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Romanticism c1780-1830

Gateway websites 

English Faculty Library

Intute: Arts & Humanties

Search in ‘English Studies’ subject area

LION: Literature online

Enables a wide variety of searches e.g. by author, subject, literary movements, and many others

Journals Classmark P kept in the basement rolling stacks, arranged alphabetically by title.See for example: Past & Present, Victorian Studies ejournals@cambridge

Gateway to all the University’s electronic journal subscriptions

JSTOR Archive

Full-text database of older journal issues

Blake: an illustrated quarterly

Byron Journal Romantic Textualities: literature & print culture 1780-1840

Romanticism & Victorianism on the Net (RaVoN)

Sections within the Library E 51 – E 535 main section for general background information, anthologies and criticism E 54 for individual authors K 5 visual art Z 800 bibliographies CD 5 recordings of poems by Blake, Keats, Shelley & Wordsworth

Online resources Romantic Chronology – useful background information

Romantic Circles: praxis series – extensive scholarly website for the study of the Romantic period c.1780-1830.

Web Concordances – to poems by Blake, P.B. Shelley, Wordsworth, Keats, Coleridge & G.M. Hopkins.

British Women Romantic Poets 1789-1832

Lyrical Ballads – an electronic scholarly edition

William Blake Archive – high quality digital resource with extremely detailed editions of his illuminated books

Streetprint: revolution & romanticism - interesting collection of nearly 200 vernacular texts – popular ballads, chapbooks, political pamphlets etc

Romantic Natural History – a site exploring links between literature and science in the century preceding Darwin’s ‘On the Origin of Species (1859)’ Leigh Hunt online: the letters - digitised letters to/from Carlyle, Mary Shelley etc Romantic Era – collection of lesser known Romantic poets

British Association for Romantic Studies – an organisation promoting the study of the cultural history of the Romantic period

John Clare Page – poems, articles and essays relating to Clare

Tate Britain – paintings by Fuseli, Palmer, Blake and extensive collections of Constable and Turner

Sunset – J.M.W. Turner

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