Wednesday, 10 February 2010

Victorian Popular Culture database

[caption id="attachment_300" align="alignleft" width="227" caption="Victorian Popular Culture Database from Adam Matthews"]Victorian Popular Culture Database from Adam Matthews[/caption]


Especially to those of you studying English, History, Music and Modern Languages. If you have an interest in Victorian Popular Culture  or if you are looking for primary sources to help you with long essays or third year dissertations you might want to take a look at this new resource - available from the Library tab in MUSE under databases. You can find facsimiles and transcripts of beautiful original books, pamphlets, play bills and other ephemera from the world of entertainment, sideshows, circuses etc. Click on the picture to link out to the database and explore.

Good luck with looking for primary sources

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