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Colonialism

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on October 18, 2007 at 9:55:49 pm
 

Victorian texts added to this page should NOT be fiction, poetry, or drama.  There are many useful sites that are providing full-texts of literature, and the storage space of this wiki is not sufficient for these types of texts to be added here.  Instead, texts on this page should be about British colonial projects: newspaper or periodical articles, Letters to the Editor commenting on particular events (such as the "Jamaica Rebellion"), cartoons or illustrations related to colonialism...and so on.

 

To add a text to this page, please place it in the correct spot in the alphabetical list of titles below, and make the title a link to a new page.  In using the "Link" function, be sure to choose "Wiki Page" and "New Page."  (Please note: the Table of Contents is alphabetized by title because so many essays in Victorian periodicals were unsigned that many times the authors may be unknown.)

 

Once you've saved the title link, you will need to click on the link itself to build the page.  Be sure to choose the "Add a Text" template when you first build a page, in order to have all the functions you'll want on your page.  Once you save your page title using that template, you'll be on your way!

 

                Colonialism Table of Contents

 

Sample Format

"Title," Sally M. Author, Original Place of Publication, volume.issue number (date): page numbers.

 

 

 

 

 

                Useful Colonialism-Related Links

 

This is a great place to put links to sites that offer full-texts of colonial literature or documents related to British colonial projects.  Please use the Victorian Studies Websites page to link to pages that offer many different types of content

 

 

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