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A research guide for English 300S: Women and Revolution.
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This is a research guide for ENGL 300S: Women and the Revolution.  Researching lesser known eighteenth-century female writers and their works can be difficult, but the Library has plenty of resources to help with your research. We've built this guide to showcase some of our databases and other ways of finding resources and materials about the literary figures you study.

If you have questions about this guide or your research, please contact Harriett Green, English and Digital Humanities Librarian, at green19@illinois.edu or 217-333-4942.

 

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