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English Studies and Creative Writing: Digital literature collections
Early European Books traces the history of printing in Europe from its origins to the end of the seventeenth century. It provides full text access to materials from up to the end of the seventeenth century. Strathclyde has access to Early European Books Collections 1 to 4 on the ProQuest platform.
Full text or page images of over 400,000 books published in England from 1475 to 1900. The service includes EEBO (Early English Books Online), ECCO (Eighteenth Century Collections Online), Nineteenth Century Books from the British Library Collection, and also the UK Medical Heritage Library.
More than 80 volumes of poetry by approximately 50 Irish women writing between 1768-1842. It also includes biographical and critical essays. See also Scottish Women Poets of the Romantic Period and Romanticism Redefined.
Nineteenth Century UK Periodicals provides access to over 180 British periodicals from the nineteenth century. The entire text of the periodicals is available meaning that you can search for features within the periodicals such as poems, advertisements, recipes and more. The periodicals are wide-ranging and include those relating to: literature, science, travel, trade, music, sport and hobbies, politics, social reform, architecture, children's periodicals and economics. You can either search Nineteenth Century UK Periodicals on its own here, or with other primary sources using Gale Primary Sources.
Access to the complete works of Ben Jonson alongside an extensive critical and documentary archive. This resource provides access to Jonson's plays, court masques and entertainments, poems, prose and letters. It is possible to search this resource using either old English spelling, or modern spelling. This resource was purchased through the generosity of Keith Wright Endowment Fund.
Strathclyde has access to a collection of electronic books within the Manchester Gothic Collection. The Collection also contains access to Gothic Studies, the official journal of the International Gothic Association. Topics included in this collection include literature, film, television, theatre and visual arts dating from the eighteenth century to the present day. Records for the titles we can access can be found via SUPrimo.
Please follow 'Authentication note' instructions against individual eBook records in SUPrimo.