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General Resources in Romanticism
19th Century British and Irish Authors (listed chronologically by birth date with links to related web resources) (Mitsuharu Matsuoka, Nagoya U., Japan)
Acrostics of Self-Inscription by Women Poets of the Romantic Age (acrostic poems by Elizabeth Caselli, Frances O'Neill, and Susannah Harrison) (Stuart Curran, U. Penn)
The Bijou (gift book of Romantic poetry and prose published in 1828, London) (Laura Mandell, Miami U.)
The Bluestocking Archive ("an archive of texts by or relating to the eighteenth-century British Bluestocking Circle and the second generation Blues, including predecessor texts, and literature of sensibility as it is derived from the Bluestockings' concerns with aesthetics, and with women's aesthetic achievements") (Elizabeth Fay, U. Massachusetts, Boston)
The British Abolition Movement (site on the abolition of both slavery and the slave trade in Britain at the end of the eighteenth, beginning of the nineteenth centuries) (Mark Aronowitz, Miami U.)
British Newspaper Coverage of the French Revolution (a small archive of articles from the London Times and Morning Chronicle of 1792-93 designed to assist in study of Romanticism and the Revolution; also includes William Wordsworth's Salisbury Plain and an excerpt from Thomas Carlyle's French Revolution) (Alan Liu, U. California, Santa Barbara)
British Periodicals at Minnesota: The Early Nineteenth Century ("The following handlist reports many periodicals that began publication in Great Britain between 1801 and 1850, and also some that began their careers in the eighteenth century or earlier and continued to publish after 1800") (Michael Hancher, U. Minnesota)
British Poetry 1780-1910: a Hypertext Archive of Scholarly Editions (Electronic Text Center, U. Virginia)
British Sensation Fiction (from Guide to Classic Mystery and Detection site) (Michael E. Grost)
British Women Romantic Poets, 1789-1832: An Electronic Collection of Texts from the Shields Library, U. California, Davis ("E-text editions of poetry by British and Irish women written [not necessarily published] between 1789 [the onset of the French Revolution] and 1832 [the passage of the Reform Act]") (Gen. Ed., Nancy Kushigian, UC Davis)
The Canon and the Web: Reconfiguring Romanticism in the Information Age (site for a special session at the Dec. 1996 Modern Language Assoc. convention) (Laura Mandell & Alan Liu)
Homepage of Canon and the Web 
Canon Dreaming (I) (links to "online course syllabi in the Romanticism field that either revise the canon or explore the history and theory of canon-making")
Color Printing in the 19th Century (exhibition at Hugh M. Morris Library U. Delaware Library; includes explanations of intaglio, relief, lithography, and nature printing and photomechanical processes)
Dictionary of Sensibility (project developed in Jerome J. McGann and Patricia Meyer Spacks's U. Virginia course on "The Novel of Sensibility"; includes extensive glosses on terms of the period, critical apparatus, and many illustrative excerpts from literary and other relevant texts)
English Culture, 1660-1830 (links relating to business, clubs, societies, periodicals customs, games, new plants, foods, and people of the period) (Cathy Decker)
History And Development Of Prose Style (short samples of prose by authors of the period.) (John F. Tinkler, Towson State U., Maryland)
19th-C. British Prose Style 
Late 18th C. Prose Style 
The Image of France (key word indexing of the record of prints--engravings, lithographs, woodcuts, etc.--published in Paris in the Bibliographie de la France between the fall of 1811 and the end of 1830; searchable) (George D. Mckee, Binghamton U. / ARTFL)
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 Edinburgh Magazine; large, scanned images of each page from the original journals) (Universities of Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester, & Oxford)
The Literary Link: Romanticism and the Nineteenth Century (links to web resources for English Romanticism, Painting and poetry of the Romantics, English Romantic Authors and their works, Nineteenth-century Literature, Nineteenth-Century Prose) (Janice Patten, San Jose State U.)
Literary Resources: Romantic (collection of links to sites on the Internet dealing especially with English Romantic literature, excluding most single electronic texts, and limited to collections of information useful to academics) (Jack Lynch, Rutgers U.)
London Landscapes: Panoramania! (Museum of London)
NASSR-L (discussion list of the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism)
Homepage of NASSR (North American Society for the Study of Romanticism) (The North American Society for the Study of Romanticism (NASSR) provides a forum for the discussion of a wide variety of theoretical approaches to Romantic works of all genres, nations and disciplines.)
NASSR-L Archives 
NASSR-L Discussion Thread on Felicia Hemans, Aesthetics, Sentiment, and the Canon (July 1997) (Romantic Circles)
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)
The New Child: British Art & the Origins of Modern Childhood, 1730-1830 (1995 exhibition at the U. Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive, UC Berkeley; James Steward, Curator)
Regency Fashion Page (a view of culture c. 1790-1829 from the perspective of women's and men's clothing styles; extensive information, engravings, portraits, links, that also includes historical and cultural context on the Regency Style Year-By-Year (1790-1829) page) (Catherine Decker)
The Regency Portrait Page (Cathy Decker)
Homepage of the Regency Portrait Page 
Portraits of 1790 
Portraits of 1793 
Portraits of Women Writers, 1775-1820 (currently includes images of Elizabeth Inchbald, Charlotte Smith, Jane Porter)
Portraits of Royalty 
Princess Charlotte's Wedding Page (images of Princess Charlotte's wedding)
Romantic Anthologies Web Site (tables of contents, and sometimes prefaces and indexes, for a large number of anthologies that either were produced during the *eighteenth-century and the Romantic period, or that are about the Romantic period, produced during the twentieth century.) (Laura Mandell, Miami U.)
Romantic Canons: A Bibliography (and an Argument) ("contains an annotated list of critical and theoretical works about the activity of canonizing as it arose during the Romantic Era"; argues in annotations to the bibliography that canonicity as a concept is definitively 'Romantic' ") (Laura Mandell, Miami U.)
The Romantic Chronology (hypertext chronology of literary, social, and historical events in Britain and France from 1785-1851; includes links to online resources for authors, works, and topics) (Laura Mandell - Miami U.; Alan Liu, Rita Raley, Carl Stahmer, Vince Willoughby, U. Calif. Santa Barbara)
Romantic Circles ("a refereed scholarly Website devoted to the study of Romantic-period literature and culture") (General Editors: Neil Fraistat & Steven E. Jones)
Homepage of Romantic Circles 
Bibliographies ("offers the Tables of Contents to recent editions of selected Romantics journals, and . . . offers an annual listing of books that are likely to be of interest to students of Romanticism") (ed. Kyle Grimes)
Electronic Editions ("a searchable archive of texts of the Romantic era, enhanced by technology made possible in an online environment")
Features & Events 
Pedagogies ("offers resources for teachers and professors of Romantic Studies to help them design and use online materials for teaching") (ed. Ron Broglio, Laura Mandell, Tilar Mazzeo)
Romantic Circles Reviews (ed. Jeffrey N. Cox & Charles Snodgrass; assoc. ed. Jeffrey J. Ritchie)
Romantic Praxis Series (uses "computer technologies to investigate critically the languages, cultures, histories, and theories of Romanticism") (ed. Orrin N.C. Wang)
Scholarly Resources 
Romantic Circles High School (NEH-funded outreach project that uses innovative MOO technology to create an "online educational network built by and for a national community of teachers and students")
Romantic Circles MOO: Villa Diodati (takes its name from the house in the Swiss village of Cologny that Lord Byron rented in the summer of 1816; an integrated web-MOOspace that combines the live-time interactivity of MOOing and chatting with the graphical and text possibilities of the World Wide Web)
Anthologies Page (provides "comprehensive list of all the major anthologies currently available for the study of Romantic literature, tables of content for those anthologies, supplementary anthologies that assist the study of Romantic literature, and errata for various anthologies") (Harriet Linkin, Laura Mandell, Rita Raley)
Homepage of the Anthologies Page 
Major Anthologies of the Romantic Period 
Twentieth-Century Anthologies 
Recent Single Author Editions 
Related Web Sites and Discussions 
Discussion of Anthologies\Canon Reform 
Romantic Era Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Romanticism On the Net (international refereed electronic journal edited by Michael Eberle-Sinatra)
Homepage of Romanticism on the Net 
Search RON 
Issues 
RON Articles 
RON Reviews 
RON Conferences 
RON Journals Relating to Romanticism 
RON List of Sites Relevant to Romanticism 
Romanticism: The CD-ROM (A Hypertext Anthology (ed., David S. Miall, U. Alberta, and Duncan Wu, U. Glasgow) (sample files and images for CD-ROM from Blackwell's Publishers containing the full text of Duncan Wu's Romanticism: An Anthology; also included are materials beyond the printed anthology--including more works by authors, canonical versions of works represented in their earliest printed form in the printed anthology, materials for the study of gothic fiction, a chronology of the period, a biographical dictionary, political documents, and an image archive)
Romanticism URL List (select list of online resources in the field with brief annotations; originally printed in the Update Newsletter, "a newsletter about how to get noncanonical romantic texts and how to teach them in the classroom") (Laura Mandell, Miami U.)
