SELECTED NEW RESOURCES -- BOOKS, DVDs, GUIDES, DATABASES
Early European Books provides facsimile images of rare and hard-to-access printed sources from Early Modern Europe, roughly 1450-1700. In multiple languages and covering multiple subjects and disciplines. More info
Nineteenth Century Collections Online, a database of primary source collections of the long nineteenth century including a variety of formats. Of particular note is the archive European Literature 1790-1840 : the Corvey Collection which has more than 9,500 English, French and German titles. More info
For complete lists of new books, and e-resources:
Click on links for call numbers and availability.
Welcome to the Research Guide for Comparative Literature
The primary purpose of this research guide is to assist students and faculty in Washington University's Committee on Comparative Literature in conducting research; and using the Libraries' resources and services. Given the cross-national and interdisciplinary aspects of CompLit, you may also want to visit the other Subject Research Guides. In particular:
- East Asian Studies
- Film and Media Studies
- French Literature
- Germanic Studies
- Islamic and Near Eastern Studies
- Italian Literature
- Jewish and Near Eastern Studies
- Literature in English
- Spanish, Portuguese & Catalan Literature
- Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies
I hope you find this guide easy to use. Please email Brian Vetruba if you have any questions about this guide or anything related to the Libraries' services or resources
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