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Globalization - Interdisciplinary Social Sciences

This guide will provide access to materials on interdisciplinary issues of globalization. Also look here for links to course web pages for Global Cities and Migration.

All About London

General London Links
Links to site with governance of London and its boroughs.

London  Official London Guide
Links to Places to Go, What's On, London Areas, Maps & Guides and a blog.

Photographs of London/Dickens/Woolf

Photograph London
A collection of over 2000 photos of modern London.

Museum of London Prints
View collections such as Dicken's Victorian London, Dickens, Maps and Panoramas and more.

The Telegraf - Dickens's London: In Pictures
Online collection of photographs published in recognition of Dickens's 200th birthday.

Links for Woolf's "Mrs. Dalloway"(Clemson University, Sparks)

Just for Fun

Dickens Game  (Flash required)
Play to Dicken's game as you tour his London.

London in Literature

Library Research Databases

Literature Criticism Online
Huge compilation of literary criticism. 

Literature Resource Online
Includes biographies, bibliographies & critical analysis of authors from every age and literary discipline.

Charles Dickens Websites

Oliver Twist
Fulltext of the book from Project Gutenberg. 

Oliver's London (PBS, Masterpiece Theater)
Includes an amazing interactive map of the places Oliver went in London. 

David Perdue's Charles Dickens Page
A comprehensive page providing wide range of information on Dickens, his works and Victorian London.

Virginia Woolf Websites

Mrs. Dalloway
Fulltext of book from Gutenberg Australia 

Virginia Woolf's "Mrs. Dalloway" (British Library Online Exhibit)
A brief biography and summary of the character Mrs. Dalloway. 

A Mrs. Dalloway Walk in London
A descriptive walk from Dean's Yard, Westminster to Regents Park. 

Walks in London  (New York Society Library)
Several descriptive walks in London.

Links to Websites on Virginia Woolf (Clemson University, Sparks)
Extensive list of links for materials about Virginia Woolf information about "Mrs. Dalloway."


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