Sir Thomas Browne

Texts of several of Browne's works. Maintained by James Eason of the University of Chicago.

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John Donne Society

Conferences on Donne, calls for papers, registration forms, programs, and newsletters.

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The Walter Scott Digital Archive

Biography, works, image database, and information on collections at the Edinburgh University Library.

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Dictionary of Old English Project at the University of Toronto

Explains the purpose of the dictionary and the methods used to build it. Includes a list of DOE publications, DOE research tools, yearly progress reports, and links to other dictionaries, projects, and resources. Also provides limited free access to DOE entries and the DOE Web Corpus (20 logins per year).and unlimited paid access.

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Anglo-Saxon Narrative Poetry Project

Provides modern English translations of Old English poems. By Aaron Hostetter. Work in progress.

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Fontes Anglo-Saxonici

Aims to identify all written sources which were incorporated, quoted, translated or adapted anywhere in English or Latin texts written by Anglo-Saxon authors. Database includes search engine.

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English Broadside Ballad Archive (UCSB)

A database of seventeenth-century English broadside ballads containing transcriptions and facsimile copies of the originals which are fully searchable.

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