"Romanticism" in Crisis: A Panel Discussion on Period and Profession (position papers "on changing definitions of British Romanticism . . . [and] the future of British Romanticism as a hiring field' from the 1997 conference of the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism; the debate particularly concerns the recent anxiety in the professional Romantics field that "downsizing" in the academy is subordinating the field to such larger period definitions as the "long 18th century" and "long 19th century") (Romantic Circles)
Romantic Links, Electronic Texts and Home Pages (Michael Gamer, U. Penn.)
Romantic Natural History, 1750-1850 ("designed to survey and organize texts, images, and scholarship that link romanticism and natural history in the century before Darwin") (under construction) (Ashton Nichols, with Jennifer Lindbeck / Dickinson C.)
The Romantics Page at U. New Mexico ("course syllabi, information, bibliographies, faculty and other web sites related to British and American Romanticism") (Gary Harrison, U. New Mexico)
Romantische Anthropologie (in German) (Manfred Engel, Fernuniversität Hagen)
Stanford Seminar on Enlightenment and Revolution (faculty/student research group, lectures, conferences) (Michael Marrinan)
The Textual Tesseract Project (a critical and theoretical discussion of hypertext built around an intensively inter- and intra-linked collection of British Romantic poems; the collection serves as a "model" of hypertext designed to facilitate understanding how hypertext works in relation to networks of words and connotations in a standing corpus of literary works) (Arcadia Falcone, UC Berkeley),
Women Romantic-Era Writers (links to electronic texts, annuals, anthologies, and gift books, contemporary responses, and other web resources for women writers of the Romantic period) (Adriana Craciun, Birkbeck, University of London)
Works by Women and Anonymous Writers from 1770-1830 in the Rare Book Collection of Van Pelt Library, U. Pennsylvania (bibliography) (Judith Pascoe, U. Iowa)
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Authors, Works, Projects
Eliza Acton, Poems (British Women Romantic Poets)
Mrs. R. Addison, Poetry on Different Subjects (British Women Romantic Poets)
Lucy Aikin, Epistles on Women (British Women Romantic Poets)
Anonymous, "The Sorrows of Yamba or The Negro Woman's Lamentation" (1795) (U. Virginia Library)
Jane Austen
General Resources
American Society of Jane Austen Scholars 
An Austen Chronology (Mitsuharu Matsuoka)
Austen.com 
Austen-L (listserv archives) (Henry Churchyard, U. Texas, Austin)
Concordances for Austen's Novels (William A. Williams, Jr.)
The Jane Austen Info Page (Henry Churchyard, U. Texas, Austin) [Show]
Guide to the Jane Austen Collection ("a guide to the Jane Austen collection of the Julia Rogers Library") (Gaucher College)
Jane Austen and Time: A Study of her Uses of the Almanac (Ellen Moody)
Jane Austen Center in Bath 
Jane Austen's England - A Literary Tour Guide 
JaneAusten.com (links to complete novels, biographical and historical information, sequels by modern authors, and audio and video adaptations)
Jane Austen Etexts, Etc. (Cathy Dean)
Jane Austen@Web English Teacher 
The Regency Era, 1812-1830 (information politics, religion, science, technology,fashions, etc. in the era of Austen's novels) (Eras of Elegance, Inc.)
The Republic of Pemberley (discussion groups and information pages related to Jane Austen)
Voices of Men in Praise of Jane Austen (Ashton Dennis)
Criticism
Eric Johnson, "How Jane Austen's Characters Talk" (1994) (TEXT Technology)
Harold Child, "Jane Austen" (Cambridge History of English and American Literature)
Jane Austen Criticism & Biography (Jane Austen Etexts, Etc.)
William Galperin, ed., "Re-reading Box Hill: Reading the Practice of Reading Everyday Life" ("Readings of Jane Austen and Romanticism, and their influence on each other") (Romantic Circles)
Fran Sendbuehler, "The Art of Doing Nothing" (1995) (essay on Jane Austen's Mansfield Park)
Film & TV
Jane Austen on Film (Ellen Moody)
Jane Austen's novels: BBC and other Film/Video adaptations 
Writings
Homepage (links to online resources and an introductory note on each work by Henry Churchyard, U. Texas, Austin)
Allusions to Books and Authors in Jane Austen's Writings 
Emma 
Juvenilia 
Lady Susan 
Letters (Brabourne Edition) 
Light Verse 
Mansfield Park 
Northanger Abbey 
Persuasion 
Pride and Prejudice 
Sanditon 
Sense and Sensibility 
The Watsons 
Joanna Baillie
General Resources
Joanna Baillie: An Annotated Bibliography (Ken A. Bugajski) (Romanticism On the Net)
Joanna Baillie (Cambridge History of English and American Literature) (Bartleby.com)
Joanna Baillie - 1762-1851 (Janice E. Patten)
Criticism
Marjean D. Purinton, "Revising Romanticism by Inscripting Women Playwrights" (Romanticism on the Net)
Writings
De Monfort  
Maid of Llanwellyn (Frank Petersohn) (Folksongs of Various Countries)
The Outlaw's Song (Oxford Book of English Verse) (bartleby.com)
Poems by Joanna Baillie (eLook.org)
Anne Bannerman
Tales of Superstition and Chivalry (British Women Romantic Poets, U. Calif. Davis)
The Prophecy of Merlin (Camelot Project, U. Rochester)
Anna Laetitia (Aikin) Barbauld
General Resources
Barbauld Page (biography, selections, bibliography) (Celebration of Women Writers, U. Penn)
Barbauld Web Site ("The purpose of the project is to take a small number of Anna Barbauld's poems and to investigate how the medium of hypertext might be used to place a work within its literary, historical, cultural, and political contexts. Above all, we wish to tran
Anna Barbauld: A Brief Chronology  (Romantic Circles)
Selected Bibliography: Anna Letitia Barbauld (Daniel E. White, U. Toronto)
Poetry
Barbauld Page (The Poetry Archives)
Eighteen Hundred and Eleven, A Poem (British Women Romantic Poets)
Poems by Anna Lætitia Barbauld  (Poemhunter.com)
Poems (1773) by Anna Lætitia Aikin: A Hypertext Edition ("presents a faithful color facsimile of the first edition and text versions of the poems") (Romantic Circles)
Selected Poetry of Anna Lætitia Barbauld  (U. Toronto)
Selections (Digital Library, U. Penn)
Prose
Prose Works of Anna Laetitia Barbauld (Molly Beverstein and Laura Mandell, Miami U.)
The Works of Anna Laetitia Barbauld, with a Memoir by Lucy Aikin (1825) (Barbara Smith, U. Virginia)
Ann Batten Cristall
Poetical Sketches (1795) (British Poetry Archive, U. Virginia)
Jerome McGann (U. Virginia), "Starting from Death: The Poetry of Ann Batten Cristall" 
Thomas Lovell Beddoes
Beddoes, Thomas Lovell (Literary Gothic)
Poetry of Thomas Lovell Beddoes (Thomas Lovell Beddoes Archives)
Selected Poetry (U. Toronto)
Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Thomas Lovell Beddoes Page (San Antonio College)
Thomas Lovell Beddoes  (Poemhunter.com)
Jeremy Bentham [Show]
Matilda Betham, Elegies and Other Small Poems (British Women Romantic Poets)
William Blake
General Resources
The William Blake Archive (Web site for state-of-the-art text and image encoding project that uses a combination of SGML, HTML, Java, and proprietary software tools to allow users to search, view, and manipulate images of the original copies of Blake's works) (Morris Eaves, Robert Essick, Joseph Viscomi / Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities, U. Virginia)
Blake Digital Text Project (Nelson Hilton, U. Georgia)
The Blake Multimedia Project (info about Hypercard-based resource apparently available on diskettes) (Steven Marx, Cal Poly U.)
Blake's "The Four Zoas" Fetishized: An Experimental Hypertext (Ron Broglio, Georgia Tech)
Blake's Gothic Readings (Douglass H. Thomson, Georgia Southern U.)
