If you've reached this page, it's because you've bookmarked either the
page itself, or an entry that was on it..
:: But I've had to change that page;
there were too many entries on it already, and since I'm adding more and
more, it's getting worse and worse.
:: So please be reassured that whatever
you had bookmarked is certainly still on the site and available, with
much more besides; the only change is that the "introductions"
are now organized by century, in the same manner as the library itself,
and the library index.
:: Links to the new pages are both
above and below. Consider the century, click on the link, and voilà.
Texts prior to the 16th century are in "Introductions Page One".
:: I apologize for the temporary inconvenience
this may cause; but if you place a new bookmark (or "favorite")
when you find your text in its new location, at least you won't have to
go through this again. ::