Laboring-Class Poets Online

Archive for September 2013

Please check out the new John Clare Resource Page, put together by the same crack team behind this blog and the LCPO project!

It expands on the materials of another interesting John Clare Page managed by some of the same contributors. The new Clare Resource Page contains:

  • A survey of Clare criticism up to present day,
  • a first-line index to Clare’s poetry,
  • an index to the John Clare Society Journal,
  • and a correspondence and manuscript materials index.

Ok, to be fair, the page does not yet contain the last item. But we are working on it and it should be available within the year. If you have any questions or suggestions about that initiative, please do get in touch.

In the mean time, it is our hope that readers, writers, and academics can all enjoy the new page!

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Please take five minutes to complete this survey on the impact of the Nottingham Trent University team’s research on John Clare and laboring-class writers, carried out over the past twenty years. It is for an “Impact Study” John Goodridge is completing for the English team at NTU, and it could help to continue our research funding over the next five years to have as rich a response as possible. It’s not difficult and takes only a very few minutes.

Thanks!


Information about and updates from the "Laboring-Class Poets Online" project, an in-progress digitization of a database of British and Irish laboring-class poets who wrote between 1700-1900.

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