Electronic texts and the internet: A review ofThe English Server
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An increasing number of services, particularly electronic texts, are available via the Internet to humanities scholars. This situation is novel and raises a number of questions which are brought out in this essay. Some of these questions are illustrated with reference toThe English Server at Carnegie Mellon University.
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