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Poety na stikhii
One of the best sources for Russian poetry on the Internet. Each entry has a chronology of works, critical and biographical information and, in many instances, the complete oeuvre.
Each and every word in this website is "hotlinked" to a vocabulary translator and grammar. Includes most classics of Russian literature: War and Peace, Anna Karenina, The Brothers Karamazov, Crime and Punishment, We, Quiet Flows the Don, Doctor Zhivago, Master and Margarita, just to name a few. Teachers may also create their own anthologies of Russian literary texts.
Public Electronic Library
The policy of this site is to provide works by authors where there are no copyright issues. The site is growing quickly. Currently you can go here for works by most of the major writers of the 19th century. Included as well are works by Bulgakov, Blok, Esenin and others.
From the Ends to the Beginning: A Bilingual Anthology of Russian Verse
Produced by the Department Slavic Languages and Literatures at Northwestern University, this web anthology includes a selection of 250 works by Russia's leading poets from the 18th century to the present. Included as well are some 75 rare recordings of poetry readings by Akhmatova, Mayakovsky, Mandelshtam, Pasternak, et al.
Early 20th Century Russian Drama
Also produced by the Slavic Department at Northwestern: "An overview of the directors, designers, artists and playwrights in Russia who shaped modern drama during the first two decades of the twentieth century. Web site is dedicated to the Russian theater of Stanislavsky and Meyerhold, Chekhov, Mayakovsky and Bulgakov, Malevich and Tatlin, Stravinsky and Shotakovich."
Soviet Literature at
One of the best websites devoted to Soviet Literature. Well researched and well written, contains summaries of most of the major works of the era, as well as biographies of most of the writers.Excellent "Links Page," which includes online resources for Silver Age writers like Blok, Bely and Akhmatova. Witty "Comrade of the Month" feature.
Babylon - Modern Russian Literature
A Virtual Library Site. Russian Only.
A giant search engine/gateway listing most of the books available in Russian on Russian servers. (Many of the books are Russian translations of modern foreign language texts.)
Electronic Library 
An extensive collection of books in Russian (any genre).
A server designed to combine information about the best literature resources of the Russian Internet. It also houses the journal Slovesnost'. In Russian.
Moshkov Library
An extensive collection of Russian e-texts in Russian.
The National Library of Russia
Online exhibits, extensive catalogues, bibliographies, etc. All information is available in English and in Russian.
Open Russian Electronic Library
A giant gateway for Russian texts on the web.
Risunok Akvarel'iu
Silver Age Library. An academic collection of literary texts in Russian. Mainly poetry.
Serebrianogo Veka Siluet
A great site about the Silver Age. Literature, music, bibliography, images, criticism, etc. In Russian.
Zhurnal'nyi Zal
A Collection of Russian Literary Journals. In Russian.
The Pushkin Center
Information about the Pushkin Center of the UW-Madison Department of Slavic Languages.  The database allows scholars unusually in-depth keyword searches and contains over 8000 works of secondary literature on Pushkin as well as numerous translations and rare editions of the poet's work.  The database itself can be directly accessed:  Pushkin Center Searchable Database
Glas New Russian Writing
The Complete Works of Dostoevsky
Courtesy of Petrozavodsk State University.
Russian Poets of the 20th Century
Tolstoy Library

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