Some other links

 

http://www.lewiscarroll.org/carroll.html The Lewis Carroll home page. Among many other Lewis Carroll sites, one run by Joel Birenbaum (at http://www-sal.cs.uiuc.edu/ jbirenba/tcase.html) is gearing up for the centenary of Carroll's death next year. The site is currently looking for copies of Lewis Carroll obituaries, collecting unpublished Lewis Carroll poems, and attempting to create a bibliography of all editions of Alice and Looking-Glass in all languages. http://www.dynanet.com/

dickens/cdlmain.html This site boasts a "Charles Dickens Live!" option, recreating his stage readings, with live chat where teachers and students can fire questions off at the author. http://www.gec.com/marconi/index.thm

GEC marks this year's centenary of its origins as Marconi's wireless telegraphy company. http://www.cwhistory.com/index.html Cable & Wireless's superb site about the history of the transatlantic cable, aimed at second-level students and their teachers. http://english-www.hss.cmu.edu/marx/ Marx and Engels's writings, complete with search engine. http://www.ex.ac.uk/BABBAGE/welcome.html The University of Exeter's Babbage pages. http://www.ucs.mun.ca/

emiller/ Dracula's home page. http://www.georgetown.edu/irvinemj/english016/franken/ franken.html Resources for the study of Frankenstein.