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Slow metadata for old novels.
Penn Rare Book & Manuscript Library
Swarthmore English Department
RT @EpistolaryBrown @roaringgirle So glad EEBO-TCP encodes "To the Readers," for folks who want to search en-masse for these pic.twitter.com/aCicFutHNi
About 8 hours ago from Early Novels DB's Twitter
RT @Michael_A_Gavin How to build a topic model from Early English Books Online in 5 commands: modelingliteraryhistory.org/2…
About 5 days ago from Early Novels DB's Twitter
RT @Michael_A_Gavin R Package for reading the EEBO-TCP modelingliteraryhistory.org/2… Looking for beta-testers. Please RT! @MichaelWitmore @wellsheisnt
RT @samplereality Come work with me! @DavidsonCollege is hiring a tenure-track Digital/New Media Artist jobs.davidson.edu/applicants/…
Last month from Early Novels DB's Twitter
@matthewingleby @MitchFraas Speaking of, please send us yours if you haven't already and are willing!
@matthewingleby @MitchFraas your quibbles are useful! And we'll hope for more of them when we have new drafts based on more syllabi.
@matthewingleby @MitchFraas Once we have more novel syllabi, we'll see the different ways they break out, include titles, etc.
@matthewingleby @MitchFraas Good questions + suggestions - see our description of our method at the end of the post. These are early drafts.
@philistella @superteadrinker Yes, we included the whole mixed bag of 18thc/rise of the novel courses in the draft - but breakdowns to come.
About a month ago from Early Novels DB's Twitter
“we past through the Wicket, inhabited by Gripe-Men-All, Arch-Duke of the Furr’d Law-Cats.” 1738 Rabelais' Works. pic.twitter.com/olnnElYRLV