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Copac National, Academic, and Specialist Library Catalogue

Copac National, Academic, and Specialist Library Catalogue

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Crimeculture Christopher Pittard, University of Newcastle There are two points to consider when talking about Victorian detective fiction: firstly, that the detective story as a distinct genre is a product of the nineteenth century; and secondly, that only a small amount of the detective fiction produced at the time is still read and studied. For most people, Victorian detective fiction is constituted by the Sherlock Holmes stories (despite the fact that a number of these stories were written well into the twentieth century) and perhaps the trio of Dupin tales written by Edgar Allan Poe in the 1840s. Some readers may also be aware of the detective story's generic cousin, the sensation novel, and in particular the contribution of Wilkie Collins to the genre. Yet few are aware of the great body of work marking the transitional phase from the initial success of the detective story to the height of Holmes' popularity in the early twentieth century.

Donnely Loeb collection Loeb Classical Library Books Available Online Things just keep growing. This list was initially a subset of my G'Oogle list, which itself had grown out of a post I originally made at textkit. Anyway, this is hoped to be a more-convenient way for us to track all of the freely-available LCL books out there. I have sorted these by Loeb catalog number, so that it will be easier for everyone to know what we have found and what is still missing (but hopefully out there for free, at least those that have passed into the public domain).

Free Books : Download & Streaming : Ebook and Texts Archive : Internet Archive These books are books contributed by the community. Click here to contribute your book ! For more information and how-to please see help.archive.org/hc/en-us/articles/360002360111-Uploading-A-Basic-Guide Uploaders, please note: Archive.org supports metadata about items in just about any language so long as the characters are UTF8 encoded Find books by language: Afar Books Afrikaans Books Akan Books Albanian Books Arabic Books Armenian Books Aymara Books Azerbaijan Books Balochi Books Bambara... Topic: Texts The American Libraries collection includes material contributed from across the United States.

Search Engines:Online Catalogs/Union Catalogs - Topical Search Wiki From Topical Search Wiki World Catalog (WorldCat) – The largest union catalog has 72,000 libraries in 170 countries and territories[1]. The catalog has EFIGS user interfaces as well as other languages like Chinese and Portuguese. The European Library – A union catalog of digital and physical holdings of European national libraries and research institutions.

Joyful Molly UNDER CONSTRUCTION (status: September 2010) Until this part has been updated, please see the original list here. Thanks a lot for your patience. “How on earth can I write about something I don’t know anything about?!” This question started the “useful list”; a helpful link-collection for myself and my fellow authors of Age of Sail fiction. There are books, my preferred method of research, but not everybody has the time or the financial means to fill the halls with piles of paper. Therefore, my main focus was a list of easily accessible online-links. Heidelberg University Library All about ... HEIDICatalogue of the libraries of Heidelberg University and User Account for Heidelberg University Library E-Journals 90,100 academic full-text e-journals Databases 2,820 online databases (e.g. bibliographies, full-text, encyclopedias, dictionaries) HeiDOKThe document server of Heidelberg University: Electronic Publishing with Open Access Open Journal System Heidelberg Publishing of Scientific Journals HeidICON The image database of Heidelberg University: images online for research and science Heidelberg historic literature – digitizedBibliotheca Palatina (Codex Manesse et al.), historical sources concerning the City of Heidelberg and Heidelberg University, Satirical magazines, early modern legal sources as well as material from our special subject collections, Virtual Monastic Library of Lorsch and much more Subject portals arthistoricum.net (Virtual Library Art), Propylaeum (Virtual Library Classical Studies), Savifa (Virtual Library South Asia)

IFLA (Antiquarian) Second revised edition Recommended by the Project Group on the International Standard Bibliographic Description for Older Monographic Publications (Antiquarian) Approved by the Standing Committees of the IFLA Section on Cataloguing and the IFLA Section on Rare Books and Manuscripts (Originally issued by K.G. Saur, Muenchen, 1991 as Vol. 3 in the UBCIM Publications, New Series) Members of the ISBD Review Committee: The Civil War and Reconstruction Era, 1845-1877 Professor David W. Blight, Class of 1954 Professor of American History Description This course explores the causes, course, and consequences of the American Civil War, from the 1840s to 1877. The primary goal of the course is to understand the multiple meanings of a transforming event in American history.

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7 Clever Google Tricks Worth Knowing Email Below I have compiled a list of 7 clever Google tricks that I believe everyone should be aware of. Together I think they represent the apex of the grand possibilities associated with Google search manipulation tricks and hacks. Although there are many others out there, these 7 tricks are my all-time favorite. 700 Free Online Courses from Top Universities Take online courses from the world's top universities for free. Below, you will find 1,500 online courses from universities like Stanford, Yale, MIT, Harvard, Oxford and more. You can use this collection of online courses to learn everything you want--from history, philosophy and literature, to physics, biology, psychology, and computer science.

Hearts Through History Romance Writers By Jody Allen On Dec 20 2011, 7:03 am As writers no matter if you write historical or contemporary, fantasy or suspense,we all do research to make our characters come alive in their period and locations. For those writing fantasy world building is the key, but for those of us who write historicals we must rely on the historical facts of an event or era or location to give credibility to our story. For us the history becomes like another character in our story. We know the basic tenant for historians doing research is to use the historical method, but the kind of research most of us do is often looking for minute details of what they ate, wore, their work and pastime and something as simple as their name or title.

Wikipedia The Museum of Fine Arts of Lyon ((French) Musée des beaux-arts de Lyon) is a municipal museum of fine arts in the French city of Lyon. It is housed near place des Terreaux in a former Benedictine convent of the 17th and 18th centuries. It was restored between 1988 and 1998, and despite these important restoration works it remained open to visitors. Its collections range from ancient Egypt antiquities to the Modern art period and make the museum one of the most important in Europe. It hosts important exhibitions of art : recently there have been exhibitions of works by Georges Braque and Henri Laurens (second half of 2005), then one on the work of Théodore Géricault (April to July 2006).

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The Copac® National, Academic and Specialist Library Catalogue (Copac® 2010) provides free access to the combined catalogues of a variety of institutions, including universities, specialist libraries and national collections. Members include the library of Trinity College Dublin, the British Library, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the National Portrait Gallery, and the National Libraries of Scotland and Wales. All of the institutions which are members of Copac® are listed on the website. The combined catalogue has in the region of 36 million entries. When you locate a document in which you are interested, it may be possible to gain access to it through the inter-library loans system. Copac® remains a catalogue, and not a database or collection of articles and books. Although it may be possible in some cases to gain access to fulltext materials by following internet links, normally Copac® lists the titles and other relevant details of a publication, and notes also the source of that publication. You will normally need to use other methods to find a copy of the publication. There are also materials available in a variety of languages. Copac® is based at and administered from the University of Manchester. Found in: 2012 - (Oliver) Succeeding With Your Literature Review by raviii Apr 10

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