Women Writers of the 19th Century (NYPL)
Women Romantic Poets (UCDavis) "An electronic collection of texts
from the Shields Library."
Celebration of Women Writers (Penn) Very extensive, though occasionally
superficial, guide to works by women around the world and through the
centuries. Includes some useful bibliographies and biographical information.
The breadth is more impressive than the depth.
Writers on the Web (Sheffield-Hallam) The goal is "to make fully searchable,
peer-reviewed research available to all interested academics, scholars
and researchers. ... Focuses on the 1,065 English belles-lettres titles
around 3,000 volumes by women authors," 1796-1834. Now
just bibliographical information, no full-text. Still, very extensive,
a.k.a. Scribbling Women An electronic journal and guide to 19th-c.
American women Writers.
Emory Women Writers Resource
Project (Sheila Cavanagh, Emory) A fledgling project "designed to
provide students with unfamiliar texts written by women and to supply
essential background and ancillary materials for the writers and their
works." Not much there yet.
Inn (Köln, Germany) "A searchable database providing access to
over 5000 records pertaining to feminist theory, feminist literary criticism
and gender studies focusing on English and American literature." In German
of the Left Bank (Paula DiTallo) On-line magazine on early Modernism,
especially women in Paris, 1900-1940, but with broader coverage than the
19th Century American Women
Writers Web (UNL)
The Orlando Project: An Integrated
History of Women's Writing in the British Isles (Alberta) Information
on the project to provide the "first full scholarly history of women's
writing in the British Isles."
Scribbling Women (Public
Media Foundation) "Online resources for teaching American women's literature
using dramatizations produced by The Public Media Foundation." Includes
links and RealAudio performances.
Women Writers (Kim Wells) Commentary
on women writers from 1800 to the present, with extensive annotated links
to other sites.
Women Writers Project (Brown)
An archive of women writers from 1350 to 1830. Among the most sophisticated
scholarly projects on the Web.
Women of the Romantic Period
(Daniel Anderson and Morri Safran, Texas) An "interactive hypertext [that]
uses Richard Polwhele's poem 'The Unsex'd Females' to introduce students
and scholars alike to some of the British Romantic Period's foremost female