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Blake, William *(40) Keats, John *(95)
Burke, Edmund *(16) Shelley, Mary (39)
Burns, Robert *(24) Shelley, Percy Bysshe *(111)
Byron, Lord, George Gordon *(28) Wollstonecraft, Mary *(10)
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor *(31) Wordsworth, William *(17)
Godwin, William *(7)  

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A Romantic Natural History - Surveying the relationships between literary works and natural history from Aristotle to Charles Darwin.
Encarta on Romantic Literature - Brief encyclopedia overview.
Literary Resources -- Romantic (Lynch) - Index of resources focusing on those of interest to scholars. Searchable and organized by period and topic.
Romantic Canons: A Bibliography - Annotated list of critical and theoretical works about the activity of canonizing as it arose during the Romantic era, and the concept of literary period which arose with it.
Romantic Chronology - Despite the name, a very extensive chronology of 18th Century dramatic and social events. Has some overlap both to 17th and 19th centuries.
Romantic Circles - Open-ended meta-resource maintaining and encouraging links to other sites.
Romanticism On the Net - Electronic journal focused on the romantic literature.
Romantics Unbound - Online research and learning resource for the study of Romanticism in literature, art, and music.
San Antonio College LitWeb Index of English Romanticism - A list of prevalent British writers of Romanticism, with listings of their major works and links to where these works can be found if available online.
The American Conference on Romanticism - The home page of the American Conference on Romanticism, an association of scholars.
What the Romantic Writers Read - Influential Gothic Literature reading lists for: Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Percy and Mary Shelley and Keats.
Women Romantic Writers - Electronic texts, annuals, anthologies, cultural and visual resources maintained at Loyola University, Chicago.
Women of the Romantic Period - This interactive website uses Richard Polwhele's poem "The Unsex'd Females" to introduce important female contributors from the Romantic period that are often excluded from the literary canon.
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