Online Text Collections in Western European Literature

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Google Book Search provides full-text for books that are out of copyright and brief excerpts for many newer books. Copyright laws vary from country to country. In general, users with US Internet addresses can see full-text of European books published before 1910. Users in other countries may not be able to see full-text of European books published after 1868.
All books are searchable, though the German books in Fraktur from Google's earliest efforts often do not produce good results.

Europeana provides one search for texts, videos, sound, and images from many European museums, archives, and libraries. It does not include collections outside of Europe, commercial projects, or Web sites put up by individuals or by other types of institutions such as university departments other than libraries and museums.


Catalan

Danish

Dutch

Finnish

French

Galician

German

Greek (Classical)

Greek (Modern)

Irish

Italian

Latin

Norwegian

Old Norse & Icelandic

Portuguese

Proven├žal

Romanian

Spanish

Swedish



Acknowledgements

Coordinator for this page is James Campbell (University of Virginia).
All interested persons are welcome as contributors: you may sign up for a password to make your own wiki additions and corrections.

Comments and further suggestions may be sent to:

campbell (at) virginia edu.


Online Text Collections is one part of the Western European Studies Section Web of resources for Western European studies.

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We would like to thank the library of Brigham Young University for providing assistance and computing resources that make this national endeavor possible.


URL: http://wessweb.info/index.php?title=Online_Text_Collections_in_Western_European_Literature

These web pages do not necessarily represent the views of the participating libraries nor of their sponsoring institutions.
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