William Blake Online (Tate Britain)
Criticism
John Tolva (Washington U.), "The 'bounding line': Verbal and Visual Linearity in Blake's 'Laocoön' and Book of Urizen" (hypertext essay with illustrations)
Brian Goldberg (U. Minnesota), "Byron, Blake, and Heaven" (2002) (Romanticism on the Net)
Coleridge's Comments on Blake's Songs of Innocence and of Experience (Letter to C. A. Tulk) (U. Virginia)
Ron S. Broglio (Georgia Tech) "Containment Undone: Blake's Early Prophecies Re-Radicalizing Paine's Rights " 
T.S. Eliot "Blake" (Bartleby Library)
Kari Kraus "Once, Only Imagined" (2003) ("interview with Morris Eaves, Robert Essick, and Joseph Viscomi, editors of The Blake Archive, on the 10th anniversary of its founding") (Romantic Circles)
David M. Baulch, "The Sublime of the Bible" (Romanticism on the Net)
David Lashmet (U. Florida), "Unfurling the Worm: Insecto-theology in William Blake's Thel"  
Other
20/20 Blake (page for musical by George Coates with music by Adlai Alexander ad Todd Rundgren; "the audience wear 3D glasses to experience stereographic illusions created from digital manipulations of the paintings and engravings enabling live performers to appe
Writings & Images
America: A Prophecy (Blake Archive)
The Book of Thel (Blake Archive)
The Elohim Creating Adam (jpg picture) (Richard Record)
David E. Erdman [Show]
Europe: A Prophecy (Blake Archive)
The Marriage of Heaven and Hell (Blake Archive)
Nebuchadnezzar (jpg picture) (Richard Record)
On-Line Book Initiative Blake Texts (ftp)
Paradise Lost (Blake's 1808 illustrations to Milton's poem) (Don Ulin, U. Pittsburgh at Bradford)
Quotations from William Blake (Jorn Barger)
Satan Inflicting Boils Upon Job (jpg picture) (Richard Record)
Selected Poems (Richard Darsie, U. California, Davis)
Selected Poetry (U. Toronto)
Songs of Innocence and of Experience (multiple-version presentation of the Songs using clickable imagemaps based for reasons of speed on black-and-white reproductions of Blake's plates; clicking on an image brings up an enlargement; clicking on part of the enlargement brings up commen
Songs of Innocence and of Experience (Blake Archive)
The Tyger Page -- A Web Study of Blake's "The Tyger" (well-organized set of Blake and other romanticism links) (Randall Hughes, U. North Carolina, Pembroke)
The Urizen Books ("contains the texts of William Blake's Urizen books -- The [First] Book of Urizen, The Book of Ahania, and The Book of Los -- with links to the plates, notes, a glossary, and other materials useful for understanding the texts") (Joseph Hogan De
Visions of the Daughters of Albion (Blake Archive)
Visions of the Daughters of Albion (Michael Gamer, U. Penn)
Web Concordances: William Blake - Songs of Innocence and of Experience (Rob Watt, U. Dundee)
The Web of Religion (jpg picture) (Richard Record)
William Blake Page (The Poetry Archives)
William Lisle Bowles
Fourteen Sonnets, Elegiac and Descriptive. Written During a Tour (1789) (Michael Gamer, U. Penn.)
Selected Poetry of William Lisle Bowles (U. Toronto)
Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
The British Abolition Movement
Art 
Bibliography 
History 
Related Links 
Brontë Sisters (on Victorian page) 
Egerton Brydges, Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Edmund Burke
"An Address to the King" (1777) (Patricia Craddock, U. Florida)
Brief Biography of Burke (American Revolution HTML Project)
Edmund Burke (biography, links to online texts, links to related Web pages) (Björn Christensson)
"On Taste" (from Sublime and Beautiful) (Michael Gamer, U. Penn)
A Philosophical Enquiry into the Origins of Our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful -- Selections (Michael Gamer, U. Penn)
Reflections on the Revolution in France (Björn Christensson)
Reflections on the Revolution in France (Harvard Classics edition) (Bartleby.com)
Speech on Conciliation with America (American Revolution HTML Project)
Fanny Burney
Dr. Johnson and Fanny Burney (TEI-conformant, based on 1912 edition by Chauncy Brewster Tinker) (Jamie L. Spriggs/U. Virginia)
A Study Guide to Frances Burney's Cecilia (Cathy Decker)
Works by Fanny Burney (bibliography) (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
Robert Burns
Burns -- The National Bard 
"My Highland Lassie, O" (Matt Luce)
Robert Burns Page (The Poetry Archives)
Selected Poems (U. Toronto)
Selected Poems (Richard Darsie, U. California, Davis)
Sons of Ayrshire: James Boswell & Robert Burns (Tom Kinsella, Richard Stockton C.)
"To A Kiss" (Matt Luce)
Lady Augusta Ada Byron, Countess of Lovelace (on English: Victorian page)
Byron, Lord, George Gordon
General Resources
Byron Page (The Poetry Archives)
Byron's Gothic Readings (Douglass Thomson, Georgia Southern U.)
Criticism
Andrew M. Stauffer (U. Virginia), "Romantic Anger and Byron's Curse" (1998) (Romantic Circles)
Writings
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage (Canto 3) (Ian Lancashire, U. Toronto)
Manfred (Jack G. Voller, Southern Illinois U.)
Selected Poems (Richard Darsie, U. California, Davis)
Selected Poems (U. Toronto)
Thomas Campbell
"The Last Man" (Steven E. Jones, Loyola U., Chicago / Romantic Circles)
Table of Contents for Specimens of the British Poets; With Biographical and Critical Notices, and An Essay on English Poetry (1819) (Laura Mandell, Miami U.)
Thomas Campbell (small selection of poetry) (The Poetry Archives)
Thomas Carlyle
General Resources
Thomas Carlyle page (Victorian Web)
Thomas Carlyle (works, biographies, and criticism) (Transcendentalists web site)
Criticism
Carlyle and the Search for Authority (Chris R. Vanden Bossche, U. Notre Dame)
Emerson and Thomas Carlyle (Bryan Hileman, Virginia Commonwealth U.)
Online Literary Criticism Collection (Internet Public Library)
Thomas Carlyle –A Fundamentalist Thinker (Ionna Zura, U. Bucharest)
Writings
Latter-Day Pamphlets (Project Gutenberg)
"Characteristics" (Project Gutenberg)
History of Friedrich II of Prussia, Called Frederick the Great (Project Gutenberg)
Life of John Sterling (Project Gutenberg)
On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and the Heroic in History (Project Gutenberg)
The French Revolution (Project Gutenberg)
The French Revolution (Classic Reader)
Sartor Resartus: The Life and Opinions of Herr Teufelsdrockh (Project Gutenberg)
"September in Paris" (excerpt from The French Revolution, Part III: Bk. I: Ch. 4) (Alan Liu, U. California, Santa Barbara)
Thomas Chatterton (on 18th-Century English Literature page)
John Clare
General Resources
The John Clare Page [Show]
John Clare Society 
John Clare Society Journal 
Criticism
Tim Fulford (Nottingham Trent U.), "Cowper, Wordsworth, Clare: The Politics of Trees" (1995) 
John Goodridge (Nottingham Trent U.), "Pastoral and Popular Modes in Clare's 'Enclosure Elegies' " (Part 1) (1994) 
Bob Heyes (Birkbeck C., London), " 'Triumphs of Time': John Clare and the Uses of Antiquity" (1997) 
Bridget Keegan (Creighton U.), "Broadsides, Ballads and Books: The Landscape of Cultural Literacy in 'The Village Minstrel' " (1996) 
Leonora Nattrass (Nottingham Trent U.), "John Clare and William Cobbett: The Personal and the Political" (1994) 
Poetry
"I Am" (Angus McIntyre)
"I Hid My Love" (Matt Luce)
Selected Poetry of John Clare (U. Toronto)
Selected Poems of John Clare (Simon Kövesi, Oxford Brookes U.)
Sonnets of John Clare (Sonnet Central)
Conferences
John Clare: New Approaches & Voices (collection of essays based on conference of this title, July 18, 1998, Nottingham Trent U., UK) (editors, John Goodridge and Simon Kövesi)
William Cobbett
Kevin Gilmartin (California Institute of Technology), "William Cobbett and the Politics of System" (1996) (part of Ch. 5 of Gilmartin's Print Politics: The Press and Radical Opposition in Early Nineteenth-Century England (Romantic Praxis / Romantic Circles)
Hartley Coleridge, "Wordsworth Unvisited" (Angus McIntyre)
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
General Resources
Coleridge Page (The Poetry Archives)
Coleridge Library, Cornwall House Annex (brief info about the library)
Coleridge's Gothic Readings (Douglass Thomson, Georgia Southern U.)
The Coleridge Archive (Marj Tiefert; on the UVA library server)
The Coleridge Family Genealogy (Keith Allan Wilson)
Friends of Coleridge (info about the association) (Romanticism on the Net)
Criticism & Secondary Literature
Gavin Drummond (Emory U.), "Coleridge and the Explosion of Voice" (Prometheus Unbound Conference / Carole Meyers, Emory U. & Georgia Tech)
John Spencer Hill (U. Ottawa) [Show]
David S. Hogsette (New York Institute of Technology), "Eclipsed by the Pleasure Dome: Poetic Failure in Coleridge's 'Kubla Khan' " (1997) (Romanticism on the Net)
Chris Koenig-Woodyard (Oxford U.), "A Hypertext History of the Transmission of Coleridge's 'Christabel,' 1800-1816" (1998) (Romanticism on the Net)
Walter Pater, "Coleridge" (1865/1880) (U. Toronto)
Seamus Perry (Oxford U.), "Coleridge, the Return to Nature, and the New Anti-Romanticism: An Essay in Polemic" (1996) (Romanticism on the Net)
Matthew Scott (Oxford U.), "The Circulation of Romantic Creativity: Coleridge, Drama, and the Question of Translation" (1996) (Romanticism on the Net)
Poetry
Hypertext Poems From The Coleridge Archive (Marj Tiefert; On The Uva Library Server) [Show]
"Kubla Khan" (Crewe MS) (includes relevant passage from Purchas's Pilgrimage) (Michael Gamer, U. Penn)
"Kubla Khan" (includes introductory headnote from the Harper-Collins World Civilizations Reader)
Selected Poetry (U. Toronto)
Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Web Concordances: Coleridge - "The Ancyent Marinere" (requires Netscape 2.0+) (Rob Watt, U. Dundee)
Prose
Biographia Literaria, Vol. 1 (1817) (U. Toronto)
Biographia Literaria, Chap. XIV (1817) (Michael Gamer, U. Penn)
Comments on Blake's Songs of Innocence and of Experience (Letter to C. A. Tulk) (U. Virginia)
Reviews of The Mysteries of Udolpho, The Monk, Hubert de Sevrac, and The Italian (Michael Gamer, U. Penn)
Visual Resources
Images Related to Coleridge (images of portraits, residences, and other Coleridgeana from John Spencer Hill's 1983 A Coleridge Companion)
Portrait of Samuel Taylor Coleridge (gif)
George Colman, the Younger, My Night-Gown and Slippers; or Tales in Verse (Michael Gamer, U. Penn.)
