Update February 2017: the Classic Literature Library is under going a long overdue update to move the site into a content management system (WordPress: visitors can comment on literature etc…). During the update various sections of the site won’t be as easily accessible (links will be missing) until they are added to the new system.
Thanks for your patience
David Cameron Law
William Shakespeare – The Complete Literary Works of William Shakespeare, 42 plays, poems and The Sonnets from the bard himself. You will also find 11 Plays attributed in part to William Shakespeare and 19 of Shakespeare’s plays/books translated to German.
Jules Verne – The Complete Literary Works of Jules Verne. This French Author is best known for such classics as Around the World in 80 Days and 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. The Jules Verne site includes most of Verne’s books in both the original French and English translations and we even found a few Dutch translations!
Wilkie Collins – The Complete Literary Works of Wilkie Collins, a close friend to Charles Dickens, this classic literature author is the creator of one of the finest English detective novels the Moonstone.
Charles Darwin – The Complete Works of Charles Darwin’s classic scientific literature, including this British Authors most famous and controversial work in the field of Evolution: The Origin of Species by means of Natural Selection.
Mark Twain – The Complete Literary Works of Mark Twain. This classic American Author AKA Samuel Langhorne Clemens is best known for the sequel to Tom Sawyer: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (1884). The Classic Literature Library received the DMOZ Cool Site Award for this part of our literature website.
Fairy Tales and Children’s Literature – The works of L. Frank Baum, including The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and the entire Oz series (over 20 books). You will also find the works of Lewis Carroll, including the classic children’s book Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass.
Italian Books – I’m learning Italian and what better way to learn than from Classic Italian Books. Ok there is a better way, travel through Italy and immerse yourself in the culture and language, if only I had the time.