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Literature (in English)
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General Resources in Victorian Lit.
The 1890s Society 
19th-Century Sensation Writers (from A Guide to Classic Mystery and Detection) (Michael E. Grost)
19th Century British and Irish Authors (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
A 19th Century British Timeline (Robert Brinley, Virginia Tech U.)
Electronic Resources For Nineteenth Century Studies
E-Texts for Victorianists (archive of texts by nineteenth-century authors such as Arnold, Carlyle, Newman, Pater, and Wilde as well as important works by lesser-known writers; texts based on authoritative editions, often in the version of their first publication; texts retain notes, page numbers, of the print versions) (Alfred J. Drake)
Internet Library of Early Journals (digitized 20-year runs of six 18th and 19th-century British journals: Gentleman's Magazine, Annual Register, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, Notes and Queries, The Builder, and Blackwood's Edin
New Books in Nineteenth-Century Studies ("authors, titles, publishers, prices, ISBN numbers and publishers' descriptions for new and forthcoming critical works, anthologies, and critical editions of nineteenth-century British materials"; will also include reviews) (English Dept., USC)
Northeast Victorian Studies Assoc. 
On-Line Literary Resources: Victorian (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
Some Nineties Links and Books (George Simmers)
Victoria & Albert, Vicky & the Kaiser: A Chapter of Anglo-German Family Relations (exhibit; in German and English) (Ausstellungen des Deutschen Historischen Museums)
Victorian Medicine ("comprehensive study of both professional and traditional medicinal practices in England between the years 1830 and 1910") (Henry Hattemer)
Victorian Database Online (by-subscription database of records for books, articles, and dissertation abstracts published from 1945 to 1999 on topics relating to the 'long' Victorian age, 1830-1914; cross-disciplinary; offers both institutional and individual subscription rat
Victorian Web Sites (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
The Victorian Society in America 
The Victorian Sonnet (Sonnet Central)
Victorian Sensationalism Online (Andrew Mactavish, McMaster U.)
The Victorian Web (major WWW archive; requires graphical browser)
The Victorian Women Writers Project (major archival project making works available through the Web; works can be accessed in HTML or TEI-conformant SGML; number of works included will increase in time) (Perry Willett, Indiana U.)
Victorian Women Writers' Letters Project ("correspondences of early to mid-Victorian British women writers, and a database of the writers' interpersonal transactions as recorded by and in their letters both published and unpublished"; the first phase of the project includes resources related to the letters of Anna Jameson, Harriet Martineau, and their friends) (Katharine Bassett Patterson, U. British Columbia)
Victoria Research Web (Patrick Leary, Indiana U.)
Authors, Works, Projects
Aesthetes and Decadents
Aesthetes and Decadents -- An Overview (The Victorian Web)
Authors Associated with the Aesthetic and Decadent Movement(s) (The Victorian Web)
Henry Alford
Selected Poems (Sonnet Central)
Matthew Arnold
General Resources
Tod Jones (U. Maryland) The Broad Church: Persons: Matthew Arnold (Brief summary of contribution, biographical chronology, and bibliographical index) (Tod Jones, UMCP)
David J. DeLaura, U. Pennsylvania, Hebrew and Hellene in Victorian England: Newman, Arnold, and Pater: a Victorian Web Book (2000) (The Victorian Web)
George P. Landow, Brown U., Arnold's Religious Beliefs (The Victorian Web)
Poetry [Show]
Prose [Show]
Matilda Betham-Edwards
A Valentine (Words of a Woman)
Matilda Betham-Edwards, 1836-1919  (short biography) (Women in the Literary Marketplace 1800 - 1900)
