EN423 - Milton

adamevePrimary and Secondary Sources

Milton-L - A major resource for Milton studies, this site from the University of Richmond is affilitated with a scholarly Internet conference on Milton and includes links to e-texts of Milton's works, scholarly articles, book reviews, graphics, and background, including a Milton Discography.

The Milton Reading Room - A collaborative project between a Dartmouth professor and his students, containing most of Milton's poetry, including translations of all his poetry, and some of his prose, and selected criticism from 1987-1998.

Voice of the Shuttle: 17th Century Literature - Use the Find function to search for Milton links. There, you will find links to other electronic versions of Milton's poetry, as well as a text of his Divorce Tracts.

The Luminarium Milton Page - A short biography, e-texts of works by and about Milton, selected quotations

Paradise Lost and Paradise Regained - Searchable electronic texts of Milton's two most important works, with hypertext links organized according to the individual books in each work.

Selected Poetry of John Milton (1608-1674) - Searchable electronic texts of Milton's lyrics, including Lycidas, L'Allegro, and Il Penseroso from the University of Toronto.

Milton Quarterly - The premier journal devoted to the study of Milton. This site includes access to some back issues and papers from Milton Symposia.

E-Texts from the Chadwyck-Healey English Poetry Database

(available only to users on the VMI Network or subscribers to the VIVA system):

Citing Electronic Sources - A collection of links to websites with guidelines for citing material from the World Wide Web, CD-ROMs and other electronic sources.  The emphasis is on MLA format, but there is information for APA, Chicago, and Turabian, as well.