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Modernism - Literature

Where can I find Primary Sources?

A primary source is either a poem, novel, or piece of literature written by a person from the specific period you're researching--in this case, a modernist writer, poet, critic, etc. It can be a physical book, an e-book, or in some cases a scanned copy of the text from the archives.

UVic Libraries holds a vast number of archival and other primary sources relating to Modernist writers.

Some Online Resources

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