Ongoing Hypertext Projects


Henry Adams,
The Education of
Henry Adams

Jane Addams,
My Twenty Years
at Hull House


Sherwood Anderson,
Winesburg, Ohio


Edward Bellamy,
Looking Backward


James Branch
Cabell,

Jurgen

Charles Brockden Brown,
Wieland
&
Carwin the Biloquist
Stephen Crane,
Red Badge
of Courage
Crevecoeur
Letters from an
American Farmer

Charles Dickens
American Notes

Theodore Dreiser
Sister Carrie
R.W.Emerson,
Representative Men

Madison, et al
The
Federalist Papers

Joel Chandler Harris
Uncle Remus

Dubose Heyward
Porgy

Thomas Wentworth
Higginson,
Negro Spirituals
Harriet Jacobs
Incidents in the Life
of a Slave Girl

Thomas Jefferson
Notes on the
State of Virginia
D.H. Lawrence,
Studies in
Classic American
Literature

Charlotte Lennox
Life of Harriot
Stuart
David Levin
History as
Romantic Art

Lewis & Clark
Journals

Sinclair Lewis,
Babbitt

Herman Melville,
The Confidence Man:
His Masquerade
Francis Parkman,
The Oregon Trail

Edgar Allan
Poe
Selected Tales

Mary Anne Sadlier,
Bessy Conway; or
The Irish Girl in America

GilbertSeldes,
The 7 Lively Arts

Upton Sinclair,
The Jungle


H. N. Smith
Virgin Land

T.G. Steward (?)
A Charleston
Love Story
Harriet Beecher Stowe,
Uncle Tom's Cabin
H.D. Thoreau.
Walden

Alexis
de Tocqueville,
Democracy
in America
Frederick Jackson
Turner,
The Frontier in
American History


Alan Trachtenberg,
The Incorporation
of America

Sojurner Truth
The Narrative
of
Sojurner Truth
Marketing Twain
Sam Clemens
as
Mark Twain
Mark Twain
on Stage
Mark Twain,
A Connecticut Yankee
Mark Twain,
Huckleberry Finn
Mark Twain,
Innocents Abroad
Mark Twain,
Puddn'head Wilson
Mark Twain,
Tom Sawyer
Mark Twain,
Tom Sawyer
Thorstein Veblen,
Theory of the
Leisure Class

Booker T.
Washington
Up from Slavery

Max Weber,
Protestan Ethic and the
Spirit of Capitalism
Harriet Wilson,
Our Nig

WPA
American
Slave Narratives
WPA
Guide to the
Old Dominion

Hypertexts @ Virginia
We do not now intend to develop these texts further. Each is a useful resource as it stands; some are at an earlier stage of their potential development than others. We hope other Americanists will take charge of them and move them toward whatever might be their next incarnation.