The British Columbia Digital
Digital Library Collections By Subject: Literature:
19th Century Present Era
See also under Literature: General
Works names of languages (for example, American
Texts) and Women.
- The 19th
Century Literature Webring. Circular list of Web sites containing 19th
century literary links or texts.
ein integriertes Informationssystem. Düsseldorf, Germany: Heinrich-Heine-Instituts,
2003. Site devoted to the  German poet Heinrich Heine (1797-1856).
- Hyper-Concordance: The Victorian Literary Studies Archives. Japan: Nagoya University, 2003?-. This site contains not only a database to Victorian-era texts, but also British and Irish authors from other centuries, along with American authors. Date added: 2010-12-06.
- NVSA Web Sites
(Northeast Victorian Studies Association). This is a useful set of links
arranged by author and title to Web sites about 19th century literary authors
and writers or electronic editions of their works.
- Retrospektive Digitalisierung
wissenschaftlicher Rezensionsorgane und Literaturzeitschriften des 18. und 19. Jahrhunderts aus dem deutschen Sprachraum. Biefeld,
Germany: Bibliothek, Universität Biefeld.
Full-text searchable or browsable collection of German language science
and literary magazines. Several  of these magazines reported on global
events from a German perspective. Date added: 2002-09-04. Date updated:
- Romantic Circles (Edited by Neil
Fraistat, Steven E. Jones, and Carl Stahmer published by the University of
Maryland). Searchable/browsable collection of peer-reviewed hypertext editions
of works by Romantic-period (late 18th through early 19th centuries) writers.
Site includes an array scholarly resources, including the Romantic Circles
Praxis Series, edited by Orrin N. C. Wang and John Morillo (ISSN:
1528-8129), which publishes original, electronic essays on Romanticism.
- Romanticism on the Net:
An International Refereed
Electronic Journal Devoted to Romantic Studies.
ISSN 1467-1255. Edited by Michael Eberle-Sinatra. Hosted by the University
of Oxford. The Sites section of the journal includes links to other literary
Web sites, including many with full-text electronic publications. Date accessed:
2002-10-18. Date added: 2002-10-18.
Swinburne Project: A searchable electronic edition of the works of Algernon Charles Swinburne
(1837-1909). John Walsh, editor. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University, c1999-2002.  Date
accessed: 2004-04-17. Date added: 2004-04-17.
Victorian Web: Literature, History and Culture in the Age of Victoria
(Created by George P. Landow, Professor of English and Art History, Brown
University). Site includes electronic full-text 19th century literary works and
full-text modern, scholarly works about the Victorian era. A site-search engine
is available, as well as links to related sites.
Compiled by David
Mattison, Victoria Telecommunity
Network, BC. Copyright © 2000-2011 by the
BC Community Network Association. This
site may be freely linked to but not duplicated in any fashion without the
consent of the BCCNA.