Romantics Unbound is a Romanticism studies online learning and research site, connecting scholars, teachers, and students to a wealth of Romanticism material available on the Internet. To get started, simply click the navigation buttons above or follow the navigation text at the bottom of each page.
Purchase Materials Online:
An exciting, new feature is now available. Visitors can purchase books, music, and art/posters online. There are hundreds of materials posted on the various pages of this site. Simply follow the links to purchase these materials.
Link Updates in Progress:
Many sites featured on this site have moved or no longer exist. All of the links are currently being reviewed and updated. Thank you for your patience.
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This site is designed to be in a state of continual process. I hope that it will grow as teachers, scholars, and students use it. I have posted a number of quality sites, but I know I have not archived all the instructional sites devoted to the study of Romanticism. If you know of a good site that is not listed here, please e-mail me at email@example.com and give me the name of the site, the URL address, a brief annotation, and where I should post it. Also, if you find that one of my links no longer works, please inform me. I will try very hard to update this site.
This site has a bit of history to it. If you are interested, please read the background information page. Here, I would like to acknowledge the New York Institute of Technology who offered me an institutional rant during the 1997-98 academic year that provided time and materials to conduct the initial Web research and to construct this site.
A special thanks goes to David Bobker, one of my English majors and NYIT alumnus, who in April 2001 reviewed and updated all the links in this site. David made significant changes and updates to this site, and I am most grateful. However, the task of site maintenance continues, and I extend my thanks to the other students since then who have updated this site, and I thank the many others who will make various contributions in the future.