ARTFL

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ARTFLAmerican and French Research on the Treasury of the French Language (University of Chicago)
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(8) None of the previous dictionaries available at ARTFL, an online data resource for French literature, include modernite.
(6.) ARTFL is a cooperative enterprise of Analyse et Traitement Informatique de la Langue Francaise (ATILF) of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), the Division of Humanities, the Division of Social Sciences, and Electronic Text Services at the University of Chicago.
* ARTFL French Literature collection from the Unviersity of Chicago
In the case of OSUL, several thousand queries each for PLD and ARTFL were deemed significant, and too the benefit of the products to dozens of faculty and students.
Figure Two Absolute and relative frequencies of nation, all forms of nation nation*), and patrie in works of the Societe de 1789, Sieyes Tiers Etat, the 1790 pamphlets of Marat and the speeches of Robespierre (ARTFL database).
Abraham Bookstein arranged for us to obtain the large French work list in use at the ARTFL Project at the University of Chicago.
Commerce signifie aussi communication et correspondance ordinaire avec quelqu'un, soit pour la societe seulement, soit aussi pour quelques affaires ..." Dictionnaire de l'Academie francaise, 4th edition, 1762, The artfl Project, "Dictionnaires d'autrefois," [http://artfl-project.uchicago.edu/content/dictionnaires-dautrefois].
(52) Pierre Bayle, "Macedoine (Alexandre le Grand, Roi de)," in Dictionnaire historique et critique (Amsterdam, 1740), The ARTFL Project: Dictionnaire de Bayle, 240.
Accessed through the ARTFL Project, Department of Romance Languages and Literatures, University of Chicago.
(1832-35), which gives "Activite, force, energie" (see this and earlier dictionary entries on ARTFL, http://colet.uchicago.edu/cgi-bin/dicollook.pl?strippedhw=ressort).
Compilations such as Chadwyck Healey's Literature Online (http:// www.chadwyck.com) and the ARTFL Project (http://humanities.
For those interested in French language resources in particular, a useful site is that of the ARTFL Project (http: //humanities.uchicago.edu/ARTFL/AR TFL.html).