Links to some of the best resources on Russian literature, folklore, anthologies, and library services in Russian and English.
I. RUSSIAN LANGUAGE RESOURCES
Maksim Moshkov's Digital library, giving access to untold numbers of Russian literary texts, humor, poetry, etc. An enormous collection - likely the most popular Russian lit resource on the Web.
Fundamental Digital Library of Russian Literature and Folklore: http://feb-web.ru/index.htm
The Fundamental Digital Library of Russian Literature and Folklore (FEB-web) is a full-text digital resource. FEB-web accumulates information in text, audio, visual, and other forms on 11th-20th-century Russian literature, Russian folklore, and the history of Russian literary scholarship and folklore studies.
Litera.ru brings together information on the best literary Russian Internet resources: digital libraries, reviews of the book news, literary competitions and much more.
Russian Virtual Library: http://www.rvb.ru/np/
The Russian Virtual Library ("Russkaia Virtual'naia Biblioteka", RVB) is a non-commercial humanitarian project. RVB is an academic digital library whose aim is electronic publication of both classical and contemporary works of Russian literature on the Web and CD-ROMs. All publications are based on authentic sources and provided with academic commentaries.
Online full-text library of many classics of Russian literature in the public domain, including both prose and poetry; it also includes short biographies and portraits of the authors.
Reading Room at Gramota.ru: http://gramota.ru/biblio/reading/
Lomonosov Moscow State University Faculty of History Electronic Recourses Library : http://www.hist.msu.ru/ER/index.html
The Electronic Resources Library from MGU, provides full-text access to a number of Russian history sources, from the 17th through 20th centuries. There are also links to other online sources outside this virtual library. The site is in Russian and English versions, while the source texts themselves are in Russian or Old Russian.
From Tartu State University
II. RUSSIAN & ENGLISH
From Ends to the Beginning: A Bilingual Anthology of Russian Verse: http://www.russianpoetry.net
Facing texts of Russian originals and new, professional English translations of 250 poems
Conradish.net is built for admirers of classic Russian literature in the English-speaking world who desire to read their favorite works in the original language. It began life as a student project nearly a decade ago in 1997. At first, only a handful of short stories were available. Over time the corpus slowly grow to include the works of all major authors from the Golden Era.