Electronic Enlightenment

A project of the University of Oxford and other universities and organizations, Electronic Enlightenment is a web of correspondence between the greatest thinkers and writers of the eighteenth century and their families and friends, bankers and booksellers, patrons and publishers. EE is an aggregation of 53,000 primary source letters from more than 6,000 writers and numerous presses. Readers can explore writer's views on history, literature, language, arts, philosophy, science, medicine, and personal, social and political relations. (Updated twice annually)

Time-span

18th century

Subscription Type

SUBSCRIPTION

License Info

1 simultaneous user licensed.

Publisher

Oxford

Notes

Western Europe, 18th century

Resource Types

E-Books and E-Texts

Online Availability

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