Interesting Web Sites for Unit 2

Dr. Diane Thompson, NVCC, ELI

Romanticism: a thoughtful study guide by Paul Brians Heine as a socialist poet: An outstanding student essay on how Heine has been taught in Eastern European countries as a socialist poet.
Romanticism: from A Guide to the Study of Literature, Brooklyn College, CUNY A Study Guide for Goethe's Faust: by Paul Brians
Academy of American Poets: Poets.Org: Romanticism; includes links to many Romantic poets Dr. Faustus: by Christopher Marlowe; etext in Perseus database
Romantic Circles: searchable archive of texts of the Romantic era The Legend of Faust: includes many interesting and relevant links
Confessions by Jean Jacques Rousseau; etext in English Faust I by Goethe: Translated by Anna Swanwick; etext
Jean-Jacques Rousseau: biography and some critical analysis with hyperlinks to various texts by and about Rousseau Faust Legends: an interesting collection of various Faust materials,  translated and/or edited by D. L. Ashliman
Rousseau Association: texts, images and music related to Rousseau The Sorrows of Werther: by Goethe; this short novel of young love and tragedy was wildly popular in its day.
The Educational Theory of Jean Jacques Rousseau Goethe's Love Affairs
"Rousseau and the Revolt Against Reason": by Mary Ann Glendon in First Things, the Journal of Religion, Culture and Public Life (1999). This requires a subscription, so try to access it through the NOVA LRC. Satan: historical and theological background
The Poetical Works of John Keats: etexts The Alchemical Drama of Goethe’s Faust: an essay by Adam McLean
John Keats: from A Guide to the Study of Literature, Brooklyn College, CUNY Japanese Legends: about supernatural sweethearts
The Percy Bysshe Shelley Resource Page: etexts and bibliography The Devil's Pool: a charming short novel by George Sand about life and love in rural France in the 19th century.
Shelley's Poetry: etexts Wordsworth's poetry: etexts

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