Fiction, 1800–1829: A Database of Production, Circulation,
and Reception was produced in Cardiff University’s
Centre for Editorial and
Intertextual Research, supported by substantial grants from
the Arts and Humanities Research
Board (AHRB) and Cardiff University.
British Fiction allows users to examine bibliographical records
of 2,272 works of fiction written by approximately 900 authors,
along with a large number of contemporary materials (including anecdotal
records, circulating-library catalogues, newspaper advertisements,
reviews, and subscription lists).
To begin searching the records, please click
here (or use the Search button at any time).
simply browse the records (by author, title, or publisher), please
click here (or use the Browse button).
For a full description of the database, a guide to the contextual
materials, and the history of the project, please
click here (or use the Guide button).
Copyright of British
Fiction 1800–1829 belongs to Professor Peter Garside,
Dr Jacqueline Belanger, and Dr Sharon Ragaz; copyright in the structure
and design of the database belongs to Dr Anthony Mandal, of the
Centre for Editorial and Intertextual Research, Cardiff University.
Access is provided solely for the purposes of research, teaching,
private study, and general interest. Prior written permission is
required for any alteration or redistribution of the database, or
a substantial portion thereof in any form, including electronic;
prior written permission is also required for any commercial exploitation
of the database’s contents. Proper acknowledgement should
be made when citing or quoting materials: for full details about
citing material contained in British Fiction, 1800–1829,
please follow this link.
© 2004 Project
Director: Professor Peter Garside;
Research Associates: Dr Jacqueline
Belanger, Dr Sharon Ragaz;
Dr Anthony Mandal