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General Resources in Anglophone and Postcolonial Literatures
AHRB Centre for Asian and African Literatures (University College London & School of Oriental and African Studies)
Anglophone Literature of Africa, India, and the Caribbean (index of study guides for Soyinka, Fugard, Gordimer, and others) (Paul Brians, Washington State U.)
Contemporary Postcolonial & Postimperial Literature in English (extensive, well-organized site) (George Landow, National U. of Singapore)
Historical Contexts 
Political Contexts 
Postcolonial Theory
Gender Matters 
Theorists and Critics 
Postcolonial and Postimperial Authors 
Religious Contexts 
Brian Finney (California State U., Long Beach), Brian Finney's Website (includes Finney's essays on twentieth-century literary authors)
Africa (for non-English African literatures, see Literature (Other than English): African)
General Resources in African Lit.
African Literature Resources (links to interviews and information about critical journals) (Karen Fung)
African Postcolonial Literature in English (George P. Landow, Brown U.)
African Writers: Voices of Change (catalog of major African writers, with biographical and bibliographical information) (Dan Reboussin)
Anglophone Literature of Africa, India, and the Caribbean (index of study guides for Soyinka, Fugard, Gordimer, and others) (Paul Brians, Washington State U.)
Black Nobel Laureates in Literature (bibliographies of Soyinka, Walcott, and Morrison)
Index to the Bibliography of Literary Criticism in South Africa (English Dept., U. of the Orange Free State, South Africa)
Ben Okri Page (Robert Bennett, U. California, Santa Barbara)
Buchi Emecheta Page (George P. Landow, Brown U.)
Chinua Achebe
Chinua Achebe Page (George P. Landow, Brown U.)
Stephen Froehlich (U. Texas, Arlington), "Anglicanism in Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart" 
Lugene O'Fallon, Review and Comments on Things Fall Apart (includes review of internet resources on the novel)
Resources for Things Fall Apart (U. Penn)
Study Guide for Things Fall Apart (Paul Brians, Washington State U.)
J. M. Coetzee
Noel Stahle (U. Texas, Austin), "Postcolonial Sights/Sites: Vision in Coetzee's Waiting for the Barbarians and the Eyes of the Electronic Classroom" -1995
J. M. Coetzee Page (critical bibliography) (Bradley Shoop and Alice O'Dea)
Robinson Crusoe & J. M. Coetzee (The Friday Site)
Edward Wilmot Blyden Virtual Museum
Homepage (Eluemuno-Chukuemeka Blyden)
A Biographical Outline 
"The Elements of Permanent Influence" (full text of 1890 sermon delivered in Washington, D.C.)
Selected Bibliography 
Femi Osofisan Page (Adesola Adeyemi. U. Natal / George P. Landow, Brown U.)
Athol Fugard
"Under the Elms: Athol Fugard, July 1995" (Brown U. Alumni Magazine)
Nadine Gordimer
"Colonial Sunset Lights This Century" (WorldPaper, 1995)
Interview with Nadine Gordimer (Penguin Books)
Nadine Gordimer Page (George P. Landow, National U. Singapore)
Ken Saro-Wiwa Page (George P. Landow, Brown U.)
Doris Lessing
Jason Castellucci , "The Confinement of Marriage in the Short Fiction of Doris Lessing and Edith Warton" 
Doris Lessing: A Retrospective (bio and well-organized, detailed, annotated hypertext bibliography) (Jan Hanford)
Interview from The Edmonton Journal 
Wole Soyinka
Bartholomus Grill, "Wole Soyinka's Call" (extracts of interview with Bartholomus Grill) (Mail & Guardian)
Wole Soyinka Page (George Landow, Brown U.)
Wole Soyinka Study Guide (Paul Brians, Washington State U.)
Amos Tutuola, Palm-Wine Drinkard (excerpts) 
Union of Writers of the African Peoples 
Criticism (for specific criticism, see under individual authors)
Ambrose Adikamkwu Monye (Central Connecticut State U.), "The Influence of Oral Literature on Modern African Literature" (1994) (Connecticut Review)
Quarterly Literary Review Singapore 
Australia & New Zealand
General Resources in Literatures of Australia & New Zealand
An Austrialia Reading List (Universitätsbibliothek Mannheim)
Aurora Australis (peer-reviewed e-journal of contemporary Australian writing) (Australia Council / Literary Promotions Inc.)
