Useful Links

Useful Links

BBC Radio 3 Sunday Feature: “The Other Dickens” (45-minute audio documentary).

Books available online

Wikisource has the text of the 1885–1900 Dictionary of National Biography’s article about Reynolds, George William MacArthur.

Reynolds’s Newspaper and Reynolds’s Miscellany are available via the British Library.

Reynolds’s political Instructor is held at Senate House Library, University of London.

The complete set of the two series in four volumes of “The Mysteries of London” in epub format is available at mobileread.com

Mysteries of the Court of London (Dicks edition in 8 volumes; 4 series, 2 volumes each) online at books.google.com:

The Mysteries of the Court of London (privately printed edition of the “Mysteries” in 20 volumes (by a so-called “Oxford Society”) was entitled “The Works of George W. M. Reynolds,” online at http://www.archive.org (only 7 volumes of this edition):

The complete set of the four series in eight volumes of “The Mysteries of the Court of London” in epub format is available at mobileread.com

Print-on-demand editions of a number of Reynolds’s novels are available through Gyan Books.

British Library

British Association for Victorian Studies

Herne Bay Museum

Journal of Victorian Culture Online

Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship (NINES)

Nineteenth Century Studies Association
Nineteenth-Century Contexts

Price One Penny: Cheap Literature 1837-1860

Popular Literature and Culture Research Group, University of Roehampton, London

Reading Experience Database 1450-1945 (RED)

Research Society for Victorian Periodicals

Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net (RaVoN)

University of South Carolina Archives

Westminster Archives Centre

Victorian Database Online:
Victorian Literary Resources

Victoria Research Web

Victorian Popular Fiction Association
Victorian Web