The Victorian Age (From oldnh.lonestar.edu/30753/)
Norton Topics on Line: The Victorian Age: Industrialism: Progress or Decline? The Woman Question ; The Painterly Image in Poetry–Each topic also has Web Resources.
Timelines: Victorians. BBC. History with animations.
Queen Victoria’s Empire. PBS.
Victorian England: An Introduction. University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. Look at the photographs at the end of the article.
The Victorian Period: Daily life in Victorian England and Wales (People and Events, The Young Queen, The Great Exhibition, The Late Victorian Age, Railways, Gardens and Gardening, Victorian art and architecture).
Victorian Occupations: Life and Labor in the Victorian Period as Seen by Artists, Writers, and Modern Historians.
The Great Exhibition at the Crystal Palace. Victorian Station.
The Great Exhibition of 1851. Many pictures of the Crystal Palace.
Voice of the Shuttle:English Literature:Victorian: General Resources; Authors, Works, Projects; selected Social Issues and Writers; Course Syllabi and teaching Resources; Criticism and Critics; Journals; Listservs and Newsgroups; Conferences and calls for Papers. Literature of the Victorian Period. San Antonio College.
The Victorian Age: A People in Search of Themselves as Seen Through Their Architecture: by Valerie Ann Polino
Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute
The Victorian Website. “This site is designed to be an introductory resource for high school and college students studying the Victorian Period, and particularly the literature of the period.”
The Victorian Web: Many resources for all aspects of the Victorian Age
Victorian Web Sites: Many, many links to all sorts of Victoriana
The Victorian Age (ca. 1837-1914): Yahoo GeoCities
Sherlock Holmes on the Web: Victorian Sites (Royalty, Leaders & People of Note; Victorian Studies – General; Victorian Studies – Art; Victorian Studies – Technology & Science; Victorian Studies – Fashion;Victorian Studies – Daily Life; Victorian Studies – Literature & Culture; Victorian Studies – Misc Sites).
Victorian Links: General Victorian Resources, Journals, Victorian art (incorporating THE PRE-RAPHAELITES and INDIVIDUAL ARTISTS), Victorian literature (incorporating INDIVIDUAL AUTHORS).
The Victorian Sonnet: From Sonnet Central.
Faith and Doubt
Religion in Victorian Britain. The Victorian Web.
Victorian Science: An Overview. The Victorian Web.
The Great Debate: Oxford University Museum of Natural History. “Soapy Sam” vs. T. H. Huxley. Wilberforce and Huxley: A Legendary Encounter. J. R. Lucas.
Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881)
From Signs of the Times: The “Mechanical Age“: Internet History Sourcebook
Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881): a short biography
Thomas Carlyle: The Victorian Web
John Henry Cardinal Newman (1801-1890)
John Henry Cardinal Newman: Catholic Encyclopedia
Newman Reader: Life and Works. Many Links.
The Idea of A University, 1854. Modern History Sourcebook.
John Stuart Mill (1806-1873)
John Stuart Mill. Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
Penn State’s Electronic Classics Series John Stuart Mill Page:On Liberty and The Subjection of Women
Alfred, Lord Tennyson (1809-1892)
Selected Poetry of Alfred, Lord Tennyson: Representative Poetry on Line
The Tennyson Page: A Timeline of Tennyson’s Life, plus photos and other interesting Tennyson links; The Charge of the Light Brigade (requires Macromedia Shockwave plug-in); The Eagle: Check out the techno music setting of this poem; Ulysses: Click HERE for an excellent reading of Ulysses and Got a fast connection and/or patience? Here’s a techno setting of
Tennyson’s “Ulysses,” in a QuickTime rendition by Dr.J; Crossing the Bar: If you have the Shockwave Plug-In for Netscape, click here for a rendering of the last stanza of “Crossing the Bar.”
Alfred Tennyson, 1809-1892. Thomas Cooper Library, University of South Carolina.
Alfred Lord Tennyson: Yahoo Geocities
Alfred Tennyson: The Victorian Web
Babbage and Tennyson. John Lierhard, University of Houston.
Robert Browning (1812-1889)
Selected Poetry of Robert Browning: Representative Poetry on Line
Robert Browing: Yahoo Geocities
Robert Browning: The Victorian Web
Dramatic Monologue: An Introduction. The Victorian Web.
Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806-1861)
Elizabeth Barrett Browning: The Victorian Web
Elizabeth Barrett Browning: Yahoo Geocities
Sonnets from the Portuguese. Sonnet Central. Matthew Arnold (1822-1888)
Matthew Arnold: University of Toronto English library.
Matthew Arnold: The Victorian Web.
The Matthew Arnold Page: San Antonio College.
Matthew Arnold. Passions in Poetry. Representative poems.
Matthew Arnold as a Literary Critic.S. N. Radhika Lakshmi.
Edward Fitzgerald (1809-1883)
The Edward Fitzgerald Page: San Antonio College Lit Web
Edward Fitzgerald’s Rubáiyát: Picture of Fitzgerald
Edward Fitzgerald: The Mad Cybrarian’s Library: Works on line
John Ruskin (1819-1900)
John Ruskin. The Victorian Web.
Thomas Henry Huxley (1825-1895)
“The Method of Scientific Investigation”: Modern History Sourcebook
The Pre-Raphaelites: The Victorian Web
Algernon Charles Swinburne (1837-1909)
The Swinburne Project. A searchable electronic edition of the works of Algernon Charles Swinburne (1837-1909).
Algernon Charles Swinburne. The Victorian Web.
Algernon Charles Swinburne: Sonnets. Sonnet Central.
Walter Pater (1839-1834)
Walter Pater. The Victorian Web
Pico della Mirandola: Chapter two of The Rennaissance
Lewis Carroll (1832-1898)
Edward Lear (1812-1888)
Gerard Manley Hopkins (1844-1889)
Electronic Resources Related to G.M. Hopkins (1844-89) and His Poetry.
Oscar Wilde (1854-1900)
Oscar Wilde, 1854-1900. A brief biography and photograph of hisgrave.
Reading Wilde:Querying Spaces. An Exhibition Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Trials of Oscar Wilde.
The Trials of Oscar Wilde. Famous World Trials.
George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950)
Bernard Shaw: A Brief Biography. University of Pennsylvania.
Rudyard Kipling (1865-1936)
“The White Man’s Burden”: Modern History Source book
Rudyard Kipling: Yahoo Geocities
Just So Stories(1902)
Thomas Hardy (1840-1928)
The Thomas Hardy Association: The Thomas Hardy Association (TTHA) was founded in 1997 to promote the study and appreciation of Hardy’s writings in every corner of the world….It maintains for its members a World Wide Web site, with departments focusing on Hardy’s life and work, with links to other sites of possible interest to Hardy lovers. TTHA promotes interchanges among its members by supporting a Forum discussion group, a Poem-of-the-Month page, a Hardy Review, and a page featuring student papers.
Hardy: Links: Descriptions and evaluations of over 200 Hardy websites researched and collated by Director, Professor Robert Schweik.
Thomas Hardy Miscellany: Articles, essays, pictures of Hardy and Wessex.