Over 70 scholarly editions have been added to existing modules on Oxford Scholarly Editions Online (OSEO) this month, alongside the first licensed scholarly editions from the University of California Press, Edinburgh University Press, and the British Academy. This includes the 20-volume University of California Press edition of the Works of John Dryden (to date, the longest-running research project in the humanities ever undertaken at UCLA), volumes of the Edinburgh edition of the Works of Thomas Reid, and 14 British Academy titles.
Discover samples of the new content for yourself by using the links below:
- Thomas Reid's Preface to one of his most famous works, his Essays on the Intellectual Powers of Man
- An entertaining scene from Love Triumphant by John Dryden
- Milton has a personal crisis about his lack of achievement at the age of 23 in this sonnet
OSEO now provides access to more than 690 scholarly editions of material written between 1485 and 1837, plus Classical Latin poets, containing over 73,000 different works from plays to poetry to letters, the equivalent of over more than 353,000 print pages!
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