“Anne Frank’s Complete Manuscripts Go Online For The First Time”; Copyright Law Limits Access to About 60 Countries
Note: The digitized manuscripts are not accessible via U.S. IP addresses.
From The Forward:
Anne Frank’s handwritten manuscripts, complete with commentary, are now accessible online in their entirety for the first time.
The Association for Research and Access to Historical Texts published a new digitized edition of Frank’s manuscripts last week, offering the first-ever online access to Frank’s complete original texts, including both her diary and lesser-known novel called “The Secret Annex.”
Access to the digitized manuscripts is currently limited by copyright law. The edition is available in about 60 countries, including Belgium and Germany.
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