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Silva Rhetoricae: The Forest of Rhetoric
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Literary Studies


Literary Studies

  Literary Studies (General)
  Linguistics / Stylistics / Philology
  Early Modern Studies
  American Literature
See also the recommendations from the Humanities and Classical Studies

Literary Studies (General)

Washington State University Dept. of English
Listed under "Serious Links: Literature"
Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Düsseldorf
Listed under "Nachschlagewerke" (Reference Work)
Open University of Hong Kong
Electronic Library
Listed under "Electronic Resources"
University of North Carolina at Wilmington
William Madison Randall Library
Listed under "Literature Resources"
University of California, San Diego Social Sciences & Humanities Library
Listed uner "English-Language Literature Resources"
Wichita State University Libraries
Listed under "English"
Grinnell College (Iowa) Libraries
Listed under "Language and Literature"
Armstrong Atlantic State University General Studies Program
Listed under "Language, Literature, and Philosophy"
Tufts University English Department
Listed in Faculty Home page under "Resources for Research"
Listed in Graduate Program Resources under "Resources for Research"
Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand -- The Library
Listed under "Useful Websites - English and Media Studies / Language"
University of Dundee English Dept.
Listed under “Links Literary”
See also Literature Courses (General) for sites devoted to this field that reference Silva Rhetoricae: The Forest of Rhetoric

Linguistics / Stylistics / Philology

University of Tennessee-Martin, The Globe-Gate Project
Explication de Texte: French Literary Analysis @ Globe-gate
Listed under "English-Latin Language Resources"
Dutch Electronic Subject Service
Listed under "Rubriek: 17.62 algemene taalwetenschap: retorica, stilistiek" (general linguistics: rhetoric, stylistics)
Grinnell College (Iowa) Libraries
Listed under "Language and Literature"
Rhodes College, Memphis, Tennessee, Burrow Library
Listed among Linguistics Resources
Medfield (Massachusetts) Public Library: Virtual Reference Room
Listed Under "Selected References: Words"
RASK: Humanities and Social Sciences web portal
("RASK is a gateway to high quality web resources in the humanities, social sciences, law and gender studies. The target audience of RASK is students, researchers, teachers and librarians within the Swedish academic research and higher education community).
Listed under "Language and Linguistics -- General"
IPL -- The Internet Public Library (University of Michgan)
Listed under "Language & Linguistics"
Humbul Humanities Web
Listed under "Linguistics of Ancient and Classical Languages"
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Seminarium Philologiae Humanisticae
Listed under “Instruments for Neo-Latin Studies / Lexicographical, grammatical and stilistic aids”
Research Discovery Network, UK – Subject Publications
(“The RDN selects, catalogues and delivers high-quality Internet resources for further and higher education: the best of the Web.”)
Listed under “Internet Resources for English Studies / Language” (This booklet has been created by the Humbul Humanities Hub and The Higher Education Academy English Subject Centre.)
Hamburg University, Institut für Deutsche Gebärdensprache und Kommunikation Gehörloser
Listed under “English Language Studies Student Information: Websites”

Early Modern Studies

Nipissing University (North Bay, Ontario, Canada)
  Website of Professor Grant Williams
Resource for course, "Imagining Early Modern Worlds"
Listed under "The World of Learning: Rhetoric Sites"
Central Michigan University, College of Humanities and Social and Behavioral Sciences
  Website of Professor Kristen Mcdermott
Listed on her home page under "Useful links for students of medieval and early modern literature" and cited as "your definitive guide to rhetorical terms and figures of speech; indispensable for students of Early Modern Literature"
See also Renaissance Courses for sites devoted to this field that reference Silva Rhetoricae: The Forest of Rhetoric

American Literature

Washington State University
  American Literature Research Resource by Donna M. Campbell
Listed under "American Literature Sites / Misc. Resources"