East of Paris: Sketches in the Gātinais, Bourbonnais, and Champagne  (Project Gutenberg)
Elegies and Other Small Poems (U. California, Davis)
Holidays in Eastern France (Project Gutenberg)
Mathilde Blind
Mathilde Blind (biography) (Litencyc.com)
Selected Poems (Sonnets.org)
"Shelley's View of Nature Contrasted With Darwin's" (1886) (Victorian Women Writers Project: An Electronic Collection)
Mary Elizabeth Braddon (Victorian Sensationalism Online / Andrew Mactavish, U. Alberta)
The Mary Elizabeth Braddon Website (Chris Willis)
Biographical Introduction 
Mary Elizabeth Braddon: Index of Sensation Press Pages (Jennifer Carnell)
Chris Willis, Birkbeck College, "Mary Elizabeth Braddon and the literary marketplace: a study in commercial authorship" (1998) 
Mary Elizabeth Braddon: E-texts (Chris Willis)
Lady Audley's Secret (1861-2, published serially) (e-text) (Andrew MacTavish)
Anne Brontė
General Resources
Anne Brontė - The Scarborough Connection  (Michael Armitage)
Brontė Sisters Web (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
The Brontė Sisters Site (Cecilia Falk)
Agnes Grey (1847) (e-text) (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
The Tenant of Wildfell Hall [Show]
Charlotte Brontė
General Resources
Brontė Sisters Web (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
The Brontė Sisters Site (Cecilia Falk)
Charlotte Brontė Page (The Poetry Archives)
The Brontės: Texts, Sources, and Criticism (concentrates on Charlotte; emphasis on phrenology) (Peter Friesen)
Elizabeth Gaskell, The Life of Charlotte Brontė (1857) (e-text)
Jane Eyre [Show]
The Professor (1857) (e-text) (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
Shirley (1849) (e-text) (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
Villette (1853) (e-text) (Matsuharu Mitsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
Emily Brontė
General Resources
Brontė Sisters Web (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
The Brontė Sisters Site (Cecilia Falk)
Emily Brontė (brief information page on Brontė in the context of sensation fiction) (Michael E. Grost)
Emily Brontė Page (The Poetry Archives)
Emily Bronte Page (Literature Classics)
Jerome Bump, U. Texas, Austin, "Family-Systems Theory, Addiction, and Emily Brontė's Wuthering Heights: Part 6 of The Family Dynamics of Victorian Fiction" (1997) 
John P. Farrell, U. Texas, Austin, "The Dreams in Wuthering Heights" (1989) (The Victorian Web)
Wuthering Heights (1847) (e-text) (Matsuharu Mitsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
General Resources
Elizabeth Barrett Browning: Biographical Materials (The Victorian Web)
Elizabeth Barrett Browning Page (The Poetry Archives)
Aurora Leigh (1857) [Show]
Poems of 1844 (Megan L. Hollmann, U. Maryland)
The Runaway Slave at Pilgrim's Point 
Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Sonnets from the Portuguese (Priya Sridharan)
Robert Browning
General Resources
Robert Browning -- Literary Relations (collection of articles) (The Victorian Web)
Robert [Hypermedia] Browning (English Dept., U. Tennessee at Martin)
Robert Browning Page (The Poetry Archives)
Andrea del Sarto (The Browning Page)
The Bishop Orders His Tomb at St. Praxed's Church (The Browning Page)
Fra Lippo Lippi (The Browning Page)
The Guardian Angel (The Browning Page)
E. D. H. Johnson, Princeton U., The Alien Version of Victorian Poetry: a Victorian Web Book (chapters on Tennyson, R. Browning, and Arnold) (The Victorian Web)
Old Pictures in Florence (The Browning Page)
Robert Buchanan
Robert Buchanan (A selection of his poetry plus biographical information and links)(Patrick Regan)
Lady Augusta Ada Byron, Countess Of Lovelace
Ada Byron Lovelace (excerpt from Math Odyssey 2000)
Ada Byron King, Countess of Lovelace (from The Ada Project, TAP)
Augusta Ada Byron (biography with pictures) (Ryan Stansifer)
Bio of Ada Byron Lovelace (Betty Toole / Biographies of Women Mathematicians)
Ada Bryon Page (Betty Toole / Biographies of Women Mathematicians Web Site)
