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Type de ressource : Bibliographique avec du texte intégral
Nombre de données : Plus de 250 000 revues, lettres, poésies et articles issus de plus de 5 000 numéros
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The Times Literary Supplement Centenary Archive offers a rich new research database for students and researchers of English literature and other humanities or social science subjects. Unparalleled opportunities for tracking the views of influential opinion makers, the response of their peers, the controversies of the day and how they developed, are now possible in an easy-to-navigate digital environment.
This database offers a complete facsimile edition of the Times Literary Supplement, from 1902 through 1990, contains new information on anonymous contributors that allows students and scholars to explore in greater depth the literary activity and critical opinion makers of the 20th century.
More than 250,000 reviews, letters, poems and articles in more than 5,000 issues of the Times Literary Supplement, searchable by author and/or contributor, are available here in the context in which they were originally published. Users can access any page via the online version of the published index when executing a title, author or subject search.
For the first time, identities of contributors -- reviewers, essayists, and writers of letters and poems -- are disclosed. New writings and influential criticism of hundreds of the 20th century's most important writers and thinkers that were once kept anonymous to encourage a truly open forum are revealed on this database. Wherever possible, a contributor's biographical information is included, allowing scholars to get a better understanding of the reviewers. They will also be able to identify what other journals they worked for and the informal networks they formed which influenced the reception of books. Times Literary Supplement Centenary Archive allows users to: