UNT Microform Literary Texts and Bibliographies | Microforms

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Title: UNT Microform Literary Texts and BibliographiesAdd to your cart.
ID: 03/
Extent: 20.0 Microfilm Reels
Languages: English, Spanish;Castilian

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Abstract

The Microforms Department has literary texts and bibliographies covering material from the earliest medieval manuscripts up through modern texts.

Administrative Information

Repository: Microforms
Access Restrictions: All microforms are for library use only.
Technical Access Note: Equipment required to read, copy, or digitally scan microforms is available in the Microforms Department.

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Item 10: English Literary Periodicals SeriesAdd to your cart.

Abstract:

Consisting of more than two hundred essay journals, magazines, and reviews, the English Literary Periodicals series titles were selected by Professor Richmond Bond of the University of North Carolina and a committee of scholars. Although called a "literary" series, the collection contains many periodicals written for a broader audience. Among the subjects are social issues, politics, economics, theater, music, history, antiquity, and linguistics. In the pages of these periodicals are represented such famous writers as Defoe, Steele, Addison, Swift, Fielding, Johnson, Burke, Smollett, Coleridge, George Eliot, Dickens, Thackeray, Rosetti, and others. The collection thus presents early and mature works of many of England's best writers.

Guide:

The guide ELPS: English Literary Periodicals Series is located on the Microform Index Shelves in General Reference.

Call Number: ELPS -- 1618-1914. Microfilm; 969 reels

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