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Rennaissance and 17th Century Texts   Suggest a Link
Early Modern Literary Studies: Electronic Texts Page Links to 15th-17th century texts available on-line (Sheffield Hallam U.)
Golden Age Spanish Texts (texts of many early modern Spanish plays in Spanish, with some English translations) (Association for Hispanic Classical Theater)
Internet Shakespeare Editions A growing site of scholarly on-line play texts and criticism (U. of Victoria, Canada)
Luminarium Medieval, Renaissance, and 17th Century resources for individul authors vary, but most include several on-line primary texts, images, and relevant historical and critical on-line secondary sources (Anniina Jokinen)
Perseus Digital Library Classical Greek and Latin, plus neo-Latin texts and images from the early modern period (Gregory Crane, Tufts U.)
Records of Early English Drama (REED) Resources on early modern theatre and theatre history, dance, music, Shakespeare, and links to many other original manuscripts and printed play documents (U. of Toronto)
Renaissance Electronic Texts Old-spelling editions of early copies of English Renaissance books and manuscripts, such as The Elizabethan Homilies 1623, and Edmund Coote's The English School-maister (U. of Toronto Library)
Renascence Editions: Works Printed in English, 1477-1799 Freely available editions of printed texts, including many texts by major authors such as Shakespeare, Spenser, Milton and Swift, plus listing of links to other primary source pages (Richard Bear, U. Oregon)
Shakespeare and the Renaissance Broad listing of scholarly on-line materials, facsimiles, transcribed primary texts and modern editions for a number of early modern authors (Internet Shakespeare Editions, U. of Victoria)

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