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Link Bodleian Library BODcasts

Podcasts from the Bodleian Library, Oxford. Includes talks on literature and literary manuscripts.

Manuscripts, Books, Romantic, Early modern, Renaissance, Drama, Poetry, Fiction, Letters view
Link Cambridge English Renaissance Electronic Service (CERES)

A resource for English Renaissance studies, including links to online workshops and research. Hosted by the Faculty of English at the University...

Renaissance, Manuscripts, Poetry, Letters, Prose, Analysis, Criticism view
Link From Goslar to Grasmere: William Wordsworth Electronic Manuscripts

Multimedia educational site and online collection of Wordsworth’s letters and manuscripts. Includes some searchable texts, commentary, and...

William Wordsworth, Romantic, Nineteenth-century, Poetry, Letters, Manuscripts view
Link Haphazard: A Manuscript Resource for Spenser Studies

Part of the Cambridge English Renaissance Electronic Service (CERES) project. A collection of annotated texts, transcriptions of letters, and...

Edmund Spenser, Renaissance, Manuscripts, Prose, Letters, Poetry view
Link Milton

Online course on John Milton's works by Professor John Rogers (Yale University). Includes video lectures.

Renaissance, Poetry, Prose, Letters, Milton view
Link Sidneiana

Part of the Cambridge English Renaissance Electronic Service (CERES) project. A multimedia archive of materials related to Sir Philip Sidney and...

Sir Philip Sidney, Manuscripts, Poetry, Letters, Renaissance view
Link Swirls and Secrets: The Mysteries of Jonathan Swift’s Love Letters

Podcast on Swift’s letters, part of the Oxford Abridged Short Talks series.

Jonathan Swift, Letters, Language, Eighteenth-century, Analysis view
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