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General Resources
ABU Bibliothèqe: Association des Bibliophiles Universelle 
ARTFL (Univ. of Chicago Project for American and French Research on the Treasury of the French Language) 
Association des Bibliophiles Universels 
Athena (extensive metapage of French and Swiss literary, arts, and scientific works) (Pierre Perroud)
Checklist of Editions of Major French Authors in Oxford (Voltaire Foundation, Oxford U.)
Chez Babbs, Salon Litteraire (Eluard, Baudelaire, Queneeau, Le Bernin, Rimbaud, Hugo, etc.)
Chroniques de Cybérie (French-language newsletter listing French-language sites in Canada and Europe) (Jean-Pierre Cloutier)
Dave's French Literature Links (created with David A. Gatwood's makehtml program from links by Bob Peckham ["TennesseeBob"])
Ecila: Internet Search Engine for French Resources ("searches the keywords you specify in a database of documents, all of which are located in France . . . returns a list of URLs found and a short summary of the content of each page")
The French Collection at UVA 
French-Language Newsgroups by Subjects 
French Libraries (gopher)
Hapax: French Resources on the Web 
La littérature et l'internet 
La République des Lettres (in French; includes online texts for articles since 1994)
Le Français Vivant (French language and literature resources) (Michel Billard Sirakawa, U Orleans)
Le gopher LITTERATURES de l'Universite de Montreal 
Les Nouvelles Ruines Circulaires (literature and theory metapage)
Letteratura francese (metapage in Italian) (Le Letterature del Mondo) (MC-link)
L'Explorateur Culturel (francophone culture and cyberculture metapage) (Ambassade de France, Ottawa)
République Internationale des Lettres 
Tennessee Bob's Famous French Links 
Théâtrales (French-language page of hypertext resources in theater studies) (Andre G. Bourassa)
University of Virginia's On-line Collection of French Texts 
Un peu de poésie française et quelques extraits de textes...4/4/95 
Voltaire Foundation (Oxford U.)
General Resources
The Anglo-Norman On-Line Hub (links to articles on Anglo-Norman language and culture, as well as description of on-line dictionary project) (U. of Wales, Aberystwyth, and U. of Wales, Swansea)
Bibliothèque nationale de France 
French Middle Ages (comprehensive set of links, by David A. Gatwood) (Globe-Gate Project, TennesseeBob Peckham, U. of Tennessee at Martin)
French Medieval Literature & Civilization (The Labyrinth)
Cristian-Ioan Pânzaru (U. of Bucharest) Introduction à l'étude de la littéerature médiévale française (links to numerous study guides for aspects of medieval French literature, in French)
Old French on the Web (site with numerous links to Old French texts, to linguistic aids, and to cultural background information) (Joseph E. Price, Indiana U.)
Le théâtre médiévale (homepage linking to some 19 e-texts of plays in Old French, with an emphasis on mystery plays) (Rennes U.)
Authors and Anonymous Works (anonymous works alphabetized by standard title; some works are arranged by common subject or provenance)
Adam de la Halle
Adam de la Halle bibliography (Jesse Hurlbut, Brigham Young U.)
Li gieus de Robin et Marion (in Old French, with full scholarly apparatus for the edition) (Olivier Bettens)
Li jus Adan ou De la feuilee (Old French edition from the Monmerqué and Michel 1842 edition) (Jeffrey Grav, Indiana U.)
Albéric de Pisançon ou de Briançon Roman d'Alexandre (author bio and link to full e-text; also includes e-texts of two other literary renditions of the Alexander legend) (Bibliotheca Augustana)
Aucassin et Nicolette
C'est d'Aucasin et de Nicolette: A Medieval Chant-Fable (web essay including facing Old French and English translation of entire text, introductory essay, with numerous illuminations from a Picard manuscript contemporary with the poem) (Julia Bolton Holloway, U. of Colorado, Boulder)
Aucassin et Nicolette (translation into English by Eugene Mason) (Blackmask Online)
La chanson de Roland
La Chanson de Roland (short description, with link to full e-text in Old French) (Bibliotheca Augustana)
The Song of Roland (e-text of John O'Hagan's translation) (Medieval Sourcebook, Fordham U.)
The Song of Roland (text based on Moncrief's 1919 translation) (Online Medieval and Classical Library; Douglas B. Killings)
Charles d'Orléans
Charles, Duc d'Orléans (links to some 20 texts) (Emily Ezust, The Lied and Art Song Texts Page)
Charles d'Orléans (biography, plus texts of 7 poems)(La bibliothèque de la DGCID)
Chretien de Troyes
The Charrette Project (texts, background, and criticism of Chretien de Troyes' Le chevalier de la charrette; "a scholarly, multi-media electronic archive")(Princeton U.)
