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Lost Titles, Forgotten Rhymes: How to Find a Novel, Short Story, or Poem Without Knowing its Title or Author

What if you wanted to locate Robert Burton's masterful 17th century opus, The Anatomy of Melancholy? But wait: You can't remember his name or the name of the book. That's where you should know to click on over to this delightful and helpful reference guide created by Peter Armenti, Digital Reference Specialist at the Library of Congress. The intent of this guide is to "help readers identify a...

https://guides.loc.gov/lost-titles-forgotten-rhymes
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Seattle Poetic Grid

The Seattle Poetic Grid is a community poetry project launched by the city's civic poet, Claudia Castro Luna. This project will appeal to poetry lovers around the world as well as those with a personal connection to the Washington city. On the Seattle Poetry Grid, visitors will find dozens of poems that take place in the the rapidly changing coastal city, mapped out in accordance to the places...

https://seattlepoeticgrid.com
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