Bibliographies - German Literature
Deutsches Literaturarchiv Marbach (DLA)
The Marbach archive for German literature is one the most important institutions worldwide. The collection comprises the literary estates (autographs, manuscripts, first editions, translations) of German speaking authors, philosophers and linguistics. For example: Hermann Hesse, Ernst Jünger, Paul Celan, S. Fischer (Publisher).
Woman Literature in Germany 1700 - 1900
More than 220.000 pages from 848 digital resources: novels, poetry, diaries, memoirs, drama, travel literature, biographies written by women from 1700 to 1900. The digitalized books are part of the Library of Corvey.