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British and Commonwealth Literary Studies


The Nineteenth Century: Women Writers

The Collection

Location: Green Library, Media-Microtexts

Call Number: Identified by number from The Nineteenth Century: Women Writers, a complete title listing of the collection thus far.

Content: This collection seeks to be comprehensive for works by women first published in Britain from 1801-1900; it consists of microfilms on a range of subjects including military, naval, medieval, modern, and colonial history; criminology; detective, sensation, silver-fork, historical, domestic and romantic fiction; near pornography; studies of modern marriage and sexology; sociologies of upper-, middle-, and lower-class life; political treatises, works of feminist argument and polemic; theologic disquisition and medical writing, as well as representative samples of drama and verse. The development of the collection is in progress, working alphabetically, and is complete through "D", representing 24 of a projected 90 units.

Access: Individual titles are not in Socrates. Staff in Media-Microtexts will retrieve material from the collection if you specify "Women Writers Collection" and provide an item's entry number from the loose-leaf binder The Nineteenth Century: Women Writers, which is located in Media-Microtexts.


Research Aids for Women Writers

The Nineteenth Century : Womens Writers
DA 533 N561 1986 F General Reference, Media-Microtexts, Green Library
A single volume index to the works, arranged alphabetically by author with bibliographic information. At the end of each entry, the reel and item location numbers are listed.

 

 

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