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Calvino, Italo

Italo Calvino. An introduction to Calvino.
Italo Calvino. Calvino e i Libri.
Italo Calvino, Wikipedia entry.
Italo Calvino. Outside the Town of Malbork. A Calvino website.
An interview with Calvino in Paris Review.
Gore Vidal on Calvino. The New York Times
Why Read the Classics?


Camus, Albert

An Albert Camus link directory from The Open Directory Project.
Albert Camus. Nobel Prize Archive
Albert Camus Society
Albert Camus. Resources on Camus, his life and work, as well as critical articles.
Albert Camus. Wikipedia

Capote, Truman

Truman Capote. In Cold Blood page.
Truman Capote, Wikipedia entry.
Truman Capote. Background information.

le Carré, John

John Le Carre Official Web Site.
John le Carre audio interview from Paris Review.
John le Carre. Wikipedia entry.
Smiley’s People.net

Carroll, Lewis (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson)

Lewis CarrollCarroll, Lewis. Lewis Carroll Society, USA.
Lewis Carroll. An Overview.
Lewis Carroll Society, U.K.
The original manuscript of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland at The British Library.
Lewis Caroll Wikipedia entry.
Lewis Carroll web directory from the Open Directory Project.
Lewis Carroll Discussion Forum
First editions of works by Lewis Carroll.
An article on Lewis Carroll in The Smithsonian.
The Hunting of the Snark, ebook with original illustrations.
The Hunting of the Snark, a blog.
The original Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland manuscript in The British Museum.
Alice in Wonderland etext.
Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, with illustrations by John Tenniel and commentary.
Alice in Wonderland, an interactive site.
Alice in Wonderland, read by John Gielgud
Jabberwocky
Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There
Through the Looking-Glass (PDF and other formats)
Through the Looking-Glass illustrations by John Tenniel.
Symbolic Logic

Carlyle, Thomas

Thomas Carlyle etexts at Project Gutenberg.

Carson, Anne

Anne Carson. The Poetry Foundation
Anne Carson. Wikipedia entry.

Carver, Raymond

Raymond Carver, Wikipedia entry.

Casanova, Giacomo

Casanova Magazine. News, articles, pictures, diaries, music, Casanova’s travels, Casanova in Venice, literature.
Casanova Research Page
The memoirs of Jacques Casanova de Seingalt. The unabridged London edition of 1894 translated by Arthur Machen.
Works by Giacomo Casanova. Project Gutenberg
Giacomo Casanova. Wikipedia entry.

Catullus

Works by Gaius Valerius Catullus. Project Gutenberg
Works by or about Catullus. Internet Archive
Works by Catullus. LibriVoxs
Public domain audiobooks
Catullus translations:
Catullus’s work in Latin and multiple (ten or more) modern languages, including scanned versions of every poem.
Catullusin Latin and English.s
Catullus Online:
Searchable Latin text, repertory of conjectures, and images of the most important manuscripts.
Catullus
Latin text, concordances and frequency list.

Cather, Willa

Willa Cather, Wikipedia entry.
Willa Cather. Works by Eilla Cather. Project Gutenberg
The Willa Cather Archive, The University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Willa Cather Pioneer Memorial and Educational Foundation in Red Cloud, Nebraska.


Celan, Paul (Paul Antschel)

Paul Celan. A Paul Celan website.
Todesfuge. Paul Celan. Audio recording of Celan reading. YouTube
Paul Celan. Introduction and list of works.
Paul Celan, Wikipedia entry.

Céline, Louis-Ferdinand

Louis-Ferdinand Céline. Wikipedia
A Gentler Céline. The New Yorker
Louis-Ferdinand Céline Collection
Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas
Society of Céline Studies
A French association which organizes international symposia on Céline.

Cervantes, Miguel de

Miguel de Cervantes. The Cervantes Project
Cervantes. Don Quixote  etext in English, translated by John Ormsby.
Cervantes, a Spanish site.
Cervantes biography.
Cervantes, Wikipedia entry.
Don Quixote discussion page.

Chandler, Raymond

Raymond Chandler, Wikipedia entry.

Chanson de Roland (anonymous)

Chanson de Roland (anonymous)
The_Song_of_Roland. Wikipedia
The Song of Roland. Project Gutenberg

Char, René

Rene Char. Wikipedia

Chaucer, Geoffrey

Geoffrey Chaucer. Links to Chaucer web pages.
Geoffrey Chaucer, Wikipedia entry.
Geoffrey Chaucer. Life and works.
Geoffrey Chaucer.org, an annoted guide to internet resources.
Chaucer Metapage. Chaucer WWW Resources.
The Canterbury Tales. Provides original text of the Canterbury Tales, hyperlinked glossary, and side-
by-side translations of most of the tales.
Canterbury Tales. A searchable database of the electronic text.

Cheever, John

John Cheever. Wikipedia entry.
John Cheever. Life, stories, books and internet links.

Chekhov, Anton Pavlovich

Anton Chekhov. Theatre History
Anton Chekhov. 201 Stories by Anton Chekhov
Anton Chekhov Page. A directory of Chekhov wrbpages.
Anton Chekhov. Biography and works. Online Literature.com
Anton Chekhov Wikipedia entry.
The Yalta Chekhov Campaign. The Campaign’s aim is the long-term preservation of the dacha in Yalta where Anton Chekhov lived at the end of his life.
Anton Chekhov Homepage. Chekhov web pages.
The Anton Chekhov Foundation
The goal of the Anton Chekhov Foundation (ACF) is to honour Chekhov’s literary and humanitarian legacy through a variety of cultural and charitable projects.