Thomas Carlyle
General Resources
Thomas Carlyle -- Image, Symbol, and Motif (The Victorian Web)
Thomas Carlyle -- Literary Relations (collection of articles) (The Victorian Web)
Chris R. Vanden Bossche, U. of Notre Dame, Carlyle and the Search for Authority: a Victorian Web Book (2001) (The Victorian Web)
Hudson's Statue (No. 7 from Latter-Day Pamphlets) (The Victorian Web)
Sartor Resartus (1836) (e-text) (Project Gutenberg)
Lewis Carroll
General Resources
Glorious Nonsense: Jabberwocky (Very interesting site with a short essay on non/sense and which contemplates "Jabberwocky" in the most un/likely of places; also a link to the "Wonderland" WebRing and a nice illustrated version of Carroll's poem)(David Shaw)
Looking for Lewis Carroll (Association for New Lewis Carroll Studies)
Rev. Charles Lutwidge Dodgson (aka Lewis Carroll): Photographer (J. David Sapir)
Lewis Carroll Discussion List  (extensive archives and links)(Mike Leach)
The Alice Books [Show]
The Hunting of the Snark: An Agony in Eight Fits (U. Virginia e-text version; follows TEI protocols)
Lewis Carroll Page (The Poetry Archives)
Selected Poetry of Lewis Carroll (U. Toronto)
Arthur Hugh Clough
Homepage (U. Toronto)
Arthur Hugh Clough: An Overview (The Victorian Web)
Bethesda: A Sequel (1849) (e-text) (The Victorian Web)
The Questioning Spirit (1847) (e-text) (The Victorian Web)
Hartley Coleridge
Wordsworth Unvisited (Raingod.com)
Wilkie Collins
General Resources
Philip V. Allingham, Lakehead U., Ontario, "The Moonstone and British India (1857, 1868, and 1876)" (2000) (The Victorian Web)
Victorian Sensationalism Online: Wilkie Collins (Andrew Mactavish, U. Alberta) [Show]
Wilkie Collins (discussion of Collins and sensation fiction) (Michael E. Grost)
Wilkie Collins Appreciation Page (David R. Grigg)
The Wilkie Collins Website (Paul Lewis)
The Fiction of Wilkie Collins (e-texts) (James Rusk)
The Moonstone (Bibliomania)
The Woman in White (Bibliomania)
Joseph Conrad see Modern British Authors, Works, Projects
Philip V. Allingham, Lakehead U., Ontario, "Comparing Imagery in Conrad and Hardy" (2000) (The Victorian Web)
Joseph Conrad Page (The Victorian Web)
Ernest Dowson
"Grey Nights," "A Last Word," "To One in Bedlam" (sonnets.org)
Charles Dickens
General Resources
Charles Dickens (brief discussion of Dickens in the context of sensation fiction) (Michael E. Grost)
Dickens Project 
The Dickens Page (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
E. D. H. Johnson, Princeton U., Charles Dickens: An Introduction to His Novels (1969) (full text) (The Victorian Web)
James R. Kincaid, U. Southern California, Dickens and the Rhetoric of Laughter (1971) (full text) (The Victorian Web)
Charles Dickens -- Social and Political Contexts (essays) (The Victorian Web)
A Christmas Carol (Peter Galbavy)
Dombey and Son (Bibliomania)
Great Expectations [Show]
Martin Chuzzlewit (Bibliomania)
Nicholas Nickleby (Bibliomania)
The Pickwick Papers (Bibliomania)
Pictures from Italy (Project Gutenberg)
A Tale of Two Cities (Bibliomania)
Works in Bibliomania Library 
Benjamin Disraeli
Benjamin Disraeli Page  (The Victorian Web)
The Disraeli Project ("The Disraeli Project is a Research Unit of Queen's University at Kingston, Canada, engaged in producing a scholarly edition of the correspondence of Benjamin Disraeli") (Queen's U., Canada)
Domestic Life in 19th Century England
The Victorian Dictionary (a guide to the social history of Victorian London) (Lee Jackson)
Victorian Political History: An Overview (categories of links include: Timelines; Corn Laws; Reform Acts; Women's Suffrage; Prime Ministers; Other Figures; Miscellaneous; The British Empire and International Relations; Economic History; Related Topics; and Pre-Nineteenth History) (The Victorian Web)
Victorian Social History: An Overview (categories of links include: Public Health; Conditions of Life and Labor; Race, Class, and Gender Issues; Education; London; Miscellaneous; and Economic History) (The Victorian Web, Brown U.)
