Modernism in literature

Modernism in literature/Early twentieth-century and modernist authors and poets
A comprehensive guide to websites

Directories

British, Irish and Commonwealth writers of the Twentieth Century.

20th Century American Writers 

Literary modernism. Wikipedia

Modernism – Literature Periods & Movements. The Literature Network

The 10 Best Modernist Books (in English). Publishers Weekly

Early modernist/20th Century writers and poets

Baudelaire, Charles *

Charles Baudelaire’s Fleurs du Mal
An early example of modernist literature.

The Flowers of Evil by Charles Baudelaire. English translation.

Conrad, Joseph *

Joseph Conrad
Wikipedia

Joseph Conrad
Biography of Joseph Conrad and a searchable collection of works.

Joseph Conrad Society (UK)

Eliot, T. S. *

T. S. Eliot
Wikipedia

T.S. Eliot, a Biography

T. S. Eliot
Poets.org. Poetry, Poems, Biographies

T.S. Eliot Collection at Bartleby.com

Joyce, James *

James Joyce
Wikipedia

Works in etext by James Joyce
Project Gutenberg

The James Joyce Checklist: A Bibliography of Primary and Secondary Materials

Joyce Studies Annual

James Joyce Centre (Dublin)

Mallarme, Stephane *

Works by Stéphane Mallarmé
Project Gutenberg

Rilke, Rainer Maria *

Rainer Maria Rilke
Wikipedia

Rainer Maria Rilke. All poems of Rainer Maria Rilke.

Works by Rainer Maria Rilke

Works by or about Rainer Maria Rilke

International Rilke Society

The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge

Rimbaud, Arthur *

Arthur Rimbaud website.

Arthur Rimbaud. Wikipedia entry.

Rimbaud Illuminations – from the original Publications de la Vogue, 1886

Website for the 150th anniversary (Charleville-Mézières)

Valéry, Paul *

Paul Valery
A site is devoted to resources and studies on the French poet and thinker Paul Valery.

Paul Valéry. Wikipedia

Paul Valéry. The  Poetry Foundation

Valéry Studies, Newcastle University

Crisis of the Mind

Essay on Paul Valery’s Aesthetics

 


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