Josiah Conder, Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
John Constable (painter) (on Art page) 
Sheffield Hallam Corvey Project (description of long-term research project designed to dessiminate information about the extensive holdings in English Romantic literature in the Library of Corvey Castle in Germany) (Cultural Research Institute, Sheffield Hallam U., UK)
Hannah Parkhouse Cowley, The Runaway (1776) (Bluestocking Archive)
George Crabbe, Selected Poetry (U. Toronto)
Charlotte Dacre, "Wine, I Say! I'll Drink to Madness!" (Michael Gamer, U. Penn)
George Darley, Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Thomas De Quincey, Confessions of an English Opium-Eater (Dave Gross / Fitz Hugh Ludlow Hypertext Collection)
Dictionary of Sensibility (project developed in Jerome J. McGann and Patricia Meyer Spacks's U. Virginia course on
John Dovaston, Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Ebenezer Elliot, Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Olaudah Equiano, Excerpts From The Interesting Narrative Of The Life Of Olaudah Equiano . . . , 1789) (Steven Mintz, U. Houston)
Describes West African Religious Beliefs and Practices 
Describes the Horrors of the Middle Passage 
Remembers His Kidnapping 
Miss S. Evance, Poems (British Women Romantic Poets)
The Works of John Galt (Starn: Scots Teaching and Research Network, U. Glasgow)
Edmund Gardner, Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
William Godwin
An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Political Justice and Its Influence on General Virtue and Happiness (Dana Ward, Pitzer C., Claremont Colleges)
William Godwin Archive (Dana Ward, Pitzer C., Claremont Colleges / Anarchy Archives)
Homepage of William Godwin Archive 
Godwin Bibliography 
Biographical Information on Godwin 
Commentary on Godwin 
Images of Godwin 
Works of Godwin 
"Of History and Romance" (1797) (Michael Gamer, U. Penn.)
Thomas Pfau, "Bringing About the Past: Prophetic Memory in Kant, Godwin, and Blake" (1996) (Romantic Praxis / Romantic Circles)
William Godwin Page (Kim Woodbridge)
Mary Anne Browne Gray, Mont Blanc and Other Poems (British Women Romantic Poets)
William Hazlitt
Charles Mahoney (U. Connecticut, Storrs), "Periodical Indigestion: Hazlitt's Unpalatable Politics" (1996) (Romantic Praxis / Romantic Circles)
Table of Contents for Select Poets of Great Britain (1825) (Laura Mandell, Miami U.)
Felicia Hemans
General Resources
Chronology for Felicia Hemans and Circle (Nanora Sweet, U. Missouri, St. Louis)
Felicia Hemans Page (bio, many links to poems, and bibliography) (Mary Mark Ockerbloom, A Celebration of Women Writers)
19th-Century Commentary
"Felicia Hemans," from The Female Poets of Great Britain by Frederic Rowton, 1853 (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"Prefatory Notice" by W. M. Rossetti, in The Poetical Works of Mrs. Hemans (18__) (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
Criticism
NASSR-L Discussion Thread on Felicia Hemans, Aesthetics, Sentiment, and the Canon (July 1997) (Romantic Circles)
Nanora Sweet (U. Missouri, St. Louis), "Hemans, Heber, and Superstition and Revelation" (1998) (Romantic Circles)
Images
Portrait of Felicia Hemans (U. Texas, Austin)
Poetry (Selected)
"Arabella Stuart" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"The Better Land" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"Casabianca" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"Costanza" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"Corinne at the Capitol" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"England and Spain; or, Valour and Patriotism" (British Women Romantic Poets)
"Evening Prayer at a Girl's School" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"A Farewell to Abbotsford" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"The Funeral Day of Sir Walter Scott" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"The Grave of a Poetess" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"The Homes of England" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"The Homes of England" (Bret Benjamin, U. Texas, Austin)
"Hymn by the Sick-Bed of a Mother" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"Joan of Arc in Rheims" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"Kindred Hearts" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"The Last Song of Sappho" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"Lines Written in the Memoirs of Elizabeth Smith" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"The Memorial Pillar" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"Mozart's Requiem" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"Mozart's Requiem" 
"Properzia Rossi" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"The Restoration of the Works of Art to Italy" (1816) (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"The Rock of Cader Idris" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
Several Poems by Felicia Hemans (Michael Gamer, U. Penn)
"Stanzas on the Late National Calamity, the Death of the Princess Charlotte" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"Stanzas to the Memory of George the Third" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"Thoughts During Sickness: I. Intellectual Powers" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"To the Eye" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"To the New-Born" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"To Wordsworth" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
"Woman on the Field of Battle" (Mary Mark Ockerbloom)
Poetry (Volumes)
The Domestic Affections and Other Poems (British Women Romantic Poets)
Poems (1808) (British Women Romantic Poets)
Poems from Records of Woman (1828) (Michael Gamer, U. Penn)
Anne Home (Mrs. John) Hunter, Poems (British Women Romantic Poets)
William Hone
William Hone (with engravings by George Cruikshank), The Political House that Jack Built (1819) (hypertext edition with critical apparatus) (Kyle Grimes / Romantic Circles)
William Hone, Bibliographies & Archives ("a prominent radical writer, parodist, antiquarian and publisher during the early decades of the nineteenth century") (Kyle Grimes, U. Alabama at Birmingham)
Thomas Hood
"The Last Man" (Steven E. Jones, Loyola U., Chicago / Romantic Circles)
Sonnets of Thomas Hood (Sonnet Central)
Anne Hunger, Poems (British Women Romantic Poets)
Leigh Hunt
"Jenny kiss'd Me" (The Poetry Archives)
Sonnets by Leigh Hunt (Sonnet Central)
John Johns, Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Charles Johnston, Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
John Keats
General Resources
British Library John Keats Exhibit (Oct. 18, 1995, to Jan. 7, 1996) (British Library in association with the Wordsworth Trust)
John Keats-A Guide for Readers (selective collection of Keats links) (Malcolm Davidson)
Keats' Gothic Readings (Douglass Thomson, Georgia Southern U.)
Keats Page (The Poetry Archives)
The Keats-Shelley House, Rome 
Keats's Literary Reputation (short info page in British Library Keats exhibit)
Criticism
John Spencer Hill (U. Ottawa), editor, Keats: Narrative Poems (1983) 
Nelson Hilton (U. Georgia), "Keats, Teats, and the Fane of Poesy" (1995) (chapter from Hilton's book, Lexis Complexes: Literary Interventions)
Kris Steyaert (University College London), "Poetry as Enforcement: Conquering the Muse in Keats's 'Ode to Psyche'" (Romanticism On the Net)
Multimedia Resources
"Hyperion" (image and transcription of first page of manuscript) (British Library)
Keats House, Rome (photo by Colin Wright) (British Libary Keats exhibit)
"Ode to a Nightingale" (image from British Library Keats exhibit)
Joseph Severn, Portrait of Keats (British Library)
"When I Have Fears that I May Cease to Be," read by Sally Brown (audio file) (British Library)
Poems
Poetical Works (1884) (Bartleby.com)
Selected Poetry (U. Toronto)
Selected Poems (Richard Darsie, U. California, Davis)
Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
"To Solitude" (British Library)
Web Concordances: John Keats - The Odes of 1819 (requires Netscape 2.0+) (Rob Watt, U. Dundee)
Prose
A Keats Letter (Sept. 10, 1817, to his sister Fanny) (image and transcription) (British Library)
A Rediscovered Letter by John Keats (Dearing Lewis / Romantic Circles)
Lady Morgan, Sydney Owenson Page (Karen C. Thigpen, Georgia Southern U.)