George Eliot
Tim Watson (Columbia U.), "Jamaica, Genealogy, George Eliot: Inheriting the Empire After Morant Bay" (1997) (Jouvert)
Hugh Witemeyer, U. of New Mexico, George Eliot and the Visual Arts: a Victorian Web Book (1979) (The Victorian Web)
Virginia Woolf, "George Eliot" (1919) (A Celebration of Women Writers)
Photo of George Eliot 
Adam Bede (1859) (Princeton U.)
Brother Jacob (1864) (Princeton U.)
Chronological List by Date of Publication of George Eliot's Novels, Short Stories and Poems [Show]
Daniel Deronda (1876) (Project Gutenberg)
Felix Holt, The Radical (1866) (Princeton U.)
The Lifted Veil (1859) (Princeton U.)
Middlemarch [Show]
The Mill on the Floss (1860) (Princeton U.)
Romola (1862-3) (Princeton U.)
Scenes from Clerical Life (1857) (Princeton U.)
Silas Marner: The Weaver Of Raveloe (1861) [Show]
Elizabeth Gaskell
General Resources
Elizabeth Gaskell Web (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan )
Gaskell-L (discussion list) (Gaskell Society)
The Gaskell Society 
The Gaskell Society Journal (with pdf downloads of articles)
Alan Shelston, "Elizabeth Gaskell's Manchester" (1989) (The Gaskell Web)
Gaskell at Virtual Knutsford (includes a virtual map to Cranford)
E-Texts (includes all the novels and many short stories) (Matsuharu Mitsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
The Ilustrated Cranford (Mitsuharu Mitsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
The Life of Charlotte Bronte (1857) (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
Elizabeth Malcolm, Hartwick College, Growing Heroines: Elizabeth Gaskell's Heroines (undergraduate thesis)
North and South Page (The Victorian Web)
George Gissing
General Resources
George Gissing Page (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
George Gissing Website (Peter Morton)
Constance D. Harsh, Colgate U., "George Gissing's The Unclassed and the Perils of Naturalism" (1992) 
Constance D. Harsh, Colgate U., "George Gissing's Thyrza: Romantic Love and Ideological Co-Conspiracy" (1994) 
Charles Dickens: A Critical Study (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
The Immortal Dickens (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
New Grub Street (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
The Old Women (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
The Private Papers of Henry Ryecroft (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
Sleeping Fires (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
Godey's Lady's Book
Homepage (short fiction, editorials, plates, etc., from the 1855-59 volumes of the 19th-century women's literary magazine) (Hope Greenberg, U. Vermont)
Godey's Lady's Book Online (U. Rochester)
Amy Condra Peters, "Godey's Lady's Book and Sarah Josepha Hale: Making Female Education Fashionable" (1992-1993) 
H. Ryder Haggard
King Solomon's Mines (plain-text) (wiretap.spies.com)
She (plain-text) (wiretap.spies.com)
John Hamner
Selected Poems of John Hamner (Sonnet Central)
Thomas Hardy
General Resources
Thomas Hardy -- Theme and Subject (The Victorian Web)
Thomas Hardy Page (The Poetry Archives)
The Thomas Hardy Association (Yale U.)
