Literary manuscripts in the University of London Library
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Published by The Library in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Manuscripts, English -- Catalogs

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Edition Notes

Statementby H.M. Young.
ContributionsYoung, Helen Mary
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ6621 L837
The Physical Object
Pagination[24] p.
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21383587M

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Catalogue of the Goldsmiths’ Library of Economic Literature (vol 3 ) The Sterling Library: a catalogue of the printed books and literary manuscripts (Privately printed, ). More recent accessions are described in: Percival, Janet, A guide to archives and manuscripts in the University of London (LRCC, ). Our Links listing provides a review of some sites which contain useful information for writers. Inclusion in this list does not imply any support for the aims, objectives, policy or advice given. History and scope of the literary collections. Famously averse to books in the vernacular, Sir Thomas Bodley’s first catalogue of described 5, items, of which were written in English and only three were works of literature: a Chaucer; Lydgate’s Fall of Princes; and Puttenham’s The Art of . The Manuscripts Reading Room is the enquiry point for the Library's western language manuscript collections (i.e. written by hand, not printed). The collection includes literary, historical manuscripts and private papers. Find information on the shelves about the British Library’s collection of western manuscripts and those held elsewhere.

Best known are Princeton’s literary, early Christian, and sub-literary papyri. Publishing History The Manuscripts Division has strong holdings of American publishing archives, with special emphasis on author files of correspondence and related materials, chiefly 19th and 20th century. (Also see: Literary manuscripts in the University of London Library, ) This guide is not intended to be exhaustive. It complements the Archives Catalogue, which includes a subject search facility and the English Subject Gateway.. Authors: James Baxter letter, ; Arnold Bennett manuscripts including The Risks of Life, ; Austin Dobson papers, Modern literary manuscripts and genetic criticism Textual scholarship, scholarly editing and digital humanities Author-focused studies (e.g. J M Barrie, Chaucer, Dickens, T S Eliot, Scott Fitzgerald, Hardy, D H Lawrence, Melville, Shakespeare, R L Stevenson, Twain, W B Yeats). “From Manuscript to Print and Back Again: Two Verse Miscellanies by Eighteenth-century Women, ”Literary Manuscripts: 17th and 18th Century Poetry from the Brotherton Library, University of Leeds. N.p.

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