Dark Side of the Net:
Gothic and Vampire Communities and Groups.
Side of the World: Gothic Regional Resources.
Glossary of Literary Gothic Terms.
Gothic Literature Page: The English Gothic Novel from 1764-1820.
Gothic: Materials for Study.
Guide to Supernatural
Topics include news, PG Forum,Gothic Studies, information about the IGA and joining it, conferences, and directory. A search engine.
The Literary Gothic.
This invaluable site offers a comprehensive list of Gothic authors, with summary biographies, links to Web resources on the author, and e-texts; a title index; an annotated list of links to Gothic Websites; and a section on doing research on Gothic literature. The uthor and title lists refer to most authors you will be reading in this course, and if you are considering doing a research paper, this site is a good starting place..
Romantic Chronology: Links Archive.
The chronology of Romanticism (tendencies and movement) extends from the seventeenth century to 1851 and provides background information on historical events and literature. To find information on the Gothic, click on Advanced Search, scroll down to Topics, and enter Gothic or an author's name. The hypertext authors' entries provide a wealth of information. Alternately, just click on Topics and scroll down to Gothic.
Taper: A Bibliography of Gothic Scholarship.
Authors and Novels
Beckfordiana: The William Beckford Website
Topics: Introduction, Editions & facsimiles, Research Architecture & aesthetics, and Beckfordian links.
Bibliography on the
Writings of M.R. James.
A rich source of information and links to other Lovecraft sites.
Yes, Lovecraft's fictional Miskatonic University has a home page
Mary Shelley and Frankenstein.
Features annotated bibliography of online essays on Shelley, links to Websites on Shelly, and a comprehensive bibliography under Sources.
Frankenstein: Penetrating the Secrets of Nature.
This excellent site, put up by the National Library of Medicine, includes The Birth of Frankenstein, The Celluloid Monster, Promise and Peril, Frankenstein: The Modern Prometheus.
The Art and Legends.
(1818)--A Summary of Modern Criticism
Yes, Frankenstein really was
written by Mary Shelley. It's obvious--because the book is so bad
Notes for The Castle of Otranto.
Brief analysis of the novel.
Isabel Art Gallery
Toulouse Lautrec's portrait of Oscar Wilde.
Vampires and Werewolves
Topics: Vampires Quiz, Clothing Stores, Vampire Lestat, Meet Local Vampires, links to vampire ring sites, including personal home pages of individuals interested in vampires or claiming to be vampires.
This site provides a wealth of information, with its link to an e-text of Dracula; Stoker's notes for Dracula; Bram Stoker,Vampires and Dracula; Vlad the Impaler; A Dracula Handbook; Transylvvania Society of Dracula; and a Photo Gallery.
The Book of Were-Wolves.
E-text of Sabine Baring-Gould's 1865 survey of lycanthropy.
Busy graphics. Topics: Vlad the Impaler, Elizabeth Bathory, Famous vampires throughout history, Myth and legends, Gallery (photos), Poetry, Stories, and Awards.
Varney, the Vampyre, or, The Feast of Blood
This is the entire novel, all 220 chapters.
Vlad Tsepesh aka Dracula: The Man, The Myth, The Vampire.
The interest of this site lies in the Dracul family tree.
Werewolf Legends from Germany.
A miscellany of information, folk lore, and stories about werewolves from Germany.