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Arnold, Matthew *(7) Kipling, Rudyard *(104)
Austen, Jane *(122) Lamb, Charles (18)
Becke, George Lewis *(6) Lear, Edward *(28)
Brontë, Emily *(27) Rossetti, Christina *(12)
Collins, William Wilkie (34) Rossetti, Dante Gabriel (5)
Dickens, Charles *(164) Scott, Sir Walter (26)
Disraeli, Benjamin *(9) Stevenson, Robert Louis (51)
Eliot, George (26) Thackeray, William Makepeace (42)
Gissing, George *(3) Trollope, Anthony *(10)
Hogg, James *(11) Wells, H. G. *(89)
Kingsley, Charles (3) Wilde, Oscar *(49)

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19th Century British and Irish Authors - Chronological list of authors with hyperlinks to sites about them and their works.
A Nineteenth-Century Timeline - Important social and historical events of the 19th Century and publication dates of authors' works. Also includes Romantic and Victorian links.
Internet Library of Early Journals - Free, searchable access to three 18th c. journals and three 19th c. journals. Maintained by the libraries of Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester and Oxford Universities.
John Clare Society - Information on Northamptonshire peasant poet John Clare and on the society and its events.
Nineteenth-Century Interdisciplinary Studies Students' Collective - Links to art/architecture, social/cultural, music, literature, journals, and ephemera sources.
The Burlesque Bronte Collection - Brief entry on the Bronte family which asserts there were at lest 14 girls and 12 boys. Includes family tree with biographies of some members.
The Goblin Market: Reviews of 19th Century Literature - Links to historical information and literary subjects.
The Imperial Archive Project - Dedicated to the study of literature, imperialism, and postcolonialism.
The James Thomson Poetry Works - Biography and works of the Victorian poet.
The Prisoner of Zenda by Anthony Hope - Online text.
William Harrison Ainsworth (1805-1882) - Brief introduction and hyperlink to "The Chronicles of Windsor Castle."
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