Charles Lamb
The Charles Lamb Bulletin (info and contents)
Sonnets of Charles Lamb (Sonnet Central)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon
From The Improvisatrice and Other Poems (Glenn Dibert-Himes)
L.E.L.'s "Verses" and "The Keepsake for 1829" (Frederic Mansel Reynolds / Terence Hoagwood, Kathryn Ledbetter & Martin M. Jacobsen for Romantic Circles)
Letitia Elizabeth Landon Page (Glenn Dibert-Himes)
"Revenge" (The Poetry Archives)
Walter Savage Landor, Selected Poetry (U. Toronto)
C.V. Le Grice, Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Matthew Lewis
The Castle Spectre (Diego Saglia, U. Parma, Italy)
Matthew Lewis's The Monk -- A Special Issue of Romanticism On the Net (1997) (guest editor: Fred Frank)
Isabella Lickbarrow, Poetical Effusions (British Women Romantic Poets)
Janet Little, "The Poetical Works of Janet Little, the Scotch Milkmaid" (British Women Romantic Poets)
Charles Lloyd, Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Thomas Malthus [Show]
Marguerite, Countess of Blessington (brief bio and bibliography) (Callie Goble)
Mary Brunton (brief bio) (The Write Page)
Mary Russell Mitford, Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Thomas Moore
Poems on Economics ("satirical poems by Irish poet Thomas Moore on the subject of the Bullionist Controversy, Public Debt, the Corn Laws and other economic subjects of the day"; site includes headnotes on the particular economic controversies of the time) (Goncalo
Selected Poetry (U. Toronto)
Hannah More
"The Bas Bleu, or Conversation" (1787) (Stuart Curran, U. Penn)
"Sensibility: An Epistle to the Honourable Mrs. Boscawen" (1782) (Michael Gamer, U.Penn)
The New Child: British Art & the Origins of Modern Childhood, 1730-1830 (1995 exhibition at the U. Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive, UC Berkeley; James Steward, Curator)
Amelia Opie
"Song: Yes, Mary Ann, I Freely Grant" (The Poetry Archives)
(Mrs.) Mary Hopkins Pilkington, Original Poems (British Women Romantic Poets)
Thomas Paine
Age Of Reason (Secular Web)
The American Crisis (American Revolution HTML Project)
An Essay On Dream (Secular Web)
Answer to Bishop Llandaff (Secular Web)
Common Sense (American Revolution HTML Project)
Examination of the Prophecies (Secular Web)
The Existence of God (Secular Web)
Letters Concerning "The Age of Reason" 
Letter to Andrew Dean (Secular Web)
Origin of Free-Masonry (Secular Web)
Predestination (Secular Web)
Prospect Papers (Secular Web)
Rights Of Man (Secular Web)
Thomas Paine Page (J. Ward Regan, Philip A. Aromando)
Thomas Paine (article in the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy)
Thomas Paine National Historical Assoc. 
Worship and Church Bells (Secular Web)
William Paley
Natural Theology; or, Evidences of the Existence and Attributes of the Deity (12th ed., 1809) (U. Michigan Humanities Text Initiative)
Paley's Formulation of the Teleological Argument (excerpts from Natural Theology, 1802) (Gary Varner, Texas A&M; U.)
Eliza Parsons, The Castle of Wolfenbach (Gothic Library)
Thomas Love Peacock
General Resources
Biographers and Critics on Peacock (excerpts) (Peacock Scoeity)
Thomas Love Peacock Society (includes full text of works)
Fiction
"The Four Ages of Poetry" (U. Toronto)
"The Four Ages of Poetry" (Peacock Society)
Headlong Hall (Peacock Society)
Maid Marian [Show]
The Misfortunes Of Elphin [Show]
Nightmare Abbey [Show]
Non-Fiction
1837 "Preface" to the Collected Novels (Peacock Society)
"The Four Ages of Poetry" (Peacock Society)
"The Four Ages of Poetry" (U. Toronto)
"The Last Day of Windsor Forest" (Peacock Society)
"Recollections of Childhood: The Abbey House" (Peacock Society)
Poetry
Crotchet Castle  (Peacock Society)
"The Monks of St. Mark (Peacock Society)
Poems from Melincourt (Peacock Society)
The Round Table, Or King Arthur'S Feast [Show]
Shorter Poems (Peacock Society)
Sir Hornbook, Or Childe Launcelot'S Expedition: A Grammatico-Allegorical Ballad [Show]
The Penny Magazine ("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)
Janetta Philipps, Poems (British Women Romantic Poets)
William Pitt, Speech on the Stamp Act, January 14, 1766 (American Revolution HTML Project)
John William Polidori
The Vampyre (Debra Doyle and James D. Macdonald)
Richard Polwhele, The Unsex'd Females (1798) (UVA)
Sir Uvedale Price, Essays on the Picturesque (chaps. 4-5) (Michael Gamer, U. Penn)
Mary Prince, The History of Mary Prince, A West Indian Slave, Related by Herself ("excerpts from the 1987 edition, ed. Moira Ferguson. . . . This page includes the legitimating preface by Thomas Pringle, with whom Mary Prince came to live after she left the Woods in London, and it also includes her petitition to Pa
Ann Radcliffe
Ann Radcliffe Resources (Jack G. Voller, Southern Illinois U.)
Brief Bio (WORP: Women of the Romantic Period)
Excerpt from The Mysteries of Udolpho, Vol. 2, Ch. 5 (Bluestocking Archive)
Excerpts from The Mysteries of Udolpho, Vol. 2, Ch. 7: (excerpt 1) 
Pictures from The Mysteries of Udolpho (WORP: Women of the Romantic Period)
Poems ("This electronic edition seeks to collect together all of the poems featured in her novels; the grouping, therefore, covers the 1816 edition [of The Poems of Mrs. Ann Radcliffe] and adds to it a few poems not featured in that edition") (
Clara Reeve (on 18th-Century page) 
Regency Fashions Page (Catherine Decker)
David Ricardo (see History: Economic History) 
Mary Robinson
Mary Robinson page (Celebration of Women Writers / Mary Ockerbloom)
"Letter to the Women of England, on the Injustice of Mental Subordination" (Adriana Craciun, Anne Irmen Close, Megan Musgrave, Orianne Smith / Romantic Circles)
Lyric Tales (1800) (British Romantic Women Writers Project)
Sappho and Phaon (1796) (U. Virginia)
Susanna Rowson, Charlotte Temple (Project Gutenberg)
Sir Walter Scott
Ivanhoe: A Romance (TEI-conformant) (Anders Thulin/U. Virginia)
A Legend of Montrose (Anders Thulin)
Selected Poems (Richard Darsie, U. California, Davis)
Selected Poems (U. Toronto)
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 Netwo
Mary Shelley
Mary Shelley General Resources
Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley Page [Show]
Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley Site [Show]
Criticism on Mary Shelley
Betty T. Bennett (The American U.), "Radical Imaginings: Mary Shelley's The Last Man" (1995) 
Lidia Garbin (U. Liverpool), "The Fortunes of Perkin Warbec: Walter Scott in the Writings of Mary Shelley" (1997) (Romanticism on the Net)
Nelson Hilton (U. Georgia), "Mary Godwin's Remonstrance" (1995) (chapter from Hilton's book, Lexis Complexes: Literary Interventions)
Lisa Hopkins (Sheffield Hallam U.), "Memory at the End of History: Mary Shelley's The Last Man" (1997) (Romanticism on the Net)
Keats-Shelley Journal 
Jack Lynch (Rutgers U.), "Workshop of Filthy Creation, Cyberspace Division" 
Morton D. Paley, "Mary Shelley's The Last Man: Apocalypse Without Millennium" (1989) 
Daniel E. White (U. Pennsylvania), " 'The god undeified": Mary Shelley's Valperga, Italy, and the Aesthetic of Desire" (1997) (Romanticism on the Net)
Mary Shelley Filmography
All Movie Versions of Frankenstein (Internet Movie Database)
Mary Shelley Writings
Frankentstein [Show]
The Last Man: A Hypertext Edition (Steven E. Jones, Loyola U., Chicago / Romantic Circles)
Letters and Journals (excerpts) (Nelson Hilton, U. Georgia)
"The Mortal Immortal: A Hypertext Edition" (includes contextual material and critical apparatus) (Michael Laplace-Sinatra, Oxford U. / Romantic Circles)
Percy Bysshe Shelley
General Resources
Percy Bysshe Shelley Page (The Poetry Archives)
Percy Bysshe Shelley (Kim Woodbridge)
Percy Shelley's Gothic Readings (Douglass Thomson, Georgia Southern U.)
Web Concordances: P. Shelley - Selected Poems (requires Netscape 2.0+) (Rob Watt, U. Dundee)
Criticism
Mathilde Blind (1841-1896), "Shelley's View of Nature Contrasted With Darwin's" (Victorian Women's Writers Project)
Robert M. Corbett (U. Washington), "The Violence of the Sacred: The Economy of Sacrifice in The Cenci" (1996) (Romanticism on the Net)
Early Shelley: Vulgarisms, Politics, and Fractals (essays originating in a session on the Early Shelley at the Dec. 1996 Modern Language Assoc. convention) (Romantic Praxis / Romantic Circles)
Keats-Shelley Journal 
Kim Wheatley (College of William and Mary), "Paranoid Politics: Shelley and the Quarterly Review" (1996) (Romantic Praxis / Romantic Circles)
Poetry
"Adonais: An Elegy on the Death of John Keats" (U. Toronto)
Alastor; or, The Spirit of Solitude (U. Toronto)
The Complete Poetry of Percy Bysshe Shelley (forthcoming) (table of contents for the forthcoming print edition, edited by Donald H. Reiman and Neil Fraistat)
Complete Poetical Works, 1901 (Bartleby Library)
"The Devil's Walk": A Hypertext Edition (Donald E. Reiman and Neil Fraistat / Romantic Circles)
Notes to Queen Mab (Shelley's complete notes to his poem, minus Greek text) (Stuart Curran, U. Penn)
"On The Medusa of Leonardo da Vinci" (Melissa J. Sites and Neil Fraistat / Romantic Circles)
Selected Poems (Richard Darsie, U. California, Davis)
Selected Poetry (U. Toronto)
Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Prose
"Defence of Poetry" (1821) (U. Toronto)
"The Necessity of Atheism" (Secular Web)
Charlotte Smith
Beachy Head: With Other Poems (British Women Romantic Poets)
The Emigrants (U. Penn)
"Saint Monica" (U. Penn)
Selected Poetry (UPenn gopher)
Sonnets by Gray, Bowles, Coleridge, Keats, Robinson, Smith, Williams, Wordsworth (Michael Gamer, U. Penn)
Laura Sophia Temple, Poems (British Women Romantic Poets)
Robert Southey
Bertram R. Davis (Southey) Collection (U. Waterloo)
Sonnets (Sonnet Central)
Emanuel Swedenborg
Heaven and its Wonders and Hell (Primenet)
The Heavenly City: A Spiritual Guidebook (trans. Lee Woofenden) (mvdComm BBS)
The New Earth Swedenborg BBS (M.V. David)
Jane Taylor
More Selected Poetry (UPenn gopher)
Selected Poetry (UPenn gopher)
Mary Tighe, Psyche, with Other Poems (3rd ed.) (Harriet Kramer Linkin, New Mexico State U.)
