Lives of Literature is a brand new collection of JSTOR, a collection of academic journals in which writers and texts related to the major literary movements are examined in depth. Important topics in the content are:
- Medieval Writers & Texts
- Innovative Authors
- Victoria, Edwardian Writers & Gothic Writers
- Literary Theorists
Last access date: 29.02.2020
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