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contains frequently updated information about events connected with the Corvey
Project, and about what’s new on the website, as well as links to sites for
SHU English Studies and the School of Cultural Studies.
includes descriptions of the history and aims of the Corvey Project on Women’s
Writing 1790-1840, as well as a presentation of undergraduate research contributions
to the Project (‘Adopt an Author’), and links to websites dealing with romantic-era
contains introductions to the historical and scholarly significance of the Corvey
Library, and checklists of three important parts of the English-language holdings,
belles-lettres (published in a microfiche edition by Belser-Verlag), travel
writing (published in a microfiche edition by Olms), and women’s writing across
this is the focus of Corvey Project research; a catalogue of belles-lettres
women’s writing in the Corvey Library which forms the basis for a hypertext
companion to women’s writing in the period 1790-1840. New material on authors
and texts is constantly being added.