Chevalier au lion (transcriptions in Old French from a number of manuscripts) (Laboratoire de français ancien, U. of Ottawa)
Chevalier au lion: Transcription synoptique des manuscrits et fragments  (manuscript description and transcription into Old French, as part of the LAF hosted by U. of Ottawa) (Kajsa Meyer, U. of Copenhagen)
Cliges (modern English,W.W.Comfort, trans.)(Online Medieval and Classical Library; U. California, Berkeley)
Le Conte du Graal (Perceval) (in Old French;transcription of ms BN fr 794)(Pierre Kunstman, U. of Ottawa)
Erec et Enide (modern English,W.W.Comfort, trans.)(Online Medieval and Classical Library; U. California, Berkeley)
Erec et Enide (in Old French) (Rennes U.)
Lancelot, or the Knight of the Cart (modern English,W.W.Comfort, trans.)(Online Medieval and Classical Library; U. California, Berkeley)
Yvain, or the Knight with the Lion (modern English,W.W.Comfort, trans.)(Online Medieval and Classical Library; U. California, Berkeley)
Perceval: Continuations and Supplements [Show]
Christine de Pizan
Christine de Pizan (biography and bibliography) (Sunshine for Women)
The Christine de Pizan Database (description of project, concordances, and wordlists) (James Laidlaw, U. of Edinburgh)
Christine de Pizan Le Dit de la Rose (e-text of the 1891 Maurice Roy edition) (Miranda Beaven Remnek, U. of Minnesota)
Christine de Pisan Early Modern French Women Writers Collection (links to e-texts of 5 of Christine's works) (Electronic Text Research Center, U. of Minnesota)
Eustache Deschamps
Eustache Deschamps (short bio and texts of 3 poems, in French) (Florilège de la poésie française)
François Villon
François Villon (e-texts of some 30 poems) (Thierry Schwab, Webnet)
Société François Villon (numerous links to e-texts of Villon's poetry, including links to music files) (Robert D. Peckham, U. of Tennessee-Martin)
Jean Froissart
Jean Froissart The Chronicles of Froissart, Translated by Lord Berners (full text in English, from Macaulay's 1910 edition) (Electronic Text Center, U. of Virginia)
Jean Froissart, Chronicles, 15th Century. (manuscript illuminations from BNF FR 2643) (Bibliothèque Nationale Française)
Jean Froissart, Tales from Froissart (excerpts from Thomas Johnes's English translation of Froissart's Chronicles) (Steve Muhlberger, Nipissing U., Canada)
The Jean Froissart Project (description of project, links to a bibliography with numerous Froissart resources)(Peter Ainsworth, U. of Liverpool)
Guillaime de Machaut
Machaut on the Web (numerous links, plus link to the International Machaut Society homepage) (Alice Clark, Loyola U., and Cynthia Cyrus, Vanderbilt U.))
Guillaume de Machaut: Discography, Biography, and Lyrics (Pierre-F. Roberge and Todd M. McComb)
Guillaume de Machaut Le livre du voir dit (in the Old French) (U. of Limoges)
Guillaume le Clerc De la male honte 
Jean Bodel Le jeu de Saint Nicholas (intro and e-text in Old French) Mihaela Voicu, U. of Bucharest)
Marie de France
General Resources [Show]
Texts [Show]
Secondary Criticism [Show]
Philippe de Thaon The Bestiary of Philippe de Thaon (intro and links to 3 e-text versions, including the original Anglo-Norman of the Livre des creatures, edited by Thomas Wright) (David Badke, The Medieval Bestiary)
Le roman de Renart
The History of Reynard the Fox (intro and link to 2 versions of William Caxton's 1481 translation, as edited by Henry Morley)(David Badke)
Roman de Renart (extended extracts from Renart texts in Old French) (Hiroshima U.)
