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This collection gathers academic journals devoted to the deep study of writers and texts associated with core literary movements. When complete, Lives of Literature will include approximately 120 journals that are all new to JSTOR. The collection will comprise four thematic modules.
This resource supports advanced literary studies and interdisciplinary research on writers and texts critical to curricula in literature, and broadens the range of authors and texts covered on JSTOR. And with its focus on journals that use an author or text as a starting place, Lives of Literature also fulfills a scholarly resource need for in-depth study and courses on a single author—a curricular component at many institutions.
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Contains more than 24,000 images of European Medieval and Renaissance manuscripts, including the Douce Apocalypse and Caedmon manuscript, as well as later manuscripts created in the Medieval tradition.
George Eastman Museum
Includes than 20,000 photographs from the 19th and 20th century, including portraits of Modernist luminaries such as Gertrude Stein, Henry James, and Ezra Pound
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