||All aspects of the Irish literary tradition are represented within this resource, which provides links to material dealing with the Gaelic language, Irish mythology, and folklore. The lives and works of famous Irish writers and poets are also included, featuring authors such as Oscar Wilde, W.B. Yeats, and James Joyce.|| |
|Directory of Irish arts, culture, and environment resources. Topics covered include Irish literature, music, architecture, history, folk culture, archaeology, the Irish language, and genealogy. Brief descriptions of each resource are provided.|| |
|A collection of literary works by the Irish writer Oscar Wilde (1854|
1900), including The Picture of Dorian Gray, The Ballad of Reading Gaol, and shorts stories and poems.
|Digitized version of the exhibition commemorating the 100th anniversary of the trials of Oscar Wilde. Encompasses a tour of the literary influences on Wilde's life and work, and includes images of original material such as first editions and autographs.|| |
|Extensive guide to resources covering the life and work of C.S. Lewis. Information includes specific Web pages dedicated to The Chronicles of Narnia, as well as a variety of critical and theoretical writings exploring Lewis's religious beliefs and influences inherent in his work. Additional material comprises private documents and resources on similar fantasy and mythic writers such as J.R.R. Tolkien and George MacDonald.|| |
|Extensive classified links to literature resources worldwide.|| |
|Collection of poetry by British and Irish women written between 1789, the onset of the French Revolution, and 1832, the passage of the Reform Act, a period traditionally known in English literary history as the Romantic period. Features a browsable list of authors.|| |
|Full text of novels by Irish writer James Joyce (1882|
1941), including A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, Dubliners and Ulysses.
|Full text of poetic works with hypertext cross|
referencing and annotations. Includes works by Lewis Carroll, A E Housman, Dante Gabriel Rossetti, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Thomas Hardy and Oscar Wilde.
|Full text of Oscar Wilde's verse, with an index of first lines.|| |
|News and information about the Irish literary scene past and present, with an emphasis on discussion and participation by users. Includes links to some electronic texts.|| |
|Collection of resources for enthusiasts and scholars interested in the work of James Joyce.|| |
|Collection of links to resources relating to Irish historical, literary, and cultural studies. Categories include archaeology, Celtic studies, Irish Diaspora, nationalism, unionism, and loyalist agendas.|| |