Iberian Language and Literature Web

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The Iberian Language and Literature Web is designed to provide access to scholarly resources in Iberian language and literature. We do not strive for exhaustiveness but rather for quality. The resources organized here have undergone a selection and evaluation process. If needed, annotations have been provided, augmenting the research value of these resources to scholars.

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Spain

WWW Gateways for Spanish Language & Literature

Associations

Reference Shelf

Best used for single words rather than longer excerpts.
Not yet perfect, of course, but constantly improving with the daily input of corrections and algorithmic use patterns.

Bibliographies

Electronic Texts

Full-text Digital Library offering books and corpora as lexical hypertexts on Creative Commons License
Full-text Digital Library offering books and corpora as lexical hypertexts on Creative Commons License

Science Fiction

Theater

Literary Reviews

Regions

Basque

Catalan

Includes the gencat search engine

Gallego

Portugal

WWW Gateways for Portuguese Language & Literature

Associations

Reference Shelf

Electronic Texts

Literary Reviews


WESSWeb > Iberian Studies Web > Language and Literature


The editor of the Iberian Language and Literature web is Richard Hacken (hacken @ byu.edu).
Please contact us with contributions, comments, and further suggestions.
The Iberian Language and Literature Web is only one part of the Western European Specialists Section Web of resources for West European studies.
We would like to thank the Yale University Libraries and Brigham Young University Libraries for providing assistance and computing resources that make this international endeavor possible. We also thank Reinhart Sonnenburg (Dartmouth, formerly UCSD) and Kurt De Belder (Leiden, formerly NYU) for elements we have adapted and adopted.

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