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Over 500,000 primary works from the 8th century to the present day; the largest, most inclusive library of texts assembled online. All re-keyed to 99.95% textual accuracy so users can be confident they’re getting all the relevant hits and not missing anything.
With an ever-growing library of full-text journals, biographies, and reference volumes, users will be uniquely able to contextualise their subjects and gain greater perspective and clarity.
With the canon available alongside the more marginal, unanthologized and forgotten voices, new and previously impossible connections can be made.
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Overview

An award-winning, ever-growing resource for all aspects of literary research and teaching, Literature Online Premium lets you use your time more effectively to analyze texts, appreciate context, and gain focus on your point of view.

The depth and quality of the material, from Beowulf to contemporary Pulitzer and Nobel winners, ensures that students and teachers can cover every topic with confidence.

Literature Online Premium is comprised of:

Access Rare and Hard-To-Find Documents

Appreciate for the first time online the complete works of key figures from influential literary movements such as the Harlem Renaissance’s Langston Hughes, Zora Neale Hurston, Jean Toomer, and others.

Gives New Context to Known Literary Figures

Uncover a trove of rare and diverse ephemeral material to add greater context and perspective to literary figures, such as a letter recounting the first meeting between Wordsworth and Keats, and learn how one offended the other so deeply he was “never forgiven”.

The Latest Scholarly Opinions in Your Field

Access over 450,000 full-text journal articles from an ever-growing library of authoritative, relevant, and current journal titles, including periodicals from respected publishers such as Cambridge University Press, Johns Hopkins University Press and Manchester University Press, plus dozens of specialized scholarly society publications such as The Dickens Fellowship and The Margaret Atwood Society.

A Relevant and Diverse Range of Voices

Contextualize the complete works of hard to find authors such as Jesús Colón (1901-74), known as the father of the Nuyorican Movement, with key reference works, biographies of contemporaries and critical articles

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ProQuest offers best-in-class customer service, technical support, and training so you can hit the ground running with your ProQuest products and leverage everything they can do.

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