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British Fiction, 1800–1829: A Database of Production, Circulation & Reception
Links to Related Websites

This page provides links to related websites, that may be of interest to users of British Fiction, 1800–1829.

Links to Websites Referred to in the Database
 x British Book Trade Index, The University of Birmingham
 x British Library Public Catalogue
 x Catalogue collectif de France
 x Millgate Union Catalogue of Walter Scott Correspondence
 x OCLC FirstSearch Catalogue
 x The Oxford English Dictionary
 x Scottish Book Trade Index

Links to Websites based in Cardiff University
 x Cardiff Corvey: Reading the Romantic Text is a peer-reviewed online journal devoted to the study of Romantic-era literature, with a particular focus on bibliographical and textual issues.
 x The Centre for Editorial & Intertextual Research is based in Cardiff University, and forms the focal point for a variety of research projects, including British Fiction, 1800–1829.
 x The English Novel, 1830–1836, a partner project to British Fiction, 1800–1829, produced in association with Paderborn University, expands the bibliographical record to the reign of William IV, and is accessible online via the Cardiff Corvey website.

Links to Related Websites of Interest
 x Movable Type Ltd, run by Chris Veness, was responsible for much of the dynamic programming in the development of British Fiction, 1800–1829. Their website provides fuller details of the company’s portfolio.
 x Sheffield Hallam University’s Corvey Women Writers on the Web (CW3) database offers users the opportunity to examine bibliographical, contextual, and critical materials relating to women authors of the Romantic period.

 © 2004 Project Director: Professor Peter Garside;
 Research Associates: Dr Jacqueline Belanger, Dr Sharon Ragaz;
 Database/Website Developer: Dr Anthony Mandal
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