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British and Commonwealth Literary Studies


Scope of Collections
The Libraries' collections in British and Commonwealth literatures principally support research and teaching in the Department of English and in the Programs in Comparative Literature and in Modern Thought. The collections are designed to map the evolution of literary cultures in their full historical, class, and ethnic diversity. Geographical scope extends to English-language literature worldwide, with particular concentration on production in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand.

 



The Amulet. London: Frederick Westley and A.H. Davis, and Wightman & Co., 1829. From the British Poetry of the Romantic Period collection. Courtesy of the Department of Special Collections, Stanford University Libraries.


 


 

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