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Link English Timeline

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
Link Neo-Victorian Studies

Open-access, interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal on contemporary re-imaginings of Victorian literature and culture.

Contemporary, Twentieth-century, Victorian, Criticism view
Link 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
Link 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
Link 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
Link British Council: Contemporary Writers

Searchable directory of contemporary authors, including biographies, links, and bibliographies.

Contemporary, Twentieth-century, Fiction, Poetry, Drama view
Link 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
Link What Is a Classic? English Graduate Conference 2012

Selected recordings of conference proceedings.

Fiction, Drama, Analysis, Postcolonial, Contemporary, Victorian, Renaissance view
Link The Post-Colonial Web

Resources on contemporary postcolonial and post-imperial literatures in English.

Postcolonial, Contemporary, Criticism, Literary Theory view
Link 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
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