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View Resource Stevenson’s Fables

Robert Louis Stevenson was enamored with many literary forms, including fables. After his death his own work, appropriately titled _Fables_, was published in New York by Longmans Green in 1902. This particular edition was digitized and placed online for public perusal by the staff of the University of Wisconsin Digital Projects initiative, and includes six etchings done to accompany the work by...

https://uwdc.library.wisc.edu/collections/Literature/StvnsnF...
View Resource Mobile Apps from the Library of Congress Screenshot

The Library of Congress has been working on crafting a series of mobile apps for the past few years and this site represents the fruit of their labors. On this site, interested parties can look over five different apps, including BARD Mobile, Virtual Tour, and Aesop for Children. This last app provides iPhone or iPad users with the daily edition of the Congressional Record, complete with a search...

https://www.loc.gov/apps/