Aphra Behn (1640-1689), Daniel Defoe (1661?-1731), Samuel Richardson (1689-1761), Eliza Fowler Haywood (1693?-1756), Henry Fielding (1707-1754), Horace Walpole (1717-1797), Olaudah Equiano (1745-1797) and Mary Hays (1759-1843).
This tab and its pages provide direct access to the most relevant of the ASU Library's A-Z Databases - primarily journal article indexes and digitized historical collections - for researching authors and subjects for this course.
Eighteenth-Century Fiction "Eighteenth-Century Fiction brings together 96 complete works of English prose from the period 1700–1780 by writers from the British Isles. It is among the largest collections of literature from the period available in electronic form."
Nineteenth-Century Fiction "Nineteenth-Century Fiction collects 250 British and Irish novels from the period 1782 to 1903, stretching from the golden age of Gothic fiction to the Decadent and New Woman novels of the 1890s. ."
Google Scholar (2007- ) was developed in response to numerous calls for a more academic/scholarly search engine. Google Scholar (scholar.google.com) allows users to freely obtain the full-text of content posted by the copyright holder in open access format. Google Scholar also provides an option for libraries to share their print and electronic/online book and journal holdings with Google so that users will be confronted with fewer paywalls. These Google Scholar "editions" combine what is free or open access with that which is licensed or subscribed to by a particular library to which the user is a current faculty, staff or student.
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