Mihaela Voicu (U. of Bucharest) Le Roman de Renart (introduction to the history of Renart composition, as well as discussion of specific incidents, in French)
Le roman de la rose (Guillaume de Lorris and Jean de Meun)
Manuscripts [Show]
Thomas d'Angleterre (short bio of author, with links to e-texts of fragments of Tristan in Anglo-Norman (Bibliotheca Augustana)
Troubadours, Trouveres, and Trobaritz
John Jinright (Long Island School of Music) "The Troubadours of France, 1100-1300" (1998) (survey essay, plus bibliography)
(Lori-Anne Théroux-Bénoni, U. Concordia) "Les écrits des trobairitz" (discussion of women troubadours, along with a bibliography)
Troubadours and Jongleurs (links to biographical data of known troubadours, as well as to discography data for selected sources) (Pierre-F. Roberge)
La Vengeance Raguidel (complete e-text) (May Plouzeau, U. of Provence)
Wace Arthur dans le Roman de Brut de Wace (transcriptions of Arthurian portions) (Laboratoire de Francais Ancien, U. of Ottowa)
Wace The "Arthurian" Portion of the Roman de Brut (text of Eugene Mason's translation) (In parentheses Publications)
Roman de Rou (links to discussions of Wace's biography, his language, an e-text of the prologue to Rou, and more) (La Société Jersiaise)
Council of Remiremont (12th-C. Latin verse mock-account of a church council on Love; with English introduction and annotations by Paul Pascal, U. Washington)
Cultural and Historical Contexts
Chantez-vous français?  (discussion of music in medieval and Baroque France, in French; has full treatment of linguistic aspects) (Olivier Bettens)
The Crusades [Show]
Jean Froissart [Show]
Musée national du Moyen Âge (homepage for Paris museum, with links to descriptions of exhibitions and collections; in French)
Le Moyen Âge en lumière (numerous manuscript images used to highlight aspects of medieval culture, in French)(moyenageenlumiere.com)
Musée national du Moyen Âge (homepage for Paris museum, with links to descriptions of exhibitions and collections; in French)
16th Century
Bertrand de La Borderie Discours du Voyage de Constantinoble (hypertext edition with annotations on places, person names, maps, and mythology) (Danielle Trudeau, San Jose State U.)
French Early Modern Literature (links by David A. Gatwood from a list by Bob Peckham [TennesseeBob])
17th Century
Correspondance de Pierre Bayle (Voltaire Foundation, Oxford U.)
Dictionnaire de Port-Royal au XVIIe siécle (Voltaire Foundation, Oxford U.)
Jean Racine, Phèdre (Michel Billard Sirakawa, U. Orleans)
Madame de Lafayette Book of Hours Page (unique, image- and frame-intensive, hypertext meditation inspired by "the life, time or characters of Madame de Lafayette) (Christy Sheffield Sanford)
Neoclassical Nirvana (French Neoclassical Literature) (links by David A. Gatwood from a list by Bob Peckham [TennesseeBob])
Parisian Fairground Theatre (La naissance du théâtre de la foire à Paris: 1678 février 3) (in French) (Barry Russell)
18th Century
Dictionnaire de la presse 1600-1789 (Voltaire Foundation, Oxford U.)
Denis Diderot
Denis Diderot (Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
Encyclopédie de Diderot et d'Alembert (searchable)
Portraits Of Diderot
Enlightened Discourse: La Litterature Francaise du XVIIIe Siecle (links by David A. Gatwood from a list by Bob Peckham [TennesseeBob])
Enlightenment Essays in Memory of Robert Shackleton (Voltaire Foundation, Oxford U.)
Jean Le Rond d'Alembert, Réflexions sur l'histoire, et sur les différentes manières de l'écrire (1821) (Cromohs)
Cahiers Montesquieu (Voltaire Foundation, Oxford U.)
Oeuvres complètes (Voltaire Foundation, Oxford U.)
Robert Shackleton, Essays on Montesquieu and on the Enlightenment (Voltaire Foundation, Oxford U.)
Neoclassical Nirvana (French Neoclassical Literature) (links by David A. Gatwood from a list by Bob Peckham [TennesseeBob])
Jean-Jacques Rousseau
Rousseau and the Eighteenth Century: Essays in Memory of R. A. Leigh (Voltaire Foundation, Oxford U.)
Home Pages & Projects
Jean Jacques Rousseau (Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
Jean-Jacques Rousseau (Tom Stone, EpistemeLinks.com)
Philosopher All-Stars Trading Cards: Rousseau (Mark Achbar & Peter Wintonick)
Rousseau, l'Emile et la Révolution (Voltaire Foundation, Oxford U.)
Rousseau (biography, links to online texts, links to related Web pages) (Bjorn Christensson)
Picture of Rousseau (Philosopher's Gallery, U. Waterloo)
Bibliography of the Writings to 1800 (Voltaire Foundation, Oxford U.)
Confessions (Bjorn Christensson)
Correspondance Complète (Voltaire Foundation, Oxford U.)
Discours sur l'Origine et les Fondements de l'Inégalité parmi les Hommes (Pierre Perroud)
Discours sur les Sciences et les Arts (Pierre Perroud)
Du Contrat Social (Pierre Perroud)
Bibliographie analytique des Écrits relatifs …Voltaire 1966-1990 (Voltaire Foundation, Oxford U.)