The Thomas Hardy Society 
Philip V. Allingham, Lakehead U., Ontario, "Defending Hardy's Classical Symbolism to Describe Eustacia Vye" (2000) (The Victorian Web)
Far From the Madding Crowd [Show]
Jude the Obscure (Bibliomania)
Mayor of Casterbridge (Bibliomania)
Tess of the D'Urbervilles (Bibliomania)
Works in Bibliomania Library 
Ah, Are You Digging on My Grave? (Seamus Cooney, Western Michigan U)
Sonnets of Thomas Hardy (Sonnet Central)
Frank Harris
Frank Harris Page (biographical information, annotated bibliography, reviews, and other resources) (Alfred Armstrong)
George Heath
George Heath (The Moorland Poet 1844-1869. The site contains all the published poems, biography and additional material)(Patrick Regan)
Gerard Manley Hopkins
General Resources
Electronic Resources Related to G.M. Hopkins and his Poetry (R.J.C.Watt, U. Dundee)
Gerard Manley Hopkins Page (David Jerome Callon, Creighton U.)
Gerard Manley Hopkins Page (The Poetry Archives)
Web Concordances: Gerard Manley Hopkins - Poems (requires Netscape 2.0+) (Rob Watt, U. Dundee)
George P. Landow, Brown U., "'Yet Hear My Paradox': Hopkins's Typological Allusions," (print 1980, web 1998) (ch. 6 from Victorian Types, Victorian Shadows: Biblical Typology in Victorian Literature, Art, and Thought: A Victorian Web Book) (The Victorian Web)
Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins (ed. Robert Bridges) (1918) (Bartleby Library)
Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Fanny Kemble
Frances Ann Kemble (illustrated biography) (On the Road in American Culture: An Internet Anthology)
Journal of a Residence on a Georgian Plantation  (excerpt) (Africans in America, PBS.org)
People & Events: Fanny Kemble and Pierce Butler, 1806 - 1893  (Africans in America, PBS.org)
Selected Poems (Sonnet Central)
Rudyard Kipling
General Resources
Kipling Society 
Rudyard Kiping Page (Victorian Web)
Complete Collection of Poems by Rudyard Kipling 
Kim (Bibliomania)
Poems by Rudyard Kipling (Poetry Archives)
"Rikki-Tikki-Tavi" (EServer)
Stalky & Co. (Bibliomania)
"The White Man's Burden" (Paul Halsall)
Nandi Bhatia, "Kipling's Burden: Representing Colonial Authority and Constructing the 'Other' through Kimball O'Hara and Babu Hurree Chander in Kim" (U. Texas)
Jim Zwick, "'The White Man's Burden' and Its Critics" (Kipling's work and eleven anti-imperialist responses; collected by Jim Zwick, Syracuse U.)
Edward Lear
Edward Lear Page (Marco Graziosi)
Michele Sala, "Lear's Nonsense: Beyond Children's Literature" (2000) (Nonsenselit.org)
Clifton Snider, California State U., Long Beach "Victorian Trickster: A Jungian Consideration of Edward Lear's Nonsense Verse" (2001) A Jungian Consideration of Edward Lear's Nonsense Verse" () 
The Story of The Four Little Children Who Went Round the World (Steve Lindberg)
The Two Old Bachelors (Steve Lindberg)
George MacDonald
The George MacDonald Society 
George MacDonald WWW Page (Ian P. Blakemore)
Don W. King, Montreal College, "The Childlike in George MacDonald and C. S. Lewis" (1986) 
George MacDonald Page (The Victorian Web)
Works (e-texts of two dozen of MacDonald's works) (Arthurs Classic Novels)
William McGonagall
McGonagall Online (Chris Hunt)
George Meredith
Anna Hemberger, Gustavus Adolphus College, "Change is in the Air-But Can the Victorians Smell It?: Meredith's Modern Love as a Telling Aroma"  (The Victorian Web)
Lucifer in Starlight (Bartleby.com)
Selected Poetry (U. Toronto)
Sonnets by George Meredith (Sonnet Central)
John Stuart Mill see Philosophers
John Stuart Mill Page (The Victorian Web)
Thomas Moore
Selected Poetry (U. Toronto)
Thomas Moore (1779-1852) (Matsuharu Mitsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
William Morris
Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
William Morris (U. Toronto)
William Morris Home Page 
William Morris (The Victorian Web)
John Henry Newman
Apologia pro Vita Sua (Newmanreader.org)
David J. DeLaura, U. Pennsylvania, Hebrew and Hellene in Victorian England: Newman, Arnold, and Pater: a Victorian Web Book (2000) (The Victorian Web)
John Henry Cardinal Newman (The Victorian Web)
George P. Landow, Brown U., Newman and the Idea of an Electronic University (The Victorian Web)
Newman Mega-Links Page (Dave Armstrong)
Newman Page (Caltech Newman Center)
Caroline Norton see Selected Victorian Writers on Social Issues
The Cold Change (Sonnet Central)
The Oxford Movement and Its Leaders ("on-going bibliographic project conducted by Lawrence N. Crumb of the U. Oregon Library")
Walter Pater
Coleridge (1865/1880) (U. Toronto)
The Complete Works of Walter Pater The first major project of a new electronic archive, E-Texts for Victorianists, which offers texts by nineteenth-century authors. These e-texts are based on authoritative editions (often in the version of their first publication), and retains notes, page numbers, and other essential elements of a scholarly text.
