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European literature -- Renaissance, 1450-1600.

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View Resource Luminarium

Luminarium combines three sites first created in 1996, ages ago in Web years, by Anniina Jokinen. Here users will find texts and supplemental materials for Medieval, Renaissance, and seventeenth-century British literature. The site is well laid out and has an internal search engine for easy retrieval of specific items. Clicking on one of the three periods brings up a list of authors (or in the...

http://www.luminarium.org/lumina.htm
View Resource The Cervantes Project

Sponsored in part by the National Science Foundation, the Cervantes Project is headed by Professor Eduardo Urbina at Texas A&M University. Not surprisingly, the Project is devoted to presenting the work of Cervantes in a number of online editions, with the inclusion of several pictorial galleries featuring paintings of Cervantes (and images from his books and plays), as well as the Cervantes...

http://cervantes.tamu.edu/V2/CPI/index.html
View Resource John Donne

Friend of both Izaak Walton and Ben Jonson, John Donne was the most famous of the metaphysical poets of the 17th century, a group that included George Herbert and Henry Vaughan. Placing a premium on intellectual wit, learned imagery, and subtle argument, Donne's poems have remained some of the most enduring from this period. Created as part of the Luminarium Project by Anniina Jokinen, the site...

http://www.luminarium.org/sevenlit/donne/
View Resource Illuminating the Renaissance: The Triumph Of Flemish Manuscript Painting in Europe

Visitors to the Web version of this Getty Museum exhibition may well have an advantage over on-site visitors. While the physical exhibition features more than 130 illuminated books produced in Flanders between 1470 and 1560, viewers at the Web site have a chance to get much closer to twenty selected manuscripts, using the Zoom & Explore functions provided. Click a thumbnail to investigate a single...

http://www.getty.edu/art/exhibitions/flemish/home.html