This month sees over 40 scholarly editions added to Oxford Scholarly Editions Online (OSEO), within the Renaissance Poetry, Renaissance Prose, Shakespeare, Early Seventeenth Poetry, and Early Seventeenth Prose modules.
With this update, the complete Oxford Shakespeare Series will be available digitally for the first time as Troilus and Cressida joins other Oxford editions of Shakespeare plays already on the database. This update makes the highly sought after Oxford editions of Shakespeare more accessible, searchable, and interconnected than ever before.
Also included in this update are The Poetical Works of Edmund Spenser in three volumes. These editions of Spenser’s poems include many of his minor poems as well as his pivotal yet incomplete, epic - The Faerie Queen. Also in this update is the three volume Clarendon edition of Leviathan for which the editor, Noel Malcolm, was recently awarded one of three inaugural British Academy Medals in 2013. Peter Momtchiloff, Commissioning Editor for this title, reflected on what this text brings to scholarly publishing today for the OUPblog.
Find out more about this latest update by reading editorial board member Andrew Zurcher’s blog post. Then discover some of the new content for free, using the links below:
OSEO now provides access to more than 280 scholarly editions of material written between 1485 and 1700, containing over 25,000 different works from plays to poetry to letters, the equivalent of over 144,000 print pages!
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