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Online References, Part 3: Quotations

There are a lot of online reference resources out there. In this short series, I'm going to highlight just some of them. Here are the primary types I'll take a look at:

  1. Dictionaries
  2. Thesauri
  3. Quotations (this post)
  4. Style & Grammar
  5. Word of the Day
  6. Fun With Words

Ancient Greek Quotes
Quotes from Ancient Greece.

Bartleby Dictionary of Quotations
From Ancient and Modern, English and Foreign Sources.

Bartleby Familiar Quotations
A Collection of Passages, Phrases, and Proverbs Traced to Their Sources in Ancient and Modern Literature.

Nicely indexed site for quotes. Quotes
Organized by subject and author.
A one quote per page sort of deal.

Goodreads Popular Quotes
Popular quotes based on member input.

Quotes from literature.

The Quotations Page
Name kind of says it all.
Kinda like a Sugar Daddy, except this is a Quotes Daddy.

Quotes from the Middle Ages
A list of sources for medieval quotations.
A scrolling list of quotes right in the middle of the page. Not a good design at all.

YourDictionary Quotes
These are YOUR quotations, my friends.

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