Romantic Literature Resources - Romanticism

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"...a Website devoted to the study of Lord Byron, Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, Percy Bysshe Shelley, John Keats, their contemporaries and historical contexts. Romantic Circles is the collaborative product of editors, contributors, and users around the world."
Sections include Conferences, Publications, Features, Scholarly Resources, Romantic Praxis, Reviews, and Electronic Editions.

ISSN: 1528-8129
"...is devoted to using computer technologies to investigate critically the languages, cultures, histories, and theories of Romanticism."
Formerly known as Romantic Praxis: Theory and Criticism.
Edited by Orrin N. C. Wang

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British Women Romantic Writers, 1789-1835- An Electronic Collection of Texts
Shields Library, University of California, Davis

British Women's Novels- A Reading List, 1777-1818
Maintained by Cathy Decker

Gothic Literature, 1764-1820
"This site is intended to provide students and scholars of the Gothic novel access to the growing number of resources available on the web. An introduction to the Gothic novel, collected summaries, papers, critical and bibliographical information and related sites are assembled together to expedite research."
Maintained by Franz Potter

A Romantic Natural History
" A website designed to survey the relationships between literary works and natural history in the century before Charles Darwin's On the Origin of Species (1859)."
By Ashton Nichols, Dept. of English, Dickinson College

Romantic Period Chronology
A lot more than a simple timeline
Maintained by Laura Mandell, Dept. of English, Miami University of Ohio

Romanticism On the Net
Peer-reviewed, Electronic Journal devoted to Romantic studies

Jane Austen (1775-1817)
Austen.com
Sections include: The Works of Jane Austen ; Links to Jane Austen On the Web ; Off-Line Jane Austen Resources ; Links to The Regency on the Web ; Derbyshire Writers' Guild.

Jane Austen Information Page
An outstanding resource for etexts and resources
Maintained by Henry Chruchyard, University of Texas

Guide to the Jane Austen Collection, Goucher College

Jane Austin Society of North America (JASNA)

Lord Byron (1788-1824)

Lord Byron
A Comprehensive Study of his Life and Work
Sections include: Life ; Chronology of His Life and Work ; Images ; Letters, Journal Entries, Quotations ; Lovers ; Wife ; News ; Bibliography ; Links.
By Marilee

William Blake
The Blake Archive
"Central to the project will be scanned images of approximately 55 key copies of Blake's 19 illuminated books, about half of which have never been reproduced before. Altogether, the archive will contain about 3000 images, about 2/3 from the illuminated books, the remaining 1/3 from Blake's paintings, drawings, and engravings."

Electronic Concordance to the Complete Poetry and Prose of William Blake
Edited by David V. Erdman

Tate Britain
The national gallery of British art from 1500 to the present day.

  • William Blake Online
    "This site consists of 90 screens, with 16 audio-recordings, flash animation, a downloadable teacher's pack and other innovative technical features..."
    Sections include: Gothic Artist ; Lambeth's Vale ; Imagination ; Fromidable Works ; Learning Tools.

Coleridge


Samuel Taylor Coleridge Archive

Created by Marjorie A. Tiefert, and maintained by the Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia Library

The Coleridge and Southey Genealogy Home Page

Keats

Bartleby.com - John Keats - Poetical Works
Sections include: Bibliographic Record ; An Introduction ; Notes.
"Reprinted From the Original Editions"

John Keats
A Comprehensive Study of His Life and Work

Exhibitions- Keats

Mary Shelly
Keats-Shelley Journal

Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley- Chronology & Resource Page

William Wordsworth

Wordsworth - Complete Poetical Works
Bartleby.com

The Wordsworth Trust, Centre for British Romanticism

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