Developed and maintained by the Bibilotheque National de France, Gallica provides access to over one million items, including books, manuscripts, scores, audio files, and more. The interface is accessible in both English and French.
Access: No restrictions. Language: English, French
Covers the origins of Western culture beginning with the earliest print resources from continental Europe to 1700. Built on the pattern of Early English Books Online (EEBO), this project is Europe-wide and will trace the history of printing in Europe from its origins to 1700.
Access: Off Campus Access is available for: UNC-Chapel Hill students, faculty, and staff; UNC Hospitals employees; UNC-Chapel Hill affiliated AHEC users. Coverage: 1450 - 1700 Language: Various
Europeana provides one search for texts, videos, sound, and images from many European museums, archives, and libraries. It does not include collections outside of Europe, commercial projects, or websites otherthan libraries and museums.
These 317 works begin with the emergence of Villon as the first master of verse; to the Renaissance men Ronsard and Du Bellay; through the dramatic verse of Corneille and Racine; concluding with the Romanticism of Hugo and Gautier.