Larrikin's Lair - Literature (Perry Middlemiss)
Larrikin's Lair: Australian Literature (Perry Middlemiss)
Literature in Australia and New Zealand (George P. Landow, Brown U.)
Homepage (Mareya & Peter Schmidt)
Australian Literature 
Database of Australian Writers 
Literary Sites 
More Australian Sites 
OzLit Bookmarks 
Poetry Collection 
SETIS Australian Literature Database (18th, 19th, and early 20th-century Australian novels, poems, plays, explorers' journals; SGML/TEI encoded, viewable in HTML) (Scholarly Electronic Text and Image Service, U. Sydney Library)
Z is for Zoetropes: New Zealand Literature (Andrew Fieldsend, U. Western Ontario, Canada)
Alan Duff Page (George P. Landow, Brown U.)
Peter Carey
Peter Carey Page (George P. Landow, Brown U.)
Peter Carey Page (Perry Middlemiss)
George Turner (Perry Middlemiss)
A. D. Hope, "Imperial Adam" (Anne Marie Van Amelsvoort, U. of Winnipeg)
Jessica Anderson (Perry Middlemiss)
Keri Hulme Page (George P. Landow, Brown U.)
David Malouf
Nicholas Jose, "Malouf's Operatic New Novel: A review of The Conversations at Curlow Creek" (Australian Humanities Review)
Helen Daniel, Interview with David Malouf (1996) (Australian Humanities Review)
David Malouf Page (Jörg Heinke , Kiel U., Germany)
David Malouf Page (Perry Middlemiss)
"Epimetheus, or The Spirit of Reflection" (1996) (Australian Humanities Review)
Sara Douglass Home Page (Sara Douglass)
Thomas Keneally (Perry Middlemiss)
General Resources in Canadian Lit.
A Canada Reading List (Universitätsbibliothek Mannheim)
The Canadian Literature Archive 
The Canadian Theatre Webring 
Canadian Writers (Joseph Pivato,Athabasca U., Canada)
Margaret Atwood
Life and Work (Joshua Fine)
Margaret Atwood Information (Thomas B. Friedman)
Margaret Atwood Home Page 
Margaret Atwood (Michigan State U. Celebrity Lecture Series)
The Robber Bride (excerpt) 
A Visit with Margaret Atwood (brief bio with her 1993 address to the American Booksellers Association)
Robertson Davies
Robertson Davies Resources (ZIA)
Robertson Davies Tribute (Southam)
Earle Birney Page (Will Garrett-Petts, U. College of the Cariboo, British Columbia, Canada)
John McCrae Page (The Poetry Archives)
Michael Ondaatje Information (Thomas B. Friedman)
Lucy Maud Montgomery
Anne of Green Gables (Project Gutenberg)
Anne of Avonlea (Project Gutenberg)
Anne of the Island (Project Gutenberg)
Kindred Spirits: The L. M. Montgomery Home Page 
Lucy Maud Montgomery: The Dreamer of Dreams (Ginny Wilmhoff)
Works of Robert W. Service 
General Resources in Carribean Lit.
Anglophone Literature of Africa, India, and the Caribbean (index of study guides for Soyinka, Fugard, Gordimer, and others) (Paul Brians, Washington State U.)
The Friday Site (teaching resource dedicated to the Friday side of Robinson Crusoe)
Eugenio D. Matibag (Iowa State U.), "Self-Consuming Fictions: The Dialectics of Cannibalism in Modern Caribbean Narratives" 
C.L.R. James
C.L.R. James Page (Andy Blunden)
Paul Le Blanc, "Challenges of a Black Revolutionary: The Marxism of C. L. R. James" 
Notes On Dialectics (Excerpts) (Andy Blunden):
Appearance and Actuality 
The Doctrine of Being 
The Doctrine of Essence 
The Doctrine of the Notion 
Leninism and the Notion 
Review and Leninist Interlude 
"The Property" (excerpt from Black Jacobins (
Jamaica Kincaid
SALON Features: "Jamaica Kincaid" (interview with Dwight Garner, continuing on
Jean Rhys
"I Used to Live Here Once" 
Derek Walcott
Rei Terada (University of Michigan), "Derek Walcott and the Poetics of Transport" 
"Crusoe's Journal" (from The Gulf) (The Friday Site)
Derek Walcott Page (with a recorded lecture and bibliography) (Michigan State U. Celebrity Lecture Series)
"Tomorrow, Tomorrow" (Deb Craft)
Ireland (many of these authors are also listed on the main English literature pages) (See also Minority Studies: Gaelic & Celtic, and History: Irish)
General Resources in Irish Lit.
