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A Treatise on Courtly Love (Excerpts)     View
Excerpts of a translation of Andreas Capellanus' 12th century work "De Amore." "The work is divided into three books; the first begins in the manner of an academic lecture, with attention to definitions and etymology," covering ...

Medieval Manuscripts From the Collection of Richard and Mary Rouse     View
An exhibit of annotated images of pages of medieval texts from various European countries (including Austria, England, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Switzerland). From the Charles E. Young Library Department of Special Collections, University of ...

Daphnis & Chloe     View
Exhibit of historical editions of "Daphnis and Chloe," "one of the earliest, and certainly the best known, of the Greek novels. It is traditionally ascribed to Longus." Features annotated images from early editions (17th and 18th ...

The Edith Wharton Society     View
This site offers a FAQ and student queries archive, plot summaries and discussion questions, conference announcements, calls for papers, and a section for scholarly questions. Also provides selected works online, a filmography, bibliography of new bo ...

F. Scott Fitzgerald, Centenary     View
This searchable site discusses his writings, his life, and his relationships with other writers of the twentieth century. It includes a biography, chronology, quotations, full texts of selected stories, and images. The site draws extensively on the F ...

The Ernest Hemingway Foundation of Oak Park     View
This site covers all aspects of Hemingway's life and work, including a chronology, writings, awards, quotes, photographs, and links to related sites.

The Official Website of Mark Twain     View
In a technological twist that Samuel Langhorne Clemens might have relished, nearly 100 years after his death (April 12, 1910) Mark Twain has an official website. Includes a brief biography, fast facts, list of writings, photos, and quotes about and b ...

Mark Twain: Our Original Superstar     View
This 2008 article discusses the contemporary significance of "the man Ernest Hemingway said all of modern American literature could be traced back to: Mark Twain." The article notes that "[w]hether Twain was talking about racism ... fo ...,9171,1820166,00.html

The Wallace Stegner Environmental Center     View
Information about the author of "Angle of Repose" and the environmental center, whose purpose "is not only to inspire understanding and appreciation of the natural world and global environment, but to provide a focal point for informed ...

The Willa Cather Electronic Archive     View
This excellent site provides "digital editions of Cather texts and scholarship free to the public as well as creating a large amount of unique, born-digital scholarly content."



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