David J. DeLaura, U. Pennsylvania, Hebrew and Hellene in Victorian England: Newman, Arnold, and Pater: a Victorian Web Book (2000) (The Victorian Web)
Walter Pater's The Renaissance: Studies in Art and Poetry: a Victorian Web Book (The Victorian Web)
Style (U. Toronto)
Wordsworth (1874) (U. Toronto)
The Penny Magazine
Homepage ("the Penny Magazine, published every Saturday, was aimed at the working class. It was part of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge's program for liberal reform"; issues from 1832-35) (History Dept., U. Rochester)
Pre-Raphaelites (see Art page) 
Pre-Raphaelite Overview (The Victorian Web)
Christina Rossetti
General Resources
Christina Rossetti Page (The Poetry Archives)
Christina Rossetti Page (The Victorian Web)
Anthony H. Harrison, North Carolina State U., Christina Rossetti in Context: a Victorian Web Book (1998) (The Victorian Web)
Christina Rossetti -- And Women's History (The Victorian Web)
"Goblin Market" (Leon Malinofsky)
Christina Rossetti's "Goblin Market": an Overview (The Victorian Web)
Selected Poetry (U. Toronto)
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
General Resources
Breanna Byecroft, Brown U., "Representations of the Female Voice in Victorian Poetry" (2003) (The Victorian Web)
Dante Gabriel Rossetti Archive (Jerome McGann, UVA)
Dante Gabriel Rossetti Page (The Victorian Web)
George P. Landow, Brown U., "'Life touching lips with immortality': Rossetti's Temporal Structures" (print 1990; web 1998) (The Victorian Web)
Thomas Maitland [Robert Buchanan], "The Fleshy School of Poetry: Mr. D. G. Rossetti" (print 1871; web 2002) (The Victorian Web)
Dante Gabriel Rossetti Page (The Poetry Archives)
Drawings and Sketches (The Victorian Web)
Paintings in Oil (The Victorian Web)
Poems (1st edition; 1870) (UVA)
Selected Poetry (U. Toronto)
John Ruskin
General Resources
George P. Landow, Brown U., Ruskin: a Victorian Web Book (The Victorian Web)
George P. Landow, Brown U., The Aesthetic and Critical Theories of John Ruskin (The Victorian Web)
John Ruskin Page (The Victorian Web)
Paul L. Sawyer, Cornell U. Ruskin's Poetic Argument: The Design of the Major Works: a Victorian Web Book (2000) 
Letter from John Ruskin to R.N. Wornum, Keeper of the National Gallery (Rylands Library MS)
Ruskin on Turner (Ruskin's commentary; accompanied by images of Turner's pictures) (The Art Bin)
"The Storm-Cloud of the Nineteenth-Century" (1884) (U. Texas, Austin)
Robert Louis Stevenson
General Resources
Robert Louis Stevenson Page (Richard Dury, U. Bergamo, Italy)
Robert Louis Stevenson Online Exhibit (National Library of Scotland)
Robert Louis Stevenson, 1850-1894: Online Exhibit (Thomas Cooper Library, U. South Carolina)
Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Bibliomania)
The Dynamiter (Bibliomania)
Prince Otto (Bibliomania)
Robert Louis Stevenson Page (The Poetry Archives)
Treasure Island (Bibliomania)
Treasure Island ("information on everything you could possibly want to know about Treasure Island. Find out about the author, the characters of the book, tropical islands, pirates, buried treasure and lots more!" ["created by UK Office for Library and Information Networking"]
Robert Louis Stevenson Works in Bibliomania Library 
Bram Stoker
Dracula Source (1488) ("translation of one of the oldest surviving versions of the story of Vlad V, Prince of Wallachia . . . printed in Nuremburg in 1488") (Michael Gamer, U. Penn)
