Le Corpus de la littérature narrative du Moyen Age au XXe siècle:
Romans, Contes, Nouvelles.
B.A.S.I.L.E. (Base internationale de Littérature Électronique)
Champion Électronique and the CNED
Champion Électronique Editorial Statement: The Corpus de la littérature narrative is the first volume of B.A.S.I.L.E. (Base internationale de Littérature Électronique). It was co-produced by Champion Électronique and the CNED - Ministère de l'Éducation Nationale. This database offers to academic institutions (libraries, schools, universities, research centers, etc.) a digital library of about 1000 narrative works (novels, tales, short stories). The database is a virtual library that covers all the French programs from grammar school to university level. The specialist and the researcher will also find texts that were indexed and referenced according to the rules of scholarly editing.
This site has been developed with the ARTFL Project at the University of Chicago. The ARTFL PhiloLogic implementation of Le Corpus de la littérature narrative is based on automatic conversion of the encoded documents provided by Champion Électronique. The database has 30.2 million words, 268,000 unique forms, in 1000 works.
The ARTFL Project Department of Romance Languages and Literatures Division of the Humanities University of Chicago 1115 East 58th Street Chicago, IL 60637 tel: 773-702-8488 | email: artfl[at]artfl[dot]uchicago[dot]edu