94 scholarly editions have just joined Oxford Scholarly Editions Online (OSEO), adding to varied modules across the site. This brings the total number of editions to over 1,100 with 595,000+ print pages available to read.
Among others, these titles include the Bailey edition of De Rerum Natura by Lucretius, The Works of Aphra Behn, The Waverley Novels by Walter Scott, and collections of correspondence from A. W. N. Pugin, David Hume, John Gay, and Alexander Pope. They add to Nineteenth Century Prose, Nineteenth Century Poetry, and Restoration Prose, as well as Latin Poetry and Prose modules (among others).
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Chapter One of Guy Mannering by Walter Scott
"A volume of Shakespeare in one pocket, a small bundle with a change of linen in the other, an oaken cudgel in his hand, complete our pedestrian's accommodations, and in this equipage we present him to our reader."
"Wyatt's First Letter to His Son Thomas", in The Complete Works of Sir Thomas Wyatt the Elder, Vol. 1
"Think and ymagine alwais that you are in presens of some honist man that you know ... and ye shal, if at ony time yow find a plesur in naughtye touchis, remember what shame it wer afore thes men to doo naughtily."
"Oroonoko", in The Fair Jilt and Other Short Stories; The Works of Aphra Behn, Vol. 3
"I have often seen and convers'd with this great Man, and been a Witness to many of his mighty Actions; and do assure my Reader, the most Illustrious Courts cou'd not have produc'd a braver Man"
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