If you’ve ever wanted to read the great writers like Cervantes and Dostoevsky in their original language, but have been hampered by your single-linguisticism, you owe it to yourself to head over to The Polyglot Project.
The Polyglot Project lets you read great literature in its original language–and double-click a word if you don’t know it. There are around 150 titles, including authors like Aristotle, Dante, Voltaire, and Chekhov.
The site should especially appeal to those in the process of learning a new language (as well as linguistic nerds). Is there a more entertaining way to learn German than by reading Kafka?