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4.4 What is available on loQtus?




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This article is from the Quotations FAQ, by Sir Hans dok@fwi.uva.nl Jason Newquist jrnewquist@ucdavis.edu with numerous contributions by others.

4.4 What is available on loQtus?


As I was walking among the fires of Hell, delighted
with the enjoyments of Genius; which to Angels look like
torment and insanity. I collected some of their Proverbs.
William Blake (1757-1827)
"The Marriage of Heaven and Hell" (1790-1793)

loQtus has a host of archives (almost 2 megabytes worth) of pure,
undiluted quotations. These clearly make up the centerpiece of
loQtus. loQtus also features a list of quotations resources on the
internet, including links to all the sites mentioned in this document.
loQtus is an archival site for ``back issues'' of popular daily and
weekly quotations which appear on the Quotations Listserver and on
alt.quotations. A more detailed list is in progress and will appear in
the next version of this FAQ.

 

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