Devoted to study of the Gothic fiction in England from
1764 to 1840, The Gothic Literature Page is intended to provide
and scholars of the Gothic novel access to the growing number of Gothic
resources available on the web.
Links to 19th Century and 20th century authors, titles,
A site bringing literature alive with audio, video, and
old-fashioned text of modern andclassic stories, plays, poems, essays,
and author interviews. Includes audio interviews with writers
as Maya Angelou, Amy Tan, Isaac Asimov, Robert Creeley, Anne
James Dickey and many others.
The Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center, Boston University
The Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center is the repository for
individuals in the fields of literature, criticism, journalism, drama,
music, film, civil rights, diplomacy and national affairs. Although
contemporary public figures is the specialty of the Center, there are
substantial holdings of earlier historical documents and over 140,000
A general interest page for those interested in the SCA and
European Middle Ages and
A collection of various messages having a common theme collected from
of various computer networks.
A site devoted to exploring
experimental literature. Pages on James Joyce.
and the Bible. Umilta
Women mystics, pilgrims, women
Helena, Birgitta of Sweden, Catherine of Siena, Mother Theresa. Margery
Kempe, Chiara Gambacorta, Francesca Romana. A website with extensive
to sites dealng with women mystics and saints.