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English poetry -- 19th century

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View Resource The Web Concordances

The English department of the University of Dundee offers this useful Website for researching the poetry of five famous English poets of the nineteenth century. Online concordances are provided here for Shelley's Selected Poems, 1816-1821, Coleridge's "The Ancyent Marinere," Keats' Odes, Wordsworth's and Coleridge's 1798 edition of Lyrical Ballads, and Gerard Manley Hopkins' Poems, first published...

http://www.concordancesoftware.co.uk/webconcordances/
View Resource The Swinburne Project

Best known for his fine use of meter and eccentric personality, Algernon Charles Swinburne was one of the best-known poets of Victorian-era England. Edited by John Walsh of Indiana University, the Swinburne Project currently contains four volumes of Swinburne's poems, two volumes of his prose from the Bonchurch Edition of _The Complete Works of Algernon Charles Swinburne_, and his second classical...

http://www.letrs.indiana.edu/swinburne/
View Resource The Wordsworth Trust

The Wordsworth Trust won the 2003 Cumbria Tourist Board Award for Excellence as a small tourist attraction, and the trust's website is a good demonstration of its excellence. While not large, it is worth a visit for its neat design with well-organized material to browse. The Trust operates Dove Cottage and the adjacent Wordsworth Museum near the village of Town End, Grasmere, places in the English...

https://wordsworth.org.uk/home.html
View Resource Rossetti Archive

Not unlike its contemporary, the William Blake Archive (mentioned in the January 2nd, 1998 Scout Report), the Rossetti Archive exists to advance the study of one particular painter and writer, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, "who was, according to both John Ruskin and Walter Pater, the most important and original artistic force in the second half of the nineteenth century in Great Britain." The Rossetti...

http://www.rossettiarchive.org/index.html