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Lists of books

This is a summary of lists of books that have articles on WorldHeritage, organized by various criteria. For listing of bibliographies on WorldHeritage, see .


  • General lists 1
  • Selective lists 2
  • Subject lists 3
    • People 3.1
  • Writer lists 4
  • Series lists 5
  • Lists of fictional books 6
  • Lists of manuscripts 7
  • Mixed media lists 8
  • Lists by setting 9
  • See also 10
  • Further reading 11
  • External links 12

General lists

Selective lists

Subject lists


Writer lists

Series lists

Lists of fictional books

Lists of manuscripts

Mixed media lists

Lists that include books:

Lists by setting

See also

Other lists:

Further reading

External links

  • Online Books Page List of over 30,000 books (as of February 2008) in English and their urls where any and all may be obtained for free.
  • Internet Public Library Another list of internet books, not just English, all free.
  • Online Books Page list of archives A list of other entire book archives, such as:
  • Project Gutenberg 45,000 (August 2014) books all at one site and growing daily.
  • Wikisource: a repository of source texts in any language with wiki syntax.
  • Libraries Australia - list of books (and other things) in 800+ Australian library collections
  • Library of Congress catalog a list of books
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