19th Century British and Irish Authors (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
An Ireland Reading List (Universitätsbibliothek Mannheim)
Early Irish Lyric Poetry (trans. Kuno Meyer) (Michael Sundermeier, Creighton U.)
Irish Literary Sources and Resources (Michael Sundermeier, Creighton U.)
Irish Literature and Theatre on the Web (Virtual Tourist Guide to Ireland)
Irish Poems Site 
The Irish Poetry Page (Dagmar Müller, U. Cologne)
Irish Writers' Guide (Philip Casey)
Suite101.com: Irish Literature (Shannon Jordan)
Samuel Beckett
Samuel Beckett Page (Bohemian Ink)
The Samuel Beckett Endpage ("a multiple resource site for all those interested in the life and works of Samuel Beckett. It also houses the official page of the Samuel Beckett Society") (Porter Abbott, U. California, Santa Barbara)
Early Twentieth Century British and Irish Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Gaelic Songs ("10 popular Gaelic songs with vocabulary list and translation for each") (Tom Thomson)
James Joyce
General Resources
The Brazen Head: A James Joyce Public House (Allen B. Ruch)
Donald Theall's Gopher Site for Joyce Materials 
A Joycean Vocabulary-Builder (John S. Watson, NASA Ames Research Center)
Work in Progress: A Website Devoted to the Writings of James Joyce (R.L. Callahan, Temple U.)
Dubliners (Bibliomania)
Finnegans Wake (gopher)
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (Bibliomania)
A Teacher's Guide to the Signet Classic Edition of James Joyce's Dubliners (Penguin USA)
The Internet Ulysses (Jorn Barger)
Ulysses (Bibliomania)
Robert Scholes (Brown U.), "In the Brothel of Modernism: Picasso and Joyce" 
Multimedia Resources
Mystic Fire's Page for Joyce Videos 
The Thomas MacGreevy Archive ("poet, critic, translator, art historian and Director of the National Gallery of Ireland (1950-1963), [MacGreevy] is one of the pivotal figures of Irish Modernism. His links with Irish, British, American and European writers, artists, art historians, and politicians was so extensive that an examination of his life provides a unique window onto cultural and artistic interconnections for the first three quarters of the twentieth century") (Susan Schreibman, New Jersey Institute of Technology)
Margaret O'Beirne's Page 
Sean O'Casey
Concordance to Juno and the Paycock by Sean O'Casey (Iowa State U.)
Seamus Heaney 
George Bernard Shaw
A Brief Biography (Cary M. Mazer)
"Capital Punishment" (Atlantic Unbound)
Thomas E. Hart, The Role of Will in Two Evolutionary Plays by Bernard Shaw (dissertation)
A World Wide Web Page for the Early Modern Era ("devoted to the discussion of the plays of George Bernard Shaw, and his contemporaries") (Thomas E. Hart)
Sonnets from Ireland (Sonnet Central)
William Butler Yeats
"An Irish Airman Foresees His Death" 
"The Second Coming" (Bret Benjamin)
Selected Works (UPenn gopher)
Texts from Yeats Annual No. 7 (UPenn gopher)
W.B. Yeats Page (The Poetry Archives)
W.B. Yeats Page (Michael Eiichi Hishikawa)
Toms O. Cathasaigh (Harvard U.), "The Hero of Irish Myth and Saga" 
John Rickard (Bucknell U.)
