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CELT, the Corpus of Electronic Texts, is Ireland's longest running Humanities Computing project. It brings the wealth of Irish literary and historical culture to you on the Internet, for the use and benefit of everyone worldwide. It has a searchable online textbase consisting of over 19 million words, in 1636 contemporary and historical documents from many areas, including literature, medicine, and the other arts.
The Poetry Archive is a not-for-profit organisation that produces, acquires and preserves recordings of poets reading their own work out loud.
An online exhibition about discovering literature; from the medieval period up to the twentieth century. The exhibition brings to life the social, political and cultural context in which key works of literature were written.
Contains around 1100 pages of fiction written in Jane Austen’s own hand. Unlike the famous printed novels, all published in a short span between 1811 and 1818, these manuscripts trace Jane Austen’s development as a writer from childhood to the year of her death; that is, from 1787 (aged 11 or 12) to 1817 (aged 41).
A research resource on Frank O'Connor by University College Cork. It contains information about O'Connor's life and publications, and about O'Connor's Studies at local, national and international level. The website also provides rare photographs, audio recordings, video clips, news, and related information on related websites.
HathiTrust provides long-term preservation and access services to digitized content from a variety of sources, including Google, the Internet Archive, Microsoft, and in-house member institution initiatives. Items in the public domain are in full-view for everyone and items held in copyright are searchable.
Writing.ie is the world's only national writing resources website, based in Ireland but designed for writers everywhere.