Joseph Mallord William Turner (painter) (on Art page) 
Helen Maria Williams
"The Bastille, A Vision" (Adriana Craciun, U. Nottingham)
"To Sensibility" (pub. 1786) (Stuart Curran, U. Penn)
Mary Wollstonecraft
General Resources
Mary Wollstonecraft (Kim Woodbridge)
Mary Wollstonecraft Page (Harriet Jump, Edge Hill University College, U.K)
Philosopher All-Stars Trading Cards: Wollstonecraft (Mark Achbar & Peter Wintonick)
Criticism
Heather E. Wallace, "Sophie: Woman's Educations According to Rousseau & Wollstonecraft" 
Writings
Maria, or the Wrongs of Woman (plain text) (Judith Boss/Wiretap)
Preface to The Female Reader (Rita Raley, U. California, Santa Barbara)
Vindication of the Rights of Woman, Chap. 4 (Stuart Curran, U. Penn)
A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (plain text) (based on the Everyman's Library edition, originally published in 1929, reprinted 1992) (Paula Gaber/Wiretap)
Dorothy Wordsworth and the Falls of Clyde (extract from Recollections of a Tour in Scotland, A.D. 1803 with a photo of the Cora Linn falls) (Scotland HolidayNet)
William Wordsworth
General Resources
TCG's Wordsworth Page (Thomas C. Gannon)
Wordsworth's Gothic Readings (Douglass Thomson, Georgia Southern U.)
Poetry: Complete Editions
Complete Poetical Works (1888) (Bartleby Library)
Lyrical Ballads: 1798-1998 -- Versions of Lyrical Ballads [Show]
Lyrical Ballads (1798) ("the original version of Lyrical Ballads, taken from the first anonymous Bristol imprint of 1798. No attempt has been made to correct the text, with the exception that the corrections indicated on the original errata slip have been made") (Richard Bear, U. Oregon; TEI-conformant markup by U. Virginia Library Electronic Text Center)
Online Books Initiative Wordsworth FTP Directory 
The Poems of Lyrical Ballads: A Scholarly Electronic Edition (prototype pages for
Web Concordances: Lyrical Ballads (1798) (requires Netscape 2.0+) (Rob Watt, U. Dundee)
Wordsworth Variorum Archive ("archive of the various published versions of Wordsworth’s poetry arranged by published volume; texts based on first editions; includes volume-specific concordances") (James M. Garrett, California State U., Los Angeles)
Selected Poems
Ron S. Broglio & F. William Ruegg (U. Florida), Point Rash Judgment: the Exploration of a Wordsworth Text ("We have constructed a MOO space consisting of three rooms--Valley, Point Rash Judgment, and Cottage--as a translation/interpretation of the Wordsworth poem Point Rash Judgment")
Crossing the Alps Episode from The Prelude, Bk. 6 (Ron Broglio, U. Florida)
"Extempore Effusion upon the Death of James Hogg" (U. Virginia)
Interacting with The Prelude (description of hypertextual, multimedia version of Book I of The Prelude in its various versions; the project included a 3D animation of the mountain rearing up in the Boat Stealing episode) (Mike Harrisson)
"Peter Bell - A Tale" (U. Virginia)
Salisbury Plain (1793-94) (Alan Liu, U. California, Santa Barbara)
Selected Poems (Richard Darsie, U. California, Davis)
Selected Poems (The Poetry Archives)
Selected Poetry (U. Toronto)
Some Poems from Bartleby.com [Show]
"Sonnet on seeing Miss Helen Maria Williams Weep at a Tale of Distress" (Stuart Curran, U. Penn)
Sonnets of William Wordsworth (Sonnet Central)
"Stanzas Written in My Pocket Copy of Thomson's 'Castle of Indolence' " (U. Virginia)
"The World Is Too Much with Us" (includes introductory headnote) (from the Harper-Collins
Prose
Lyrical Ballads Advertisement and Preface [Show]
Criticism
Tim Fulford (Nottingham Trent U.), "Cowper, Wordsworth, Clare: The Politics of Trees" (1995) 
Bruce Graver (Providence College), "Duncan Wu's Wordsworth's Reading: 1770-1799: A Supplementary List with Corrections" (Romanticism On the Net, 1996)
Keith Hanley (Lancaster U.), "Wordsworth's Revolution in Poetic Language" (1998) (Romanticism on the Net)
Lyrical Ballads, 1798-1998 -- A Special Issue of Romanticism On the Net (1998) (guest editors: Nicola Trott and Seamus Perry)
Roger Meyenberg and Patrick Vincent , "Wordsworth's Route Over the Simplon in 1790: A Reconstruction" (includes photos) (Romantic Circles)
A New Historicist Reading of "Tintern Abbey" and One of Its Critics ("short extracts from a rich and complex set of arguments for and against a New Historicist reading"; excerpts from Marjorie Levinson and Thomas McFarland) (David S. Miall, U. Alberta)
Michael O'Neill (U. Durham), " 'The Words He Uttered': A Reading of Wordsworth" (1996) (Romanticism on the Net)
Joel Pace (Blackfriars, Oxford), "Emotion and Cognition in The Prelude" (Romanticism On the Net, 1996)
Joel Pace (Oxford U.), " 'Gems of a soft and permanent lustre': The Reception and Influence of the Lyrical Ballads in America" (1998) (Romanticism on the Net)
Walter Pater, "Wordsworth" (1874) (U. Toronto)
Holger Schott (Harvard U.), " 'A true community ... of many into one incorporate': Wordsworth's Authoring of the Other" (1997) 
Christopher Smith (Open U.), "Robert Southey and the Emergence of Lyrical Ballads " (1998) (Romanticism on the Net)
Duncan Wu (U. Glasgow), "Tautology and Imaginative Vision in Wordsworth" (1996) (Romanticism On the Net)
Visual & Lake District Resources
Dove Cottage & The Wordsworth Museum [Show]
LakesNET 
Lakes Online 
National Trust Properties in Cumbria 
WWWeb-Guides Lake District Resources (Includes Images, Brief Historical And Biographical Summaries, Modern Tourist Info) (Peter & Donna Thomson) [Show]
Ann Yearsley
"Addressed to Sensibility" (Stuart Curran, U. Penn)
"To Indifference" (Stuart Curran, U. Penn)
[Top]
Selected Topics in Romanticism
The State Of The Profession: Romantic Studies In Peril?
"Romanticism" in Crisis: A Panel Discussion on Period and Profession (position papers "on changing definitions of British Romanticism . . . [and] the future of British Romanticism as a hiring field' from the 1997 conference of the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism; the debate particularly concerns the recent anxiety in the professional Romantics field that "downsizing" in the academy is subordinating the field to such larger period definitions as the "long 18th century" and "long 19th century") (Romantic Circles)
French Revolution
General Resources
British Newspaper Coverage of the French Revolution (a small archive of articles from the London Times and Morning Chronicle of 1792-93 designed to assist in study of Romanticism and the Revolution; also includes William Wordsworth's Salisbury Plain and an excerpt from Thomas Carlyle's French Revolution) (Alan Liu, U. California, Santa Barbara)
French Revolution Home Page (AgentMess@aol.com)
French Revolutionary Pamphlets (Mark Olsen, U. Chicago/ARTFL)
The Guillotine Headquarters (Jørn Fabricius)
Révolution française et 'vandalisme révolutionnaire' (Voltaire Foundation, Oxford U.)
Revolution and After: Tragedies and Farces (resources on the French Revolution) (Richard Hooker, Washington State U.)
Image Resources
The Image of France (key-word indexing of the record of prints--engravings, lithographs, woodcuts, etc.--published in Paris in the Bibliographie de la France for 1811-17) (George D. Mckee, Binghamton U./ARTFL)
Marquis Collection of French Revolution Prints, 1777-1879 (text-file catalogue)
Materials From "Age Of Enlightenment In The Paintings Of France's National Museums" (Virtual Exhibit Of Images With Historical Background) [Show]
The Gothic
General Resources
Gothic Literature Page: The English Gothic Novel from 1764-1820 (includes information, criticism, summaries, syllabi, bibliography, and links) (Franz Potter)
Gothic Literature: What the Romantic Writers Read [Show]
The Gothic: Materials for Study [Show]
The Literary Gothic Page (literary Gothicism of the 18th and 19th centuries; includes some resources in modern Gothic) (Jack G. Voller, Southern Illinois U. at Edwardsville)
The Sickly Taper ("website dedicated to Gothic bibliography") (Fred Frank, Allegheny C.)
