Columbia Digital Library
Digital Library Collections By
Subject: Literature: 17th-18th Centuries Present Era
Includes the Enlightenment.
See also earlier and later centuries
General Works names of languages (for example,
Technology and Women.
- Bibliothèque Virtuelles Humanistes. Tours, France: Université François-Rabelais. Digital facsimile collection of works published between the early 1500s and 1600s that can be searched or browsed a variety of ways. Date accessed: 2004-08-22. Date added: 2004-08-22.
- Digital Facsimiles and
through HAMNET. Washington, DC: Folger Shakespeare Library.
Partial and complete digital facsimiles of works by William Shakespeare, Edmund
Spenser, and Thomas Trevelyon in the 16th and 17th centuries. Date accessed:
2004-08-24. Date added: 2004-08-24.
Resources (Compiled by Jack Lynch hosted by Rutgers
University). Includes links arranged alphabetically by author to
electronic texts from over 12 different public-access Web
Studies (Written by Geoffrey Sauer maintained by the
18th-century studies group, Carnegie Mellon University). Guide
and links to full-text works (fiction and non-fiction) in
various formats from and about the 18th century. Many of the
foreign language works are only available in English
translation, but some works are only available in their original
- Retrospektive Digitalisierung
wissenschaftlicher Rezensionsorgane und Literaturzeitschriften des 18. und 19. Jahrhunderts aus dem deutschen Sprachraum. Biefeld,
Germany: Bibliothek, Universität Biefeld.
Full-text searchable or browsable collection of German language science
and literary magazines. Several  of these magazines reported on global
events from a German perspective. Date added: 2002-09-04. Date updated:
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