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Browse library resources for the study of Russian.
To search Ozhegov’s Russian dictionary, Zalizniak’s grammatical dictionary or Fasmer’s 4-volume etymological dictionary (separately or simultaneously) in several different encodings. Interface is complicated, but bonus is automatic linkage of word’s looked up in Zalizniak’s dictionary to a very large and detailed Soviet-era English-Russian, Russian-English dictionary. Better interface for searching the updated version of Ozhegov (Ozhegov and Shvedova) over here.
The innovative Oxford Language Dictionaries Online site offers essential language resources never before available online: fully searchable, completely comprehensive bilingual dictionaries, and unique study materials that provide extra help with learning and using an expanding range of languages.
The Gale Literature Resource Center provides basic information about an author or a playwright as well as literary criticism from journals. When you do a search on the author's name, the first tab of results will be a link to a biographical profile of his/her life and works, while the second tab will give links to literary criticism and other articles. Other tabs will lead to additional resources.
For statistics on a wide range of topics in all fields arranged A-Z (crime, demographics, children, labor, etc.) this Middlebury Libraries Statistics Guide has links to both national and international resources.