sites sur Byron

Voilà des adresses de sites sur Byron, certaines avec nos commentaires 

http://petercochran.wordpress.com/

http://englishhistory.net/byron/marilee.html

http://www.bartleby.com/222/index.html#2

This lengthy analysis of the author’s life and work includes sections on « Early years « , « Life at Venice and Ravenna », « Hours of Idleness », « Dramatic works », « The Vision of Judgment » and « Don Juan. » Contains: Extensive Bio, Criticism, Bibliography

http://www.englishhistory.net/byron/critical.html

This site contains contemporary criticism about Byron from many of his peers including Emerson, Shaw, Woolf, and Eliot.

Romantic Anger and Byron’s Curse

http://www.rc.umd.edu/praxis/passions/stauffer/stauf.html


George Gordon, Lord Byron

http://www.incompetech.com/authors/byron/


http://www.findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m2220/is_2_41/ai_56913408

‘Issues discussed concern the portrayal of Cain in Lord George Gordon Byron’s poetry, focusing on the legacies of the fall in the biblical story of Cain. »

http://users.ox.ac.uk/~scat0385/donjuan.html

http.www.online-literature.com/byron/

Crede Byron

A richly informative site with a good range of biographical information (including a discussion of « the Byronic vampire »), some etexts, and links. [L. J. Webb]

Byron: a comprehensive study of his life and works

A rich site, with biographical information, a chronology, some texts (letters and journal entries), images, and more.

George Gordon, Lord Byron

Strong emphasis on Byron’s letters (which provide fascinating glimpses into the mind and life of a most interesting character); also includes the etext of E. H. Coleridge’s 1905 biograpy of Byron as well as extracts from Edward Trelawney’s Recollections of the Last Days of Shelley and Byron, itself a rather titillating read. [Jeffrey D. Hoeper, Arkansas State]

Centre for Byron Studies

At the U of Nottingham (near Newstead Abbey, Byron’s family home), the Centre was once a helpful directory to all web-things Byron, but is now nothing more than a placeholder page. [Matt Green, U of Nottingham]

Byron Chronology

Very nicely detailed. [Romantic Circles]

Biographical note

[SLAINTE]

The Byron Society

Publishers of The Byron Journal (only tables of contents are available online)

Keats-Shelley House, Rome

Includes biographical info of Byron, Keats, the Shelleys and others as well as information on the house itself.

International Byron Society

Another rich Byron site, w/ a timeline, a substantial biography, etexts, and much more.

Biographical note

[Malcolm Kelsall, U Cardiff; Literary Encyclopedia]

Biographical essay

[Wikipedia]

Brief biographical note

[Gothic Labyrinth]

Biographical note

[Thomson-Gale, the research publishing house, offering a sample]

Biographical note

[The Authors Calendar]

Brief biographical note

Discusses Byron in the context of « natural history » in the Romantic period. [Ashton Nichols, Dickinson College]

The Life of Byron

Written by John Galt and published in 1830. [About.com]

Brief biographical note

[Columbia Encyclopedia, Bartleby]

Brief biographical note

With some etexts. [Literature Network]

Brief biographical note

[John W. Cousins, A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature, 1910]

Newstead Abbey

Tourism site devoted to Byron’s famed English estate.

Byron Hyper-Concordance

Part of the The Victorian Literary Studies Archive, this concordance allows you to search etexts by Byron, including Manfred.

Portraits

[National Portrait Gallery, London]

Etexts:

« Darkness »

– at U Toronto

« Fragment of a Novel »

Composed in 1816, this is the notorious prose fragment thought by some to be the basis of John Polidori’s vampire novel.

– at Lit of the Fantastic (13K)
– at Crede Byron (14K)

The Giaour

A vampiric extract from the full poem.

– at LitGothic

« Manfred »

– at LitGothic (73K)
– at International Byron Society. Includes notes.

Selected Poems [U Toronto]; includes excerpts from Childe Harold III and IV.

The above poems, and many more, are available in Lord Byron: The Major Works, in the Oxford World’s Classics series and edited by the pre-eminent Byron scholar of our time, Jerome J. McGann:
Don’t forget Byron’s Fragment of a Novel, an important document in the history of the vampire tale; it’s part of this classic Dover volume edited by E. F. Bleiler.

 

http://www.litgothic.com/Authors/byron.html

http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/21700

http://petercochran.wordpress.com/

http://poetrypages.lemon8.nl/romance/shewalks/shewalks.htm

 

Oeuvres de Byron numérisées

http://www.gutenberg.org/dirs/etext06/8blj210h.htm#section5

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/14841/14841-h/14841-h.htm volume VI  avec journaux

http://infomotions.com/etexts/gutenberg/dirs/etext06/7blj210.htm : lettres et journal volume 2 ( 1812 sq)

http://engphil.astate.edu/gallery/byron10.htm

http://engphil.astate.edu/gallery/byron.html

 

tous les journaux et  lettres de Byron en anglais !

E. H. Coleridge’s Biography of Byron

Byron’s Letters and Journals, Selected and Edited by Jeffrey D. Hoeper
CHAPTER 1: Byron Before Going Abroad — 1798- June 25, 1809
CHAPTER 2: The Heritage of Childe Harold — July 16, 1809 – March 5, 1812
CHAPTER 3: First Fame — March 25, 1812 – Journal of 1813-1814
CHAPTER 4: The Fatal Marriage — Jan. 13, 1814 – Oct. 31, 1815
CHAPTER 5: Separation and Exile — Feb. 2, 1816 – Dec. 19, 1816
CHAPTER 6: A Dissipate in Carnival Season — Dec. 24, 1816 – Jan. 27, 1819
CHAPTER 7: A Regular Cicisbean Existence — April 6, 1819 – Sept. 9, 1820
CHAPTER 8: « The king-times are fast finishing »– Sept. 22, 1820 – Jan. 27, 1822
CHAPTER 9: A Martyr for Liberty — Feb. 7, 1822 – April 9, 1824


THE COMPLETE COLLECTION OF BYRON’S SELECTED LETTERS AND JOURNALS IN ZIP FILE FORMAT