th century classic by the man who visited Newry and was distinctly underwhelmed ...
Aghostwriter's NestFeel like a good read? In the mood for Romance? Want to write an on-line novel? Follow the link!
For Quotation freaksBartlett's Familiar and Unfamiliar Quotations from many authors


Don't expect any pretty graphics on the following links - just thousands of on-line texts, including poetry. I won't even try to suggest the range ('authors from A-Z' might come close... :) )

* On-line Books Initiativebooks...books...books... directory lists... click and go!
The Internet Public Library7000+ titles (not all full texts)... AND a free enquiry service provided by HUMANS!!
The On-line Books Page10000+ titles!
James Joyce resourcesJames Joyce goldmine!
Bartleby Librarymore books...books...books...
The Literature Network95 authors - just about every great classic novel you can think of - and poetry too!

When you've finished reading that lot, I'll add some more links...

'Mr Henderson' - a short story by Giles Osborne