The British Columbia Digital
Digital Library Collections By Subject: Literature:
20th and 21st Century Present Era
See also under Literature: General
Works names of languages for example, Canadian
Texts and Women.
1900-1930 from the Modern English Collection (Electronic Text Center,
University of Virginia Library). Searchable/browsable collection of electronic
versions of bestsellers to accompany a course in 20th century American
- Electronic Poetry Center.
Buffalo, New York: Department of Media Study, SUNY Buffalo. Summary: " The
EPC serves as a central gateway to resources in electronic poetry and poetics
at the University at Buffalo and on the Web at large. Our aim is simple:
to make available a wide range of resources centered on digital and contemporary
formally innovative poetries, new media writing, and literary programming.
The EPC itself makes extensive resources available through its E-Poetry
and Author libraries. These libraries provide curated lists of resources
on a focused range of authors for personal use, research, and teaching.
Additionally, the EPC curates lists of links to similar digital and literary
projects, related book publishers, literary magazines, and other resources.
In addition the EPC offers substantial sound resources that will not be
found elsewhere. These include the vast resources of the UBU-EPC MP3 library
and the award-winning interview and performances series of LINEbreak."
Date accessed: 2004-03-20. Date added: 2004-03-20.
- International Dada
Archive (University of Iowa Libraries). Includes full-text digital
facsimiles of Dada-era books, pamphlets and periodicals.
- James Joyce Scholars'
Collections. Edited by David Hayman. Madison, WI: University of  Wisconsin-Madison
Libraries. Searchable/browsable collection of out-of-print scholarly monographs  of
James Joyce's works presented in digital facsimile. Date added: 2001-12-21.
- The Life and Work of Rafael Sabatini.
Edited by Jesse F. Knight. San Jose, CA: Hosted by Hidden Knowledge. This
site commemorates the career of Italian-born novelist and short story writer
Rafael Sabatini (1875-1950), the author of Scaramouche (English language
ed., 1921) and Captain Blood (English language ed., 1922).
The site offers a biography and links to HTML transcripts and other electronic
and hardcopy editions of his writings. Date accessed: 2004-08-06. Date added:
- The Zora Neale Hurston Plays at the Library of Congress.
Washington, DC: American Memory, Library of Congress, 2004. Digital facsimiles  of
10 plays by Zora Neale Hurston (1891-1960), an African-American author,
anthropologist, and folklorist. Date accessed: 2004-03-22. Date added: 2004-03-22.
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