Dracula (Peter Galbavy)
Dracula Home Page (Elizabeth Miller)
Algernon Charles Swinburne
General Resources
Anthony H. Harrison, North Carolina State U., Swinburne's Medievalism: A Study in Victorian Love Poetry: a Victorian Web Book (The Victorian Web)
Swinburne Page (The Poetry Archives)
Algernon Charles Swinburne Page (The Victorian Web)
T.S. Eliot, Swinburne as Critic (Bartleby Library)
Swinburne As Poet [Show]
A Forsaken Garden (Leon Malinofsky)
Selected Poems (U. Toronto)
Selected Poems of Algernon Charles Swinburne (John Walsh)
A Sequence of Sonnets on the Death of Robert Browning (U. Toronto)
Arthur Symons
Homepage (George Simmers)
Alfred, Lord Tennyson
General Resources
Tennyson Overview (The Victorian Web)
Tennyson Page (The Poetry Archives)
The Tennyson Page (Arthur Chandler, San Francisco State U.)
E. D. H. Johnson, Princeton U., The Alien Version of Victorian Poetry: a Victorian Web Book (chapters on Tennyson, R. Browning, and Arnold) (The Victorian Web)
James R. Kincaid, U. Southern California, Tennyson's Major Poems: The Comic and Ironic Patterns: a Victorian Web Book (The Victorian Web)
Tennyson's "The Lady of Shalott": an Overview (The Victorian Web)
The Charge of the Light Brigade (U. Virginia)
Demeter and Persephone (The Tennyson Page)
Idylls Of The King (The Tennyson Page) [Show]
The Lady of Shallot (The Tennyson Page)
Locksley Hall (U. Toronto)
The Lotos-Eaters (The Tennyson Page)
Lucretius (The Tennyson Page)
The Palace of Art (U. Toronto)
Recollections Of The Arabian Nights (The Tennyson Page)
Selected Poetry [Show]
Song: A Spirit Haunts... (The Tennyson Page)
Tithonus (The Tennyson Page)
Ulysses (The Tennyson Page)
William Makepeace Thackeray
General Resources
Peter L. Shillingsburg, Mississippi State U., Pegasus in Harness: Victorian Publishing and William Makepeace Thackeray: a Victorian Web Book (The Victorian Web)
William Makepeace Thackeray  (Victorian Web)
William Makepeace Thackeray (1811-63) (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, U. Nagoya)
The Chronicle of the Drum  (U. Indiana)
The Electronic Texts Collection: William Makepeace Thackeray  (U. Adelaide Library)
Project Gutenberg Titles by Thackeray, William Makepeace, 1811-1863 (Project Gutenberg)
Anthony Trollope
General Resources
Anthony Trollope (Ellen Moody)
Trollope (Trollope.org)
Anthony Trollope Page (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
Anthony Trollope Page (The Victorian Web)
The Trollope Society (UK) 
Novels of Anthony Trollope (Arthur's Classic Novels)
Victoria I
Heather Palmer, "Queen Victoria's Not So 'Victorian' Writings About Pregnancy, Children, Marriage and Men" (Victoriana.com)
Victorian Sensationalism Online ("an electronic repository of information about Victorian sensation fiction") (Andrew Mactavish, U. Alberta)
Oscar Wilde
General Resources
Official Homepage of Oscar Wilde (Merlin Holland)
Oscar Wilde Page (The Poetry Archives)
Oscar Wilde Page (The Victorian Web)
Wilde (site for film on Oscar Wilde directed by Brian Gilbert) (Samuelson Entertainment 1997)
The Wild Wilde Web (Adel Rojo Llamazares)
Works in Bibliomania Library 
Criticism & Commentary
Oscar Wilde's 1895 Martyrdom for  (brief digest of events) (Jorn Barger)
The Ballad of Reading Gaol 
Works (Bibliomania)
Poems (1821) (Bartleby Library)
The Complete Shorter Fiction & Poems in Prose (Bibliomania)
Concordance to The Importance of Being Earnest (Iowa State U.)
