Milton Society of America
Milton Quarterly: A scholarly journal from the Ohio University
English Deparmment devoted to the life and writings of John Milton. Contains
links to online resources and other links of interest as well as information
on subscription rates, manuscript submission and advertising rates.
Review: Milton Review is a home for deep and considered
reviews of books of interest to Milton enthusiasts.
Milton Reading Room: The Milton Reading Room is a great new resource,
with e-texts and a bibliography.
International Milton Symposium: In Beaufort, S.C. June 4-8, 2002.
Plenary Speakers include N. H. Keeble, John Hale, Joseph Wittreich, Victoria
Kahn, David Norbrook, Annabel Patterson and Thomas Corns.
Poet of Duality: Selections from R.A. Shoaf's 1993 edition. Publishing
information is available.
Literature for Women: Part II: 1640 to 1720: The Conduct Literature
series brings back into print rare and hard-to-find writings of the early
modern period which offered guidance to women in all aspects of their
daily lives. The conduct books represented here are primary resource texts
which will be of interest to historians of the early modern period, and
those scholars interested in the development of gender ideologies.
Grimleigh's John Milton Page: This page contains links to a brief
biography as well as etexts and a bibliography.
Milton Page: Another index to Milton on the web, this site has
links to Quotes, a brief biography, Milton's works, essays and more.
Milton's Prose Works (Bryson.Net): A collection of articles about
Milton's prose. An edition of Paradise Lost is also available.
Cottage Trust: Devoted to the "only extant home of John Milton."
John Milton Website: The first Brazilian Milton site.
Professor M. V. Rama Sarma: Memorial web site with links to his critical work and more.
Web Sites of Interest
Voice of the Shuttle's Renaissance
and 17th Century Page
Jack Lynch's Renaissance
Links (University of Pennsylvania)
American University Presses Combined Catalog Project
Modern Literary Studies
International John Bunyon Society