Chesterton, G. K.

 G K Chesterton. The American Chesterton Society
G K Chesterton. The G K Chesterton Webpage
G. K. Chesterton etexts at Project Gutenberg.
The Wit and Wisdom of G. K. Chesterton

Chopin, Kate

The Kate Chopin International Society website.
Kate Chopin webpage
Kate Chopin. Etexts from the University of Virginia Electronic Text Center.

Chrétien de Troyes

Chrétien de Troyes’s Le Chevalier de la Charrette (Lancelot, ca. 1180).

Christie, Agatha

Official Agatha Christie homepage.
Agatha Christie, Wikipedia entry.
The Hercule Poirot novels. Wikipedia
Hercule Poirot Central
The BBC Agatha Christie archives.
Greenway Estate, Devon

Churchill, Winston

Sir Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill. Churchill Online
Winston Churchill. A chronicle of Churchill’s life and times.

Cicero, Marcus Tullius

The Cicero Homepage. Texts in Latin.
Cicero extexts from The Internet Classics Archive.
Quotes with Cicero’s teachings on oratory
Links to Cicero resources.
Works by Cicero. Project Gutenberg
Works of Cicero. The Latin Library
Cicero’s works: texts, concordances, frequency list.
Critical Editions and Translations of the Philosophical Works of Cicero
Cicero, Wikipedia entry.

Clare, John

John Clare, Wikipedia entry.
John Clare Homepage

Clarke, Arthur C

Arthur C. Clarke. Overviews, list of works.
Arthur C Clarke, Wikipedia entry.
Arthur C Clarke discussion forum. 

Le Clezio, Jean-Marie Gustave

J.M.G. Le Clézio (1940-)
The Nobel Prize in Literature 2008
J.M.G. Le Clézio
JMG Le Clézio. Guardian
Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clezio, Wikipedia entry.

Cocteau, Jean

Jean Cocteau. Official Site
Jean Cocteau, Wikipedia entry.
Musee Jean Cocteau, Menton
Jean Cocteau. Biography, bibliography, filmography.

Coelho, Paulo

Paulo Coelho’s site.
Paulo Coelho’s blog.

Coetzee, J. M. (John Maxwell)

J M Coetzee.  New York Times reviews.
J M Coetzee. Review from Guardian, UK.
J. M. Coetzee, BBC Nobel Prize report.
J M Coetzee, Nobel Prize Archive

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor

Samuel Taylor Coleridge etexts at Project Gutenberg.
The Poems of Samuel Taylor Coleridge
The Poems of Samuel Taylor Coleridge (PDF)
Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Wikipedia entry.
Archival material relating to Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Friends of Coleridge Society
Kubla Khan

Collins, Billy

Billy Collins poems, internet lnks, news.
Billy Collins. The Academy of American Poets
Billy Collins. Cortland Review
Collins, Wilkie. Wilkie Collins etexts at Project Gutenberg.

Collins, Wilkie

The Wilkie Collins website
The Wilkie Collins information site. 
Wilkie Collins Articles and reviews at The Guardian.
Wilkie Collins, Wikipedia entry.
Works by Wilkie Collins at Project Gutenberg.
The Woman in White

Colonna, Francesco

Bibliography and list of woodcuts.

Compton-Burnett, Ivy

Ivy Compton-Burnett
Ivy Compton-Burnett, Wikipedia entry.

Congeave, William

William Congreve
William Congreve. Wikipdia entry.
William Congreve. Project Gutenberg etexts.
Williiam Congreve. Theatre History

Conrad, Joseph

Works by or about Joseph Conrad. Internet Archive, Google Books.
Works by Joseph Conrad. Project Gutenberg
Works by Joseph Conrad. The Online Books page
Works by or about Joseph Conrad, in libraries.
Works by Joseph Conrad. Librivox
Joseph Conrad. Wikipedia entry.
The Joseph Conrad Society of America
The Joseph Conrad Society (UK)
Joseph Conrad. A list of online texts from The Open Directory Project.
Heart of Darkness
Nostromo, a Tale of the Seaboard
Essays and annotated text for Nostromo.
Nostromo at Google books.
Analysis and Commentary. Modernism Lab Essays

Corneille, Pierre

Pierre Corneille website. Theatre History
Works by Pierre Corneille. Project Gutenberg
Le Cid 

Corso, Gregory

Gregory Corso. A tribute.
Gregory Corso. Modern American Poetry
Gregory Corso. Academy of American Poets

Crace, Jim

Jim Crace, a dedicated website.
Jim Crace. Wikipedia entry.
Jim Crace. The British Council site.
Jim Crace, Guardian article archive.

Crane, Hart

Hart Crane. Academy of American Poets
Hart Crane Wikipedia entry.

Crane, Stephen

Stephen Crane e-texts held at the University of Virginia Electronic Text Center.
Stephen Crane. The Stephen Crane Society
Stephen Crane, Wikipedia entry.

de Crescenzo, Luciano

Luciano de Crescenzo’s Homepage

Creeley, Robert

Robert Creeley Homepage. Poems, collaborations, writings interviews, video & sound.
Robert Creeley. Robert Creeley Interview.
Robert Creeley, Wikipedia entry.
Robert Creeley. Academy of American Poets

Cummings, E E (Edwin Estlin)

E. E. Cummings. Poems and links to E E Cummings websites.
E. E. Cummings poems and quotes on the web.
E E Cummings, Wikipedia entry.