19th Century English Literature
Resources relating to 19th century English literature and literary figures. It includes websites devoted to author societies, themed events, anniversary and other news coverage, adaptations, interpretations, museums and fan sites, as well as academic sites.
- BBC News: The story of a Victorian genius
- BBC News: Vanity Fair filming begins in Bath
- BBC News: Were the 'mad' heroines of literature really sane?
- BBC News: Why heroines die in classic fiction
- BBC News: Women 'haunted' by Victorian novels
- Blog of Bosh, A: The Edward Lear Homepage
- British Association for Romantic Studies
- British Association for Victorian Studies
- British Library Blogs: Some gratuitous Christmas illustrations
- British Library Blogs: Sweeney Todd - a heart warming tale?
- Brontë Parsonage & Bronte Society, The
- Byron Society, The
- Charlotte Mary Yonge Fellowship
- Chawton House Library
- Corvey Women Writers on the Web (CW3)
- Crew of the S.S. May Day, The
- Dracula in Whitby
- Dracula Society, The
- Ebenezer Elliott: The Corn Law Rhymer & Poet of the Poor
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