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An interactive timeline from the British Library exploring the evolution of English language and literature, 1000 AD-present.
|Fiction, Poetry, Drama, Books, Early modern, Renaissance, Romantic, Victorian, Modernism, Postmodernism, Contemporary||view|
Open-access, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal on contemporary re-imaginings of Victorian literature and culture.
|Contemporary, Twentieth-century, Victorian, Criticism||view|
|Reconceiving the British Isles: The Literature of the Archipelago||
Podcast series from University College Dublin. Includes talks on recent poetry and literary studies.
|Irish, Poetry, Contemporary||view|
|The American Novel||
Course materials from MIT on American novels. Includes essay questions, guidance on writing essays, and links to web resources.
|Fiction, Novels, American, Nineteenth-century, Twentieth-century, Contemporary||view|
|The Best Novels You Haven't Read||
Scholars from UC Berkeley and Stanford University discuss the novel as a literary form.
|The Novel, Novels, Contemporary, Analysis||view|
|British Council: Contemporary Writers||
Searchable directory of contemporary authors, including biographies, links, and bibliographies.
|Contemporary, Twentieth-century, Fiction, Poetry, Drama||view|
|Literature and Form||
Podcast series on form in narrative fiction, by Dr Catherine Brown, Oxford University.
|Fiction, Twentieth-century, Comparative literature, Novels, Analysis, Contemporary||view|
|What Is a Classic? English Graduate Conference 2012||
Selected recordings of conference proceedings.
|Fiction, Drama, Analysis, Postcolonial, Contemporary, Victorian, Renaissance||view|
|The Post-Colonial Web||
Resources on contemporary postcolonial and post-imperial literatures in English.
|Postcolonial, Contemporary, Criticism, Literary Theory||view|
|The American Novel Since 1945||
Online course on post-war American novels by Professor Amy Hungerford (Yale University). Includes video lectures.
|Novels, American, Postmodernism, Contemporary, Twentieth-century, Modernism||view|