Times Literary Supplement (TLS) Historical Archive
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The Times Literary Supplement (TLS) is recognized as the most authoritative English-language publication covering the world of literary and cultural activity.
Throughout its illustrious history the TLS has always attracted contributors of the stature of Henry James, Virginia Woolf, T.S. Eliot, and Seamus Heaney and for almost a century has been the dominant forum for scholarly and critical debate.
The TLS Centenary Archive offers more than 250,000 reviews, letters, poems, and articles in over 5,000 issues of the TLS in the context in which they were originally published.
All are fully indexed and searchable by author and/or contributor and the identities of the contributors to the TLS who were published anonymously until 1974 are disclosed for the first time and augmented by biographical sketches.
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