Candide  (www.literature.org)
"Histoire"(Encyclopédie, tome VIII, 1765) (Cromohs)
Livre dangereux. Voltaire's Dictionnaire Philosophique (Voltaire Foundation, Oxford U.)
Oeuvres complètes (bibliographical info only) (Voltaire Foundation, Oxford U.)
The Philosophical Dictionary (study guide) (Paul Brians, Washington State U.)
Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century (Voltaire Foundation, Oxford U.)
A Treatise on Toleration (introductory headnote and excerpts, trans. Richard Hooker; from the Harper-Collins World Civilizations Reader)
Voltaire Électronique (Voltaire Foundation, Oxford U.)
Voltaire and his World: Studies Presented to W. H. Barber (Voltaire Foundation, Oxford U.)
Voltaire Society of America (Jack Iverson, ARTFL Project, U. Chicago)
French Revolution
French Revolutionary Pamphlets (Mark Olsen, U. Chicago/ARTFL)
Révolution française et 'vandalisme révolutionnaire' (Voltaire Foundation, Oxford U.)
19th Century
19th Century French Literature (links by David A. Gatwood from a list by Bob Peckham [TennesseeBob])
Charles Baudelaire
"Cats" (Angus McIntyre)
To the Reader (from The Flowers of Evil) (Angus McIntyre)
Guy De Maupassant
Guy de Maupassant Page (in French) (Thierry Selva, U. de Franche, Comte)
Red Mona (a mixed genre work using "flash-cards" with text, images, sound inspired by the Guy de Maupassant story, Petit Soldat) (Christy Sheffield Sanford)
Paul Verlaine: Quelques poèmes (J. Bétréma)
Pierre-Joseph Proudhon
Pierre-Joseph Proudhon (Anarchist Archive)
System of Economical Contradictions: or, the Philosophy of Misery (TEI-conformant) (Charles Keller/U. Virginia)
What is Property? An Inquiry into the Principle of Right and of Government (TEI-conformant) (Charles Keller/U. Virginia)
Arthur Rimbaud
Arthur Rimbaud Special Collection (Marie-Line Boy)
Emile Zola
Germinal (study guide) (Paul Brians, Washington State U.)
20th Century
André Malraux Page (Katharena Eiermann)
Antoine de Saint-Exupery (Steven Friedman)
Antonin Artaud
Antonin Artaud Page (Bohemian Ink)
Antonin Artaud (WFMU radio)
The Letters of Steven Spielberg and Antonin Artaud ("the following letters constitute the artist's only known post-mortem correspondence with the Hollywood power elite"; Peter Mattei)
"Manifesto in Clear Language" (from pugzine.com archive)
Susan Sontag, "Antonin Artaud" (Laura Beken)
Maurice Blanchot
Stephen Mitchelmore, "The Absent Voice" (2002) (critical and retrospective essay on Blanchot) (Spike Magazine)
André Breton, "What is Surrealism?" 
Marguerite Duras
Des Extraits de M. Duras (Nam Tu Nguyen)
Marguerite Duras (Kimmo Saaskilahti)
Marguerite Duras Bibliography (annotated by Patrick Coppens)
Marguerite Duras (France 3 en ligne)
Jean Giono, "The Man Who Planted Trees" (1953) (short story, trans. Peter Doyle)
Marcel Proust
The Kolb-Proust Archive for Research (U. Illinois, Urbana-Champaign)
TempsPerdu.com (site devoted to Marcel Proust's À la recherche du temps perdu; includes links to other Proust sites, annotated bibliography, comprehensive list of characters, etc.) (Mark Calkins, San Jose State U.)
Alain Robbe-Grillet
Alain Robbe-Grillet Page (John Leo)
Alain Robbe-Grillet Bibliography (John Leo)
Surrealist Love Poems (three poems by Jacques-Bernard Brunius, Paul Eluard, and Joyce Mansour excerpted from Mary Ann Caws, ed., Surrealist Love Poems [2002])
Fables de Jean de La Fontaine 
"French 315" (Christopher G. Fox, Emory U.) 
French Depts.
Queen's U. French Studies Dept. 
U. Chicago Romance Languages and Literatures Dept. 
UCLA French Dept. 
U. Connecticut English Dept. 
UCSB Dept. of French and Italian 
U. Montreal Département d'études françaises (Christian Allègre)
U. Victoria French Dept. 
French Literature Conferences
From Manuscript to CD-Rom: Reexamining Text, Image, and Performance (UCSB, Feb. 16-17, 1996) (announcement & call for papers) (UCSB French & Italian Dept.)

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