British Literature Links
General Sources & Theory for 18th and 19th Century British Literature
- Victorian Web
- Comprehensive website on Victorian England.
- Victorian Studies Literary Archive
- List of websites regarding Victorian England with a focus on websites about artists and authors.
- A Victorian Dictionary: Exploring Victorian London
- This online dictionary makes use of contemporary materials about Victorian life. Organized by subjects.
- Victorian Women Writer's Project
- Supported by Indiana University (Bloomington), this site has much information that is searchable.
- Victorian History
- This site has much information about the Victorian Period, including links about the Poor Law (OT). Use the "Websites" link on the top of the home page.
Victorian Children: Toy and Games
- The Carlyle Letters
- An ongoing online project with access to full-text letters.
- The Old Bailey
- From the website: "A fully searchable edition of the largest body of texts detailing the lives of non-elite people ever published, containing 197,745 criminal trials held at London's central criminal court."
- Thomas Hardy
- Sponsored by The Thomas Hardy Association. A useful site for students and Hardy scholars, which includes discussion groups, scholarly articles, information on Hardy's life and works, and links to other Hardy sites.
Gabriel Rossetti Hypermedia Archive
- From the website's introduction: "Completed in 2008 to the plan laid
out in 1993, the Archive provides students and scholars with access to
all of DGR's pictorial and textual works and to a large contextual
corpus of materials, most drawn from the period when DGR's work first
appeared and established its reputation (approximately 1848-1920), but
some stretching back to the 14th-century sources of his Italian
translations." **Use Mozilla Firefox when using this archive*
- Reading Like a
- RLV is an interactive timeline of the Victorian period