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:
- Quotations (this post)
- Style & Grammar
- Word of the Day
- 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.
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.
These are YOUR quotations, my friends.
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