Novels And Related Materials
Coleridge's Reviews of The Mysteries of Udolpho, The Monk, Hubert de Sevrac, and The Italian (Michael Gamer, U. Penn)
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)
Matthew Lewis's The Monk -- A Special Issue of Romanticism On the Net (1997) (guest editor: Fred Frank)
Eliza Parsons, The Castle of Wolfenbach (Gothic Library)
John William Polidori [Show]
Ann Radcliffe [Show]
Courses
Michael Gamer (U. Penn) [Show]
David S. Miall (U. Alberta), "Gothic Fiction" 
William B. Warner (U. California, Santa Barbara), Cyborg Genealogies: The Gothic (studies "a selective group of novels and films and theoretical texts so as to trace the modern cyborg back to the gothic monster") (Transcriptions Project, U. California, Santa Barbara)
Romanticism And Information Technology (Resources That Address The Issue Of It Or Survey/Critique Online Resources In The Field)
Special Issue of Romanticism On The Net (May 1998) (Guest Editors: Laura Mandell and Michael Gamer)
Catherine Decker (California State U., San Bernardino), Crossing Old Barriers: The WorldWideWeb, Academia, and the Romantic Novel (1998) (Romanticism on the Net)
Elizabeth Fay (U. Massachusetts, Boston), "The Bluestocking Archive: Constructivism and Salon Theory Revisited" (1998) 
Chris Koenig-Woodyard (Oxford U.), "A Hypertext History of the Transmission of Coleridge's 'Christabel,' 1800-1816" (1998) 
(also: Theory, Walter Benjamin) Douglass H. Thomson (Georgia Southern U.), "The Work of Art in the Age of Electronic (Re)Production" (1998) (Romanticism on the Net)
The Canon and the Web: Reconfiguring Romanticism in the Information Age
Homepage of Canon and the Web (site for a special session at the Dec. 1996 Modern Language Assoc. convention) (Laura Mandell & Alan Liu)
Canon Dreaming (I) (links to "online course syllabi in the Romanticism field that either revise the canon or explore the history and theory of canon-making")
Canon Dreaming (II) (anthologies & curricula Designed by graduate students)
Critical Readings for  
Marlene Manoff (MIT Libraries), "Cyberhope or Cyberhype? Computers and Scholarly Research" (1997) (discusses several of the major online projects originating in the Romantics field)
Ashton Nichols, "Electronic Resources for Nineteenth Century Studies" (review of online and CD-ROM resources for the study of Romantic and Victorian literature; includes links) (Nineteenth-Century Studies)
Romanticism On The Net Special Issue On &Quot;The Canon And The Web&Quot; (May 1998) (Guest Editors: Laura Mandell And Michael Gamer)
Elizabeth Fay (U. Massachusetts, Boston), "The Bluestocking Archive: Constructivism and Salon Theory Revisited" (1998) 
Neil Fraistat, Steven Jones, and Carl Stahmer (Romantic Circles Site), "The Canon, The Web, and the Digitization of Romanticism" (1998) (Romanticism on the Net)
Chris Koenig-Woodyard (Oxford U.), "A Hypertext History of the Transmission of Coleridge's 'Christabel,' 1800-1816" (1998) 
Douglass H. Thomson (Georgia Southern U.), "The Work of Art in the Age of Electronic (Re)Production" (1998) (Romanticism on the Net)
The Sublime
Primary Works
Edmund Burke, A Philosophical Enquiry into the Origins of Our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful -- Selections (Michael Gamer, U. Penn)
Secondary And Other Relevant Works
David M. Baulch (U. Washington), "The Sublime of the Bible" (1996) (on Blake) (Romanticism on the Net)
non 2: The Sublime (special issue of online experimental poetry zine)
Charles J. Rzepka (Boston U.), "Re-collecting Spontaneous Overflows: Romantic Passions, the Sublime, and Mesmerism" 
The Sublime and the Domestic: Structures of Mediation in the Gothic (U. Virginia)
Slavery & Abolition
The Abolitionist (collection of articles related to the abolitionist movement) (African Genesis)
Abolition: African-American Mosaic Exhibition
Homepage of Abolition: African-American Mosaic Exhibition (Library of Congress)
Conflict of Abolition and Slavery (Library of Congress)
Influence of Prominent Abolitionists (Library of Congress)
The African American: A Journey from Slavery to Freedom (Robert Delaney, Long Island U.)
From Slavery to Freedom: The African-American Pamphlet Collection, 1822-1909 (virtual exhibit on the collection) (and the Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
Africans in America Part 4 Resource Bank Contents (includes info on antebellum slavery, abolitionism, fugitive slaves and Northern racism, westward expansion, and the Civil War, and each topic addresses people, historical documents, and modern voices) (PBS Online)
American Memory
Homepage of American Memory (gateway to "primary source materials relating to the history and culture of the United States"; "offers more than 7 million digital items from more than 100 historical collections") (Library of Congress)
African American Odyssey: A Quest for Full Citizenship (includes exhibit sections "Slavery: The Peculiar Institution," "Free Blacks in the Antebellum Period," "Abolition," among others) (Library of Congress)
Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1938 ("contains more than 2,300 first-person accounts of slavery and 500 black-and-white photographs of former slaves") (Library of Congress)
Frederick Douglass Papers (Library of Congress)
From Slavery to Freedom: The African-American Pamphlet Collection, 1822-1909 (Library of Congress)
Lincoln Papers: Emancipation Proclamation (provides introduction, timeline, and images, including Lincoln's first draft of the document) (Library of Congress)
Slaves and the Courts, 1740-1860 (Library of Congress)
Voices from the Days of Slavery: Former Slaves Tell Their Stories (Library of Congress)
Amistad
The Amistad, 40 U.S. 518 (1841) ("full-text of the U.S. Supreme Court decision and links to relevant sites") (FindLaw)
Amistad Home Page (information about the Amistad incident and legal issues related to Spielberg's film) (Michael Peil, Legal Information Institute)
Amistad Research Center (Tulane U.)
Exploring Amistad at Mystic Seaport (info on the Amistad Revolt of 1839-1842, including timelines, an online library of over 500 primary documents including court documents, journal entries, and newspaper stories, and teaching resources)
Famous American Trials: Amistad Trials, 1839-1840 (Doug Linder, U. Missouri, Kansas City)
The Atlantic Slave Trade and Slave Life in the Americas: A Visual Record (extensive collection of images) (Jerome S. Handler and Michael L. Tuite, Jr., U. Virginia)
Beyond Face Value: Depictions of Slavery in Confederate Currency (US Civil War Center)
Black Loyalists: Our History, Our People (Tony Pace, Canada's Digital Collections)
A Chronology of American Slavery (Eddie Becker, Holt House)
Kenneth M. Clark, "James Madison and Slavery" (James Madison Museum)
Featured Document: The Emancipation Proclamation (includes background, transcript, and images of the original document) (US National Archives & Records Administration)
Frederick Douglass Papers (Library of Congress)
Freedmen and Southern Society Project (books and documents concerning the history of emancipation during the American Civil War) (Steven F. Miller, U. Maryland)
H-Slavery Discussion Network (H-Net Humanities and Social Sciences OnLine)
Terry Matthews (Wake Forest U.) The Religion of the Slaves (lecture transcript)
Maps of Liberia, 1830-1870 (virtual exhibit of maps from the American Colonization Society) (Library of Congress, Washington, DC)
LII: US Constitution: Amendment XIII (Legal Information Institute, Cornell U.)
LII: US Constitution: Amendment XIV (Legal Information Institute, Cornell U.)
The Middle Passage: Voyage into Bondage (K-12 teaching resource) (U.S. News Classroom)
The Museum of African Slavery ("virtual museum dedicated to the history of slavery and the slave trade in the Atlantic")
Charles P. M. Outwin, "Securing the Leg Irons: Restriction of Legal Rights for Slaves in Virginia and Maryland, 1625-1791" (Early America Review)
Slave Narratives
American Slave Narratives: An Online Anthology (includes annotated index of narratives, related readings, other resources, and sound files) (American Studies Hypertexts, U. Virginia)
"Been Here So Long": Selections from the WPA American Slave Narratives (New Deal Network)
Documenting the American South: North American Slave Narratives (includes electronic texts, introductions to the slave narrative, a bibliography listed both alphabetically and chronologically, and a guide to religious content in slave narratives) (Academic Affairs Library, U. North Carolina, Chapel Hill)
Electronic Text Center: African American (U. Virginia Library)
Lesson Plan: Slave Narratives: Constructing U.S. History through Analyzing Primary Sources (EDSITEment)
The Slave Narrative (introductory page including definitions, examples, purposes, influences, popularity, parallels, patterns, and motifs) (Donna M. Campbell, Gonzaga U.)
Third Person, First Person: Slave Voices from the Special Collections Library (Paolo Mangiafico, Duke U.)
