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Trial – Oxford Scholarly Editions – Early Seventeenth-Century Prose


We have trial access to Oxford Scholarly Editions – Early Seventeenth-Century Prose until the 6th November.  Access on campus or off campus via the VPN.

Oxford Scholarly Editions provides access to important writings from across the humanities, in editions which are the foundation of humanities scholarship—the primary sources upon which scholars rely for research and teaching. This trial access to the Early Seventeenth-Century Prose module includes the Minutes and Papers of the Westminster Assembly, the Royal Proclamations of King James I 1603–1625, the diaries of Samuel Pepys and John Evelynand the prose works of Thomas Hobbes, John Donne and Francis Bacon.

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Browse works – http://www.oxfordscholarlyeditions.com/search?onlySubscription=true

Browse editions – http://www.oxfordscholarlyeditions.com/search?onlySubscription=true&view=edition

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