American and English Literature Collection (OhioLINK)Subcollections in this database include African-American Poetry 1700-1900; 20th Cent. African-American Poetry; American Poetry 1600-1900; 20th Cent. American Poetry; English Poetry; 20th Cent. English Poetry; American Drama; English Prose Drama 1280-1915; English Verse Dramas 13th-19th Centuries; Early American Fiction 1774-1850; 18th Cent. Fiction 1700-1800; Bibliography of American Literature; Editions and Adaptations of Shakespeare; and William Butler Yeats Collection.
American DramaNow offered as part of the American and English Literature Collection (OhioLINK). Currently contains more than 700 plays from over 300 dramatists of American dramatic literature from 1714 to the present.
American Poetry Database 1600-1900Now offered as part of the American and English Literature Collection (OhioLINK). A collection of 1,200 books and anthologies of early American poetry providing access to 40,000 poems of American writers from the 17th to the early 20th century. This database contains the works of all major American poets, including Emily Dickinson, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Phillis Wheatley, Walt Whitman, and John Greenleaf Whittier. It also covers many less familiar names.
Editions and Adaptations of ShakespeareIncludes the complete text of eleven major editions of Shakespeare's works, from the First Folio (1623) to the Cambridge edition of 1863-6. Now offered as part of the American and English Literature Collection (OhioLINK).
English Poetry 600-1900Now offered as part of the American and English Literature Collection (OhioLINK). Contains the full text of over 175,000 poems by over 1,400 poets from British Commonwealth and ex-colonial countries, between the years 600 and 1900. This database contains the full text of over 4400 poetry collections listed in the New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature.
English Verse DramaNow offered as part of the American and English Literature Collection (OhioLINK). Full text of more than 2,200 works of poetry intended for the stage by over 500 named authors and over 300 anonymous works, from the Shrewsbury Fragments of the late thirteenth century through the Elizabethan and Jacobean periods to the end of the nineteenth century.