Online texts of Medieval literature, including works by Chaucer, Langland, Margery Kempe, Malory; Sir Gawain, Everyman and the Wakefield mystery plays.
Labyrinth Library: ME
Library for Middle English electronic texts, including several anonymous pieces, Chaucer's works, Dunbar, Gower, Henryson, and Langland.
Corpus of Middle English Prose and Verse
The University of Michigan's Corpus of ME Prose and Verse. Use the search feature to find all occurrences of a word in ME literature and read passages from those works. Middle English works can also be opened from the site's bibliography.
The Chaucer MetaPage
Chaucer site that gives bibliographic information, suggests links for finding Chaucer's works online and for commentaries on each fragment of the Canterbury Tales. Also has audio files of selections from the Canterbury Tales.
Harvard's Chaucer Page
Bibliographic information, a synopsis of most of the Canterbury Tales, and a Middle English pronunciation and grammar page. Also has works from Chaucer's contemporaries, such as William Langland, John Gower, and John Lydgate, and information of Middle English life, manners, science, and literary subjects.
University of Virginia's E-Text Center: Middle English
Access to many Middle English works online. Chaucer's Troilus and Creseyde and the Canterbury Tales are available, as is Langland's Piers Plowman and works by Dunbar, Gower, and Henryson.