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Picturing a Canadian Life: L.M. Montgomery's Personal Scrapbooks and Book Covers     View
"This exhibition invites you to explore L.M. Montgomery's life (1874-1942) and visual imagination through a sample of her personal scrapbook pages and book covers, found in five Canadian archival and museum collections." Features covers of ...
http://lmm.confederationcentre.com

The Charles Dickens Museum Virtual Tour     View
A photographic tour of the 48 Doughty Street, London, home occupied by Charles Dickens from 1837 until 1839 and where he published and completed some of his most famous works including "The Pickwick Papers," "Oliver Twist," and ...
http://dickensmuseum.com/vtour/

Mortimer, Sir John (1923-2009)     View
Background about Sir John Mortimer, who "[f]or six decades ... has been one of Britain's most prolific and varied writers, producing dozens of novels, short stories, stage plays and scripts. ... [And who for] almost forty years ... was ... one o ...
http://www.screenonline.org.uk/people/id/478812/

David Perdue's Charles Dickens Page     View
"Dedicated to bringing the genius of Dickens to a new generation of readers," this site includes a description of many Dickens' characters; an interactive map of London (click on a location to learn its importance in Dickens' works); and li ...
http://www.fidnet.com/~dap1955/dickens/

Greeneland: the World of Graham Greene     View
This site includes the author's biography; bibliography; criticisms; comments on various works including The Third Man , Our Man in Havana , Travels with My Aunt , and The End of The Affair ; notes on the process by which he wrote; and a quiz.
http://members.tripod.com/~greeneland/

Aldous Huxley     View
A collection of briefly annotated links representing "the hypnotic, intellectual, satirical, spiritual, and philosophical world of Aldous Huxley." Features information about the author, his thoughts, and his books, particularly "Brave ...
http://somaweb.org/

Pegasos     View
Contains profiles of hundreds of authors through the ages, browsable by last name or date of birth. Includes separate list of Nordic writers. Note: the material is translated from Finnish to English, and sometimes suffers from the process. From the K ...
http://www.kirjasto.sci.fi/

The Thomas Hardy Association     View
This website about Thomas Hardy features a chronology, information about editions of his works, maps of the fictional Wessex where his stories take place, and links to related sites (such as one for his home in Dorset). From an organization founded t ...
http://www.yale.edu/hardysoc/

James Joyce From Dublin to Ithaca     View
Companion website to a 2005 exhibit on Irish writer James Joyce. Covers his life, works (such as "Ulysses" and "Dubliners"), and correspondence. Include selected photos and images of letters, book covers, and other printed materi ...
http://rmc.library.cornell.edu/joyce/introduction/

Our Mutual Friend: The Scholarly Pages     View
Website devoted to "Our Mutual Friend" (1864-1865), the last novel completed by Charles Dickens. Contains scholarly articles and bibliographies, and images of the novel's original woodcut illustrations. Also features biographical accounts o ...
http://dickens.ucsc.edu/OMF/

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