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British Library Opens Up Its Romantic, Victorian Treasures Online

Posted at 8:34AM Thursday 22 May 2014

The British Library has just launched an online initiative to make the work of great Romantic and Victorian writers in its collections more accessible and useful to the public. The "Discovering Literature: Romantics and Victorians" project puts "1,200 Romantic and Victorian literary treasures, new insights by 60 experts, 25 documentary films, 30 inspirational teachers' notes and more" up for open access, as a teaching, research and study aid, or for pure enjoyment.

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