Primary Sources links

#14
http://www.literature.org/authors/burroughs-edgar-rice/

Contains the following works of Edgar Rice Burroughs

* The Land That Time Forgot
* The People That Time Forgot
* Tarzan of the Apes
* The Return of Tarzan
* The Beasts of Tarzan
* The Son of Tarzan
* Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar
* Jungle Tales of Tarzan
* Tarzan the Untamed
* A Princess of Mars
* The Gods of Mars
* The Warlord of Mars
* Thuvia, Maid of Mars
* The Chessmen of Mars
* At the Earth's Core
* The Lost Continent
* The Monster Men
* Out of Time's Abyss
* The Outlaw of Torn
* Pellucidar
 
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#15
Dr.Satan said:
http://www.literature.org/authors/burroughs-edgar-rice/

Contains the following works of Edgar Rice Burroughs

* The Land That Time Forgot
* The People That Time Forgot
* Tarzan of the Apes
* The Return of Tarzan
* The Beasts of Tarzan
* The Son of Tarzan
* Tarzan and the Jewels of Opar
* Jungle Tales of Tarzan
* Tarzan the Untamed
* A Princess of Mars
* The Gods of Mars
* The Warlord of Mars
* Thuvia, Maid of Mars
* The Chessmen of Mars
* At the Earth's Core
* The Lost Continent
* The Monster Men
* Out of Time's Abyss
* The Outlaw of Torn
* Pellucidar
In addition to the above ERB texts can be found here:

Project Gutenberg ERB Texts


Related Resource Sites:

http://www.erblist.com/
http://www.erbzine.com/
 

Dulahan

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#17


As far as being a good literary source. This counts. But it is anything but a Primary Source for History. The simple fact it was written over 1000 years after the fact precludes that, and all the fictional and inaccurate events that it describes make it even more difficult to use as a PRIMARY source.

That said, again, it would be a Primary source if used as a way of pointing out Literature Styles of the Late Yuan and Early Ming dynasties. So it can still stay here. (And the site has some good historical links on the era too). It just isn't a true Primary Source for history, so things are clear.


Just doing a little nitpick since the Three Kingdoms are the era of History I focus
on, and will be doing my Dissertation on when I get to that point. Well, assuming nothing happens to change that.
 

Seroster

The Moses of Funk
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#18
Dulahan said:
As far as being a good literary source. This counts. But it is anything but a Primary Source for History. The simple fact it was written over 1000 years after the fact precludes that, and all the fictional and inaccurate events that it describes make it even more difficult to use as a PRIMARY source.
Well, granted, but Edgar Rice Burroughs, the Iliad, 5th century Athenian plays, or Ovid's Metamorphoses, aren't primary sources for history either. :)
 
#19
More great links...

Below are a few links to sites with a lot of cover scans of old pulps and related magazines. Great sources of information for the collector.

Also some informational sites for TV series and the movies.

Enjoy!


The Pulps

American Pulp Magazines (The page is in French.)

Guide to Paperbacks, Digests, et al

Barbarians in Literature

Vintage Pulp Magazines

Big Cartoon Database (similar to TV Tome or Movie Tome)

Info site about TV Shows on DVD

TV Horror Host Gallery

Unofficial Logan's Run FAQ

ISBN FAQ
 

Kevin Mowery

WAUGH!
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#20
<a href="http://www.toonopedia.com/">Don Markstein's Toonopedia</a>: Information on lots of current and forgotten comic book, cartoon, and comic strip characters.

<a href="http://www.marvunapp.com/Appendix/index.htm">The Appendix to the Handbook of the Marvel Universe</a>: Although Marvel has started a new series of Handbooks of the Marvel Universe, the original is the best--13 or so extra-thick comics detailing characters and groups from the MU in alphabetical order. Here's a bunch of stuff that didn't make it in: alternate universes, extremely minor characters, etc.

<a href="http://www.pjfarmer.com/woldnewton/Pulp.htm">The Wold Newton Universe</a>: Based on the work of Philip Jose Farmer, an attempt to link together virtually every piece of fiction from the past few centuries. Good for fans of the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen or Planetary.</a>
 
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