This guide will point you to many of the library's resources in accounting and will link you to additional resources. If you need help with your research
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Visit the following sites for authoritative information on women wrtiers and the Victorian era.
- A digital collection of approximately 52 works by nineteenth-century black women writers.
- Provides a comprehensive listing of links to biographical and bibliographical information about women writers and published books written by women.
- Search by title, author, genre, or keyword for peer-reviewed research.
- Go to the subject section and click on "Literature and Poetry" to find over 170 women writers from all over the globe listed, plus their profiles and overviews of their works.
- Contains documents from Duke University pertaining to the Women's Liberation Movement in the United States during the 1960's and 1970's.
- A collection of both edited and unedited texts by women writing in English, 17th-19th century.
- Includes an impressive "Authors" category, which offers a list of both male and female authors of the time period (e.g., Bronte sisters, Christina Rossetti, and Elizabeth Barrett Browning). Each author has a link to information about his/her life, works, and social contexts.
Past last updated: 25 January 2014|