Modern Irish Literature 
Seminar in James Joyce 
Scotland (many of these authors are also listed on yhe main English Literature pages)
Thomas Campbell, "The Last Man" (Loyola U., Chicago)
Edinburghers Page (biographies; including 18th- and 19th-century authors)
Robert Ferguson, Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Gaelic Songs ("10 popular Gaelic songs with vocabulary list and translation for each") (Tom Thomson)
Janet Schaw, Journal of a Lady of Quality, Being the Narrative of a Journey from Scotland to the West Indies, North Carolina, and Portugal, in the years 1774 to 1776 (Starn: Scots Teaching and Research Network, U. Glasgow)
A Scotland Reading List (Universitätsbibliothek Mannheim)
Scottish Writers on the Internet ("biographical and bibliographical information on 200+ Scottish literary authors") (Andrew Crumey)
Sir Walter Scott
The Heart of Mid-Lothian (Anders Thulin)
Ivanhoe: A Romance (TEI-conformant) (Anders Thulin/U. Virginia)
A Legend of Montrose (Anders Thulin)
Selected Poems (U. Toronto)
Selected Poems (Richard Darsie, U. California, Davis)
Waverly Novels of Sir Walter Scott ("selected novels from the text 'Waverley Novels - The Centenary Edition', volume 3, published by Adam & Charles Black, Edinburgh, in 1870, [The Antiquary in 1871] and printed by R Clark, Edinburgh") (Starn: Scots Teaching and Research
STARN: Scots Teaching and Research Network
Homepage (U. Glasgow)
Selected Resources:  
Scottish Plays 
Scottish Poetry 
Scottish Prose 
The Works of John Galt (Starn: Scots Teaching and Research Network, U. Glasgow)
Subcontinental (South Asian) (many of these authors are also listed on the main English Literature pages; for Subcontinental literatures not in English, see Literature (Other than English): Subcontinental; see also Cultural Studies: Postcolonial Studies)
General Resources in Subcontinental Literature
Anglophone Literature of Africa, India, and the Caribbean (index of study guides for Soyinka, Fugard, Gordimer, and others) (Paul Brians, Washington State U.)
Books by South Asian Writers Writing in English (bibliography) (Murali Damodaran, Nanyang Technological U.)
Literature of the Indian Subcontinent in English (George P. Landow, Brown U.)
SASIALIT Mailing List: Literature of South Asia and the Indian Diaspora ("discussion of contemporary literature of South Asia [Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka], including works by authors of South Asian origin throughout the world. . . . primary focus of the list is on authors who
Anita Desai
Anita Desai Page (George P. Landow, Brown U.)
Brief Biography (Melissa Culross)
General Criticism
Leela Gandhi (La Trobe U.), "Indo-Anglian Fiction: Writing India, Elite Aesthetics, and the Rise of the 'Stephanian' Novel" (1997) (Australian Humanities Review)
C.E. Poverman, "Battered Top Hat, Amulet, and Silver Crucifix" (book reviews of Lee Siegel, Anita Desai, and Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni) (Hungry Mind Review)
Kamala Das Page (George P. Landow, Brown U.)
Arundhati Roy
Arundhati Roy Page (Hasbiniz Web Library)
Salman Rushdie
Banned Books - Salman Rushdie (with a chronology of Satanic Verses and an audio track)
Anthony R. Guneratne, "The Virtual Spaces of Postcoloniality: Rushdie, Ondaatje, Naipaul, Bakhtin and the Others" (1997) 
Jenny Sharpe (UCLA), "The Limits of What Is Possible: Reimagining Sharam in Salman Rushdie's Shame" (1997) (Jouvert)
M. Brent Sleeper (Carleton C.), "Satanic Verses and Last Temptations: Modern Parables of Sacredness & Profanity" 
C J. S. Wallia (IndiaStar), "The Rushdie Phenomenon: A Second Look" IndiaStar)
David Cronenberg, "The Enemy of the People and the Media" (1995) (interview with Rushdie by the film director) (Shift)
Salon Features: Salman Rushdie (interview with pictures)
The Moor's Last Sigh (promotional site for the novel that includes excerpts, excerpts from Rushdie's previous work, a forum, a bio, and other info; requires graphical browser) (Random House, Inc.)
Salman Rushdie Page (George P. Landow, Brown U.)
Salman Rushdie Page (very extensive page, with annotated bibliography and links to numerous related web resources)
Salman Rushdie Page (Bohemian Ink)
Statement by the Rushdie Defense Committee (Paul Auster and Don DeLillo)
Sara Suleri Page
Homepage (George P. Landow, Brown U.)
Meatless Days Page 
Rabindranath Tagore
"Modern Poetry" 
Rabindranath Tagore Poems (shartan@charlie.cns.iit.edu)
Rabindranath Tagore Page (Sandeep Mitra, SUNY Brockport)
Wales (for Welsh literature written in Welsh, see Other Literatures (Welsh); see also Minority Studies: Gaelic & Celtic)
A Wales Reading List (Universitätsbibliothek Mannheim)
Journals (Other Literatures in English)
Quarterly Literary Review Singapore 

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