Leigh A. Eicke

Department of English
237 Lake Huron Hall
Grand Valley State University
Allendale, MI 49401

Early British Literature

The Milton Reading Room
An excellent site providing hypertext editions of many of Milton's work, including Paradise Lost.

Eighteenth-century links

Eighteenth-Century Resources
Jack Lynch's helpful site containing his own resources as well as links to other resources.

The Spectator Project
An extremely valuable resource. You can find a specific issue by choosing "Spectator Complete" and then "Browse the Complete Volumes of the Spectator and the Tatler."

Shakespeare links

English Renaissance in Context
The English Renaissance in Context (ERIC) Multimedia Tutorials. Tutorials are provided for Romeo and Juliet and The Merchant of Venice, as well as print culture and textual studies topics.
Shakespeare's Globe Theatre
The official website of the reconstructed Globe Theatre in London.

Later British Literature

Romantic Circles
An innovative collaborative site concerned with the younger Romantics.

The William Blake Archive
A glorious treasure-house of Blake.

Bodleian Library Broadside Ballads
A catalog of the Bodleian Library Ballad collection (30,000 ballads!) with images and sound files.

General Literature links

Voice of the Shuttle
An excellent site linking a wide variety of information related to literature and the humanities.

Voices From the Gaps: Women Writers of Color
A University of Minnesota site focusing on the lives and works of North American women writers of color, including Zora Neale Hurston, Lucille Clifton, Julia Alvarez, Margaret Walker, and many others.

A Celebration of Women Writers.
An alphabetical list of many women writers with links to a diverse array of sites.


Internet Movie Database

Economic History Resources--How Much Is That?
A very handy tool for converting historical British pound values to modern approximate values.

Electronic Editions

Mary Shelley's The Last Man

A Letter to the Women of England, on the Injustice of Mental Subordination.

The WWW Virtual Library Theatre and Drama Index.

Other Links

University of Maryland

Last update August 30, 2004