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Women Writers Project

Since 1986, the Women Writers Project at Brown University has worked to encode early literature by women writers in SGML. The eventual goal of the project is to include all English language works written or co-authored by women up to 1850. At present they are focusing on works that are otherwise difficult to obtain.

As of December 2003 the project has encoded over 200 texts dating from 1526 to 1850 by over 100 authors, including: Anna Laetitia Barbauld, Aphra Behn, Margaret Cavendish, Queen Elizabeth I, Margaret Fell, Felicia Hemans, Katharine Parr [sic] and Mary Sidney.

At present the collection is available by subscription only.

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