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This guide will introduce you to resources that you can use when studying English literature.
To evaluate a source to see if it is appropriate for your work, examine its currency, relevance, authority, accuracy, and purpose. For more information, take a look at this Evaluating Sources guide by Nova Southeastern University Library.
The goal of A Celebration of Women Writers is to comprehensively list online editions of works by women writers, and resources about women writers, which are freely readable online.Edited by Mary Mark Ockerbloom.
EEBO-TCP is a partnership with ProQuest and with more than 150 libraries to generate highly accurate, fully-searchable, encoded texts corresponding to books from the Early English Books Online Database.
Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship) is a scholarly organization devoted to forging links between the material archive of the nineteenth century and the digital research environment of the twenty-first.
Representative Poetry Online, version 3.0, includes 4,700 English poems by 723 poets from Caedmon, in the Old English period, to the work of living poets today. It is based on Representative Poetry, established by Professor W. J. Alexander of University College, University of Toronto.