Slavery in America (includes history, geography, American literature, narratives/biographies, teacher resources, image gallery, and encyclopedia) (New York Life)
Sandra Thomas, "Frederick Douglass" (online biography) (U. Rochester)
The Time of the Lincolns (PBS Online)
The Underground Railroad
National Underground Railroad Freedom Center (educational resources)
UGR: Home - The Retracing of the Underground Railroad (multimedia presentation of journeys along the route, made by Southern California educators) (Footsteps to Freedom)
The Underground Railroad (National Geographic Online)
The Underground Railroad (History Channel exhibit)
Underground Railroad: Lower Mississippi Delta Region (Nile of the New World, National Park Service)
Understanding Slavery (K-12 teaching resource; includes info on Olaudah Equiano and a virtual slave auction) (Discovery School)
United States National Slavery Museum (Fredericksburg, Virginia)
Virginia Runaways Homepage (transcriptions and images of runaway slave and servant advertisements from 18th-century Virginia newspapers) (Tom Costa, U. Virginia C. at Wise)
Women And Romanticism (General Resources; For Other Resources, See Above)
The Bluestocking Archive ("texts by or relating to the eighteenth-century British Bluestocking Circle and the second generation Blues, including predecessor texts, and literature of sensibility as it is derived from the Bluestockings' concerns with aesthetics, and with women
British Women Romantic Poets, 1789-1832: An Electronic Collection of Texts from the Shields Library, U. California, Davis ("highly accurate and reliable electronic editions of works" encoded in SGML/TEI; with HTML versions) (Gen. Ed., Nancy Kushigian, UC Davis)
Shameless Scribblers (Set Of Pages With Brief Bios Of Women Authors Writing In English, Mostly From The 18Th And 19Th Centuries; The Bios Are From The 1911 Encyclopedia Brittanica) (The Write Page)
Selected Resources:  
Diplomats, Diarists and Gossips 
More Shameless Scribblers 
Reformers, Missionaries and Do-gooders 
Shameless Scribblers 
Shameless Scribblers: Part III 
Women of the Romantic Period (teaching and research resource that reverses the field on Richard Polwhele's attack on Romantic-era women writers in 'The Unsex'd Females' by using it to introduce students and scholars to the works and background of women writers; hypertext links enable
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Post-Romanticism (20Th-Century Works Directly Related To Romanticism)
Fictional Representations of Romantics and Romanticism: A Partially Annotated Bibliography (a list of primarily 20th-century books, plays, films, featuring historical Romantic figures in fictional contexts; based on a NASSR-L discussion of science fiction and other popular genres with Romantic figures) (Romantic Circles)
Mary Shelley Filmography
All Movie Versions of Frankenstein (Internet Movie Database)
C. S. Forester, Horatio Hornblower Page (C. S. Forester Society) (info and links on the Hornblower novels) (William A. Carpenter)
Nick Spencer (Emory U.), "Clausewitz and Pynchon: Post-Romantic War in Gravity's Rainbow" (1996) (Carole Meyers)
Lesley Stern (U. New South Wales, Australia), "Emma in Los Angeles: Clueless as a Remake of the Book and the City" (1997) ("Cher Horovitz, handsome, clever and rich, had lived nearly sixteen years in LA with very little to distress or vex her") (Australian Humanities Review)
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Course Syllabi
Homepage (on English Courses page)
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Criticism (for specific criticism, see under individual authors)
John Anderson (Boston C.), "Romantic Billboards on the Infobahn" 
Ron S. Broglio & F. William Ruegg (U. Florida), "Designing a New Pedagogical Practice for Romantic Studies" (1996) 
David Chandler (Kyoto U.), " 'One Consciousness,' Historical Criticism and the Romantic Canon" (2000) (Romanticism on the Net)
Thomas C. Gannon, "Romanticism and the Unconscious" (1st chapter of MA thesis)
Anthony John Harding, The Reception of Myth in English Romanticism (publisher's description)
John Spencer Hill (U. Ottawa), editor, The Romantic Imagination (1977) 
Nelson Hilton (U. Georgia), Lexis Complexes: Literary Interventions (1995) (full-text)
Keats-Shelley Journal Bibliography (Jonathan David Gross, DePaul U. / Romantic Circles)
W.J.T. Mitchell, The Last Formalist, or W.J.T. Mitchell as Romantic Dinosaur (innovative "paratextual" interview of Mitchell by Orrin N.C. Wang, U. Maryland) (Romantic Praxis / Romantic Circles; HTML by Rita Raley)
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)
Romantic Anthologies -- A Special Issue of Romanticism On the Net (1997) (guest editor: Laura Mandell)
Romantic Circles Reviews (Jeffrey N. Cox with Charles Snodgrass / Romantic Circles)
Romanticism On the Net (electronic journal) (Michael Eberle-Sinatra, Oxford U.)
Romanticism and Conspiracy (essays edited by Orrin N.C. Wang, U. Maryland, originating in the session on this topic at the NASSR conference, Nov. 1996)
"Romanticism" in Crisis: A Panel Discussion on Period and Profession (position papers "on changing definitions of British Romanticism . . . [and] the future of British Romanticism as a hiring field' from the 1997 conference of the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism; the debate particula
Romantic Passions: A Hypertext Collection of Theory and Criticism (1998)
Homepage (critical essays on Romanticism and affect) (Romantic Circles)
Elizabeth Fay (U. Massachusetts, Boston), "Romantic Passions" 
Adela Pinch (U. Michigan), "Thinking about the Other in Romantic Love" 
Jeffrey C. Robinson (U. Colorado, Boulder) "Passion and Romantic Poetics" 
Charles J. Rzepka (Boston U.), "Re-collecting Spontaneous Overflows: Romantic Passions, the Sublime, and Mesmerism" 
Andrew M. Stauffer (U. Virginia), "Romantic Anger and Byron's Curse" 
Nanora Sweet (U. Missouri, St. Louis), "Hemans, Heber, and Superstition and Revelation" 
Selected Studies of Lyrical Ballads (Ronald Tetreault, Dalhousie U., and Bruce Graver, Providence C.)
James Stanger (U. California, Riverside), "The Specter of the Press in Romantic Scenes of Writing" (Prometheus Unplugged Conference / Carole Meyers)
Ruriko Suzuki (Tohoku Gakuin University, Japan), "Translation in the 1790's: a Means of Creating a Like Existence and/or Restoring the Original" (1996) (Romanticism On the Net)
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Journals (Romantic Literature)
The Charles Lamb Bulletin (info and contents)
John Clare Society Journal 
Keats-Shelley Journal 
Romanticism On the Net
Homepage of Romanticism on the Net 
RoN Journals Page 
Romanticism (info and contents)
Romantic Praxis: Theory and Practice (original critical essays collected around various topics) (Orrin N.C. Wang & John Morillo / Romantic Circles)
Women's Writing  ("an international journal focusing on women's writing before about 1900. The Editors welcome theoretical and historical perspectives, and contributions that are concerned with gender, culture, race and class"; full-text plus abstracts)
The Wordsworth Circle 
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Listservs & Newsgroups (Romantic Literature)
Austen-L (listserv archives) (Henry Churchyard, U. Texas, Austin)
NASSR-L Archives (monthly logs of the discussion list of the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism)
Romanticist Listservs, National & International (from UPenn listserv index) (also see TILE.NET under General English Literature Resources above)
Wollstonecraft Listserv (includes archives)
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Conferences (Romantic Literature) (many of these links are from the well-kept Romanticism On The Net Conferences page)
American Conference on Romanticism 1998: Cross-Currents in Romanticism (Oct. 16-18, 1998, U. Calif., Santa Barbara) 
Building Romanticism: The Archi'text'ure of Nature, Nation, Narration (U. Georgia, Jan. 22-25, 1998) 
Call for Papers for the Romantics Division Sessions at the 1999 MLA Convention (this CFP did not appear in the MLA Newsletter)
Calls for Papers (U. Penn English Dept.)
The Canon and the Web: Reconfiguring Romanticism in the Information Age (site for a special session at the Dec. 1996 Modern Language Assoc. convention) (Laura Mandell & Alan Liu)
Coleridge Summer Conference 1998 (Somerset, July 23-29) 
Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies 15th Annual Conference, "Centers and Peripheries" (April 6-8, 2000, Yale U.) 
John Clare: New Approaches & Voices (July 18, 1998, Nottingham Trent U., UK) 
Mary Shelley: Parents, Peers, Progeny (Sept. 12-14, 1997, Anglia Polytechnic U.) 
NASSR (homepage for the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism; includes links to current and upcoming conferences)
Prometheus Unplugged? Romanticisms Past and Future (Emory U., April 12-14, 1996)
Homepage (Third annual Graduate Student Conference in Romanticism. The virtual side of the conference features online papers plus a unique Web-aware MOO powered by a downloadable client-program called
Conference MOO (telnet site; for full benefits of the MOO, use
Prometheus Unplugged Conference Center (online copies of conference papers)
Romanticism Links 
Re-Orienting Romanticism (Australian National U., April 15-17, 1998) 
Romantic Drama in Place: Geography, Scene, Milieu: A Symposium (April 10-12, 1998, U. Texas, Austin) 
Romanticism On the Net: Conferences Page (Michael Eberle-Sinatra, Oxford U.)
Romanticism and its Others: Fifth Annual Conference of the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism (NASSR) (Oct. 23-26, 1997, McMaster U.) 
Scott, Scotland and Romanticism: Sixth Meeting of the International Scott Conference (July 21-25, 1999, U. Oregon) 
Spectres of Romanticism (June 24, 1998, U. Liverpool) (postgraduate conference of the British Assoc. for Romantic Studies)
Ways of Seeing: The Nineteenth Century (June 22-24, 2000, U. Parix-X, Nanterre) (Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies & U. Paris-X, Nanterre)
Women Poets of the Romantic Period (Feb. 18-20, 1999, U. Colorado, Boulder) 



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