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Other sources for eBooks:
Alex Catalogue of Electronic Texts - Collection of public domain documents from American and English literature as well as Western philosphy.
classicbookshelf.com - This site has a built-in reader that allows users to change background, font color, font size and font spacing for easier reading of the public domain works in its library. No download required.
How to find free books for your Nook in the Barnes & Noble shop - There are lots of free ebooks in the Barnes & Noble shop and this video helps you learn how to find them.
The On-Line Books Page - Index of over 16,000 on-line books free for personal non-commercial use.
Project Gutenberg - Fine literature digitally re-published, with over 3000 classic books that can be downloaded.
University of Virginia Library Electronic Centers - Approximately 70,000 on and off-line humanities texts in 13 languages. Provided by the University of Virginia
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