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A guide to primary and secondary sources in Nineteenth-Century British Literature compiled by Virginia Jarrell
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Article on Digital Resources on Victorian Literature and Culture

Andrew Stauffer, in his article cited below, states that "my aim in this essay is to provide a categorical map to the landscape of digital resources available to enrich scholarship on Victorian literature and culture. But I also want to refelct for a moment on the general state of digital scholarly work within the larger institutional structures of our disciplines"


Stauffer, Andrew. "Digital Scholarly Resources for the Study of Victorian Literature and Culture." Victorian Literature and Culture 39 (2011): 293-303.



 

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