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Edmund Gardner

Edmund Gardner (Transcription of poems by Edmund Gardner.) (Sonnet Central)

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Edward Gibbon

Essai sur l'etude de la literature (Hypertext transcription of the Edward Gibbon text.) (Cromohs)

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Edward Gibbon

Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire (all six volumes) (Text-only transcription of Edward Gibbon's work.) (Christian Classics Ethereal Library)

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General Resources

Voice of the Shuttle: Web Page for Humanities Research (Metapage for humanities research; currently numbers 70+ sub-pages) (Alan Liu)

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General Resources

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 I.)

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General Resources

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.) (James Steward)

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George I

George I (History of George's reign, including the political situation of the time.)

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George II

George II (Concise history of George II, his reign, and the political situation of the time.)

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George III Hanover

George III (Biography of George III Hanover, with notes on the political situation of his time.) (Brittania Internet Magazine)

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Glorious Revolution

David Cody, (Hartwick C.) Glorious Revolution (Brief history of Glorious Revolution, ending with accession of William and Mary and the exile of James II.) (George P. Landow)

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Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Faust (Text-only translation of Goethe's poem.) (OnLine Books)

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Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Study Guide for Goethe's Faust (Paul Brians)

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John Galt

The Works of John Galt (Transcriptions of the works of John Galt.) (Starn: Scots Teaching and Research Network)

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John Gay

Selected Poetry of John Gay (1685-1732) (Five complete HTML texts, plus excerpts from The Beggar's Opera.) (Representative Poetry On-line)

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John Gay

The Beggar's Opera (Excerpts of John Gay's work.) (Representative Poetry On-line)

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John Gay

The Beggar's Opera (Complete HTML version of John Gay's text.) (Richard Bear)

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John Gay

The Shepherd's Week (Excerpts from John Gay's work.) (Representative Poetry On-line)

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Mary Ann Browne Gray

Mont Blanc and Other Poems (Transcription of the book of poetry by Mary Ann Browne Gray.) (British Women Romantic Poets Project)

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Oliver Goldsmith

Oliver Goldsmith (Some notes on Goldsmith, with transcriptions of "Sweet Auburn" and "The Village Schoolmaster.") (Benown House B&B)

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Oliver Goldsmith

"An Elegy on the Death of a Mad Dog" (Complete text transcription of Goldsmith's poem, with miscellaneous notes.) (U. Virginia)

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Oliver Goldsmith

"The Deserted Village" (Complete text-only transcription of Goldsmith's poem.) (Michael Gamer)

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Oliver Goldsmith

"The Vicar of Wakefield" (Complete text transcription of the Goldsmith's poem.) (Eletronic Texts Center)

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Oliver Goldsmith

The Citizen of the World (Excerpts from the larger work by Oliver Goldsmith.) (Patricia Craddock)

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The Gothic

The Sickly Taper: Website Dedicated to Gothic Bibliography (Fred Frank)

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The Gothic

Gothic Literature Page: The English Gothic Novel from 1764 to1820 (Includes information, criticism, summaries, syllabi, bibliography, and links) (Franz Potter)

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The Gothic

Gothic Literature: What the Romantic Writers Read (Links to lists of Gothic influences on major writers.) (Douglass Thomson)

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The Gothic

The Literary Gothic Page (Literary Gothicism of the 18th and 19th centuries; includes some resources in modern Gothic.) (Jack G. Voller)

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The Gothic

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"; apparent on Gothic fiction and sensibilities.) (Michael Gamer)

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The Gothic

Gothic Fiction (Syllabus and notes for a course on Gothic fiction.) (David S. Miall)

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The Gothic

Gothicism and Romanticism (Course notes on a course on Romanticism and the Gothic.) (Michael Gamer)

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The Gothic

Sex, Violence, Law, and Gothic (Course notes and syllabus for a course on the Gothic.) (Michael Gamer)

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The Gothic

The Gothic Materials for Study (Introductions and excerpts from primary and secondary texts relevant to the topic. Students in Jerome McGann and Patricia Meyer Spack's course on "The Novel of Sensibility" at U. Virginia.) (Jerome McGann and Patricia Meyer Spack)

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Thomas Gray

Thomas Gray (Home page including poems and picture of Gray.) (ThinkQuest)

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Thomas Gray

Selected Poetry of Thomas Gray (Links to nine poems.) (Representative Poetry On-line)

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Thomas Gray

Thomas Gray (Includes pictures and text of "Elegy in a Country Churchyard.") (Sonnet Central)

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Thomas Gray

"Elegy Written in Country Church-Yard" (Complete text-only transcription of Thomas Gray's poem.) (Books OnLine)

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Thomas Gray

"Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College" (Complete hyptertext transcription of Thomas Gray's poem.) (Representative Poetry On-line)

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Thomas Gray

"The Bard" (Complete text-only transcription of Thomas Gray's poem.) (Michael Gamer)

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Thomas Gray

"The Progress of Poesy" (Complete hypertext transcription of Thomas Gray's poem.) (Representative Poetry On-line)

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William Godwin

William Godwin (Comprehensive home page for Godwin, including biography and links.) (Dana Ward)

 

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