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|Paper, Leather, Clay and Stone|
Includes information on writing surfaces before paper (stone, cuneiform tablets, coins, wood, papyrus, parchment, bark, leaves), historical and reference works, banned books, and chapbooks.
|The Russian Avant-Garde Book, 1910-1934|
Includes images of books created by Russian avant-garde writers and artists, and books featuring innovative use of typography and themes of Judaica.
|Archive Journeys: Bloomsbury|
Provides insight into the art, ideas, lifestyle and relationships of Vanessa Bell, Duncan Grant and Roger Fry. includes a timeline, biographies, and information about members, lifestyle and beliefs, and influence.
|British and American Romaticism|
Annotated links to course syllabi, information, bibliographies, faculty and other Web sites related to British and American Romanticism.
|English Literature and Religion|
Bibliographic database of the religious aspects and backgrounds of English literature from the Middle Ages to the present. Emphasis is on the Anglican tradition and the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries.
|English Renaissance in Context|
Access to major texts of the English Renaissance in their original versions.
|Paperback Revolution, The|
A history of paperback books from 1935 and 1960. Includes an animated timeline, a virtual paperback rack with a gallery of covers and the first few pages of each book.
|Prehispanic Literature of Mexico|
Introduction to literature in Mexico before the Spanish conquest, including the Náhuatl literature of the Aztecs with biographies of known authors of songs and poems. Available in Spanish and English.
|Reading Women Writers and African Literatures|
Overview site on French-speaking women writers from African countries, including bibliographies of their works, biographies, and interviews. Available in French and English.
Devoted to the study of Romantic-period literature and culture. Offers an archive of edited, peer-reviewed texts from the era.
Features manuscript pages and printed pages of Old Icelandic literature and critical works published before 1900. From the National and University Library of Iceland and Cornell University.
|Was Bleibt?: German Prose (East and West) Since 1945|
Discussion of German prose focusing on twenty-four writers, with a brief summary of one work from each. Available in English, German and Russian.
|Web of American Trancendentalism|
Sections include authors and texts; roots and influences; ideas and thought; criticism; resources amd bibliographies.
|Women Writers Resource Project|
Collection of edited and unedited texts by women writing in English from the 17th century through the 19th century, including prose, poetry, and drama by Caucasian, Native American, and Black women.