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Author Web Sites
The Republic of Pemberley
Your haven for all things Austen.

The Karen Blixen Literary Society Online
A summary of Karen Blixen's life, a list of related sites and become a member.

Karen Blixen Information Site
All kinds of information and trivia about Karen Blixen.

The Brontë Sisters' Web
This site contains e-texts of Charlotte and Emily Brontë's works, biographies, a message board and more links.

Italo Calvino
"Because writing always means hiding something in such a way that it then is discovered"—Italo Calvino, If On a Winter's Night a Traveller
Discover a biography of Calvino, chronology, photographs, related essays, reviews and links.

Roald Dahl
This colourful site offers information on the man, his works and "fun stuff!" for students and teachers.

The Dickens Page
The best starting point for the exploration of Charles Dickens resources on the web.

Christiaan Stange's Dostoyevsky Resource Station
One man's formidable part-time attempt to create the definitive reference site for the study of Dostoyevsky.

The Gaskell Web
This site includes all of Elizabeth Gaskell's works in e-text and many other resources, and is supported by the Gaskell Society.

Gissing in Cyberspace
This site features e-texts of George Gissing's works, as well as a lot of helpful information.

The Hegel Society of America
Founded in 1968 to promote the study of the philosophy of Hegel and Hegelianism, its place within the history of thought, and its relation to social, political, and cultural movements since his time.

H. P. Lovecraft
An excellent on-line biography, with many links, of this unsurpassed master of weird horror.

The H.P. Lovecraft Archive
An unbelievably brilliant resource—spend hours browsing and you'll only scrape the surface!

A complete and well-designed guide to Vladimir Nabokov—the official site of the International Vladimir Nabokov Society.

Royal Shakespeare Company
The official site includes details of performances and membership.

The Robert Louis Stevenson Website
This site contains e-texts of Robert Louis Stevenson's works, biographies, associations, events, images and useful links.

The Voltaire Society of America
To foster the spirit of the Enlightenment...

Doubting Hall
A guided tour around the works of Evelyn Waugh.

Classic Authors
Links to author sites.


The Saga of King Hrolf Kraki
Further information and background for the Penguin Classic, The Saga of King Hrolf Kraki.

Enter the stampede! Everything you need to know about Ionesco's classic play.


The Interactive Journal of Early American Life.

The Diaries of George Washington
Introduction to the diaries of George Washington.

@SLE Online
A site dedicated to literature considering the relationship between human beings and the natural world.

Accessible Plutarch and a useful Classics links page.

On-Line Greek and Latin Dictionaries
A brilliant site at Tufts University, Massachusetts, containing on-line Greek and Latin dictionaries, including the invaluable Lewis and Short Latin Dictionary.

A Compendium of Common Knowledge 1558-1603
A fantastic site for Elizabethan reconstructionists.

The interactive Journal of Early American Life.

The Gothic Literature Page
A web site devoted to the study of Gothic Literature in England from 1764 to 1820.

The Literary Gothic
An impressive site to aid the study and enjoyment of literary Gothicism.

Materials for the study of women and gender in the Ancient world.

The Libyrinth
Explore the Great Thoths of the Western Mine, that carnivorous whole in thunder whirled...

Legends is a beautiful site exploring the history, literature and lore of Robin Hood, King Arthur and many other characters of balladry, fiction and film, from the shores of Avalon to the towers of Zenda.

Representative Poetry Online
An easily searchable range of 2200 English poems from Old English to the twentieth century.

Romanticism on the Net
A very large list of links to a whole host of Romantic, Gothic, Victorian and other literary websites.

Romantics Unbound
Dr David Hogsette's online learning and research site for the study of Romanticism.

A searchable archive of Scottish history and culture.

The Victorian Web
Professor Landow's hugely impressive Victorian Web at Brown University, Rhode Island.

Victoria Research Web
A wide range of resources for research into the nineteenth century.

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