• Gothic Literature Page
    A large site maintained by Franz J. Potter. Of note is the Gothic Resources page and Douglass Thomson's essay "Gothic Literature: What the Romantic Writers Read."
  • Resources for the Study of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein
    A useful set of links prepared by Professor Martin Irvine (Georgetown University).
  • The Literary Gothic
    A site dealing primarily with Gothicism of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Maintained by Jack G. Voller, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville.
  • The Gothic: Materials for Study
    A hypertext anthology prepared by University of Virginia students for the Novel of Sensibility course taught by Jerome McGann and Patricia Meyer Spacks. Includes an annotated bibliography and sections on the Female Gothic, individual and social psychologies of the Gothic, and Gothic drama, among others.
  • Romanticism on the Net: The Monk
    A special online issue devoted to Matthew Lewis's "Gothic supershocker," edited by Fred Frank (Allegheny College). Eight essays approach The Monk from a variety of perspectives, such as the influence of volatile French Revolution values and religious and anti-religious impulses. Posted in November 1997.
  • Manfred e-text
    The complete text taken from The Poetical Works of Byron, ed. Paul Elmer More, 1905. Maintained by Jack G. Voller.

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