Links - Writers

Some unusual web-resources, interesting for their exploitation of the hypertext medium, rather than just being information sites


Samuel Beckett:

Samuel Beckett Resources and Links, with a preface by Harold Pinter



Samuel Beckett site, University of California, Santa Barbara



T.S. Eliot:

The T.S. Eliot hypertext project:

Hypertext version of The Wasteland



James Joyce


IJJF: The International James Joyce Foundation





Amongst the wealth of Shakespeare related resources on the Internet, here is one official site:

The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Stratford-upon- Avon, UK


Some interesting alternatives:

MIT Shakespeare Homepage.

The Complete Works from the Tech. The works are laid out nicely in table format with a conveniently linked search engine.


The Internet Shakespeare Editions.

A unique set of texts have been rendered by Dr. Michael Best as part of the Shakespeare By Individual Studies program. HTML texts for A Midsummer Nights Dream, Henry IV Pt. 1, As You Like It, Hamlet, King Lear, Macbeth, and The Tempest are included at this site. The line numbers have been keyed to the Shakespeare Signet Classic editions.


The University of Pennsylvania Library

An noteworthy presentation of a photographic reproduction of the 1619 quarto of King Lear from the University of Pennsylvania.


Venus and Adonis

William Luddy has produced an HTML edition of what was, in Shakespeare's lifetime, his most popular work, Venus and Adonis.


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