English Romanticism
Related Web Sites

General Sources
  • Nineteenth Century Studies (Online Journal)

  • Romanticism On The Net (Online Journal)

  • Voice of the Shuttle: English Literature (Romantics Page)

  • Nineteenth Century Project

  • Internet History of Science Sourcebook

  • 19th Century Scientific American OnLine (Online version of 19th century Journal)

  • Steam Engine Library

  • Kew Bridge Steam Museum

  • The Penny Magazine, online version of a 19th century British magazine aimed at working class England

  • Regency Fashion Page

  • A Regency Repository

  • Romantic Circles, online journal, devoted to the study of Romantic period literature and culture

  • Romantic and Victorian Art

  • Web Museum, Paris

  • Art History Resources On The Web: Part 7, 19th-Century Art

  • The Life of the Industrial Worker in 19th-Century England, site maintained by Laura Del Col

  • Regency Timeline 1811-1820, site maintained by The Beau Monde, a chapter of the Romance Writers of America

  • Chronology of the French Revolution

  • Internet Modern History Sourcebook: Romanticism

  • Modern History Sourcebook: Thomas Babington Macaulay (1800-1859): Speech On The Reform Bill of 1832, March 2, 1831

  • Political Movers and Shakers of The 19th Century

  • The Spartacus Internet Encyclopedia: British History 1700-1900

  • Classis Musician's Dictionary: Leider

  • Full text of Lyrical Ballads by Wordsworth and Coleridge

    William Wordsworth

  • Selected Poetry And Prose Of William Wordsworth (1770-1850)

    William Blake

  • The William Blake Archive

    Samuel Taylor Coleridge

  • Selected Poetry And Prose Of Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772-1834)

  • Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Poems (hypertext)

  • The Samuel Taylor Coleridge Archive

    John Keats

  • John Keats (1795-1821), from The British Library

  • Selected Poetry Of John Keats (1795-1821)

    Erasmus Darwin
  • The Erasmus Darwin Foundation

    Benjamin Thompson / Count Rumford

  • Buckley Rumford Fireplace's page on Count Rumford

    Women Scientists

  • 4000 Years of Women In Science

  • 19th Century Science and The Woman Question