"The Decay of Lying" (EServer)
The Picture of Dorian Gray (Bibliomania)
Selected Victorian Writers on Social Issues
Charles Babbage,
Charles Darwin
Thomas E. Hart. The Anti-Darwin: The Literary and Philosophical Opposition to Darwinism (scroll down for PDF links) (work-in-progress: "the introduction, which is somewhat ill-tempered, the whole of Chgapter 1, and the written part of Chapter 2, are now online. Chapter 1: "covers the religious and scientific scene prior to the publication of Darwin's Origin of Species)
The Origin of Species (Peter Galbavy)
The Voyage of the Beagle
Darwin's Voyage of the Beagle (Peter Galbavy)
Discussion of the New Poor Law on VICTORIA List
George Macauley
George Macauley Minute on Indian Education (1835) 
Caroline Norton
A Celebration of Women Writers: Caroline Norton (biographical essay, with images) (Mary Mark Ockerbloom, U. Pennsylvania)
English Laws for Women in the Nineteenth Century (1854) (Victorian Women Writers Project)
The Lady of La Garaye (1866) (Victorian Women Writers Project)
Letters to the Mob (1848) (Victorian Women Writers Project)
A Letter to the Queen on Lord Chancellor Cranworth's Marriage & Divorce Bill (1855) (Victorian Women Writers Project)
A Plain Letter to the Lord Chancellor on the Infant Custody Bill (1839) (Victorian Women Writers Project)
Course Syllabi
Homepage (on English Courses page)
Criticism (for specific criticism, see under individual authors)
J. Hillis Miller (U. California, Irvine), "Graphic or Verbal: A Dilemma" (1998) (on the Victorian "multimedia" novel; drawn in part from Miller's Black Holes, 1999)
New Books in Nineteenth-Century Studies ("authors, titles, publishers, prices, ISBN numbers and publishers' descriptions for new and forthcoming critical works, anthologies, and critical editions of nineteenth-century British materials"; will also include reviews) (English Dept., USC)
Journals (Victorian Literature)
Interdisciplinary Nineteenth Century Studies 
Nineteenth-Century Literature (abstracts of articles; full texts of reviews)
Nineteenth Century Studies 
Victorian Poetry 
Victorian Studies (table of contents and some full-text articles)
Listservs & Newsgroups (Victorian Literature)
Gaskell-L (discussion list) (Gaskell Society)
VICTORIA List Archives (searchable) (Jian Liu, Indiana U.)
Victorian Listservs (from UPenn listserv index) (also see TILE.NET under General English Literature Resources above)
Conferences (Victorian Literary Studies)
Beauty in the Nineteenth Century (Second Annual 19th-C. Cross-Disciplinary Conference, Sept. 19-20, 1997, U. Toronto) 
Calls for Papers (U. Penn English Dept.)
Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies 15th Annual Conference, "Centers and Peripheries" (April 6-8, 2000, Yale U.) 
The Rossettis: Cosmopolitans in Victorian London (July 9-10 2001, St. Johns C., Cambridge U.) 
Ways of Seeing: The Nineteenth Century (June 22-24, 2000, U. Parix-X, Nanterre) (Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies & U. Paris-X, Nanterre)

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