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Below you will find links to research resources available online. These are links to sources that I have already identified as reliable, so you should feel free to use them in your papers to provide background information or support your arguments.

 

The OWL MLA Style Guide

 

Perdue OWL MLA Formatting and Style Guide

 

General Research Resources

 

Google Scholar

 

JStor (password required)

 

Mugar Memorial Library

 

Oxford English Dictionary (password required)

 

Resources Available Through Mugar (password required)

 

The Ashgate Encyclopedia of Literary and Cinematic Monsters by Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock (Ashgate)

 

The Generations of Edward Hyde: The Animal Within, From Plato to Darwin to Robert Louis Stevenson by Jay Bland (Lang)

 

Monsters and the Monstrous: Myths and Metaphors of Enduring Evil by Niall Scott (Rodopi)

 

Monsters: Evil Beings, Mythical Beasts, and All Manner of Imaginary Terrors by David D. Gilmore (U of Pennsylvania P)

 

On Monsters: An Unnatural History of Our Worse Fears by Stephen T. Asma (Oxford University Press)

 

Pandemonium and Parade: Japanese Monsters and the Culture of Yokai by Michael Dylan Foster (University of California Press)

 

A Primer of Freudian Psychology by Calvin S. Hall (New American Library)

 

The Universal Vamipire: Origins and Evolution of a Legend by Barbara Brodman (Fairleigh Dickinson UP)

 

The Vampire: A New History by Nick Groom (Palgrave)

 

You can also look at the Course Reserves for our course.

 

Resources Available on the Internet

 

Aestheticism and Decadence by Carolyn Burdett (British Library)

 

The Beast Within (on Jekyll and Hyde) by James Campbell (The Guardian)

 

A Brief History of Monsters by Theodora Goss (Weird Fiction Review)

 

Crime and the Victorians by Clive Emsley (BBC)

 

Darwin and the Theory of Evolution by Carolyn Burdett (British Library)

 

Daughters of Decadence: The New Woman in the Victorian Fin-de-Siècle by Greg Buzwell (British Library)

 

The Double Life of Robert Louis Stevenson by Margot Livesey (The Atlantic)

 

Dracula: Vampires, Perversity and Victorian Anxieties by Greg Buzwell (British Library)

 

Freud's Division of the Mind by David B. Stevenson (Victorian Web)

 

Gender Ideology and Separate Spheres in the Nineteenth Century (V&A)

 

Gender Roles in the Nineteenth Century by Kathryn Hughes (British Museum)

 

Gothic Fiction in the Victorian Fin de Siècle: Mutating Bodies and Disturbed Minds by Greg Buzwell (British Library)

 

H.G. Wells's Politics by Matthew Taunton (British Library)

 

Health and Medicine in the Nineteenth Century (V&A)

 

Introduction to Gender and Sexuality in Victorian England (V&A)

 

An Introduction to The Island of Dr. Moreau: Science, Sensation and Degeneration by Roger Luckhurst (British Library)

 

The Invention of the Modern Monster by Theodora Goss (Literary Hub)

 

Jekyll and Hyde: The Psychology of Dissociation by Nancy K. Gish (International Journal of Scottish Literature)

 

Lombroso's Theory of Crime (click on link to access) by Charles A. Ellwood (Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology)

 

London as a "Modern Babylon" by Bruce Robinson (BBC)

 

‘Man is not truly one, but truly two’: duality in Robert Louis Stevenson’s Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde - See more at: http://www.bl.uk/romantics-and-victorians/articles/duality-in-robert-louis-stevensons-strange-case-of-dr-jekyll-and-mr-hyde#sthash.lW3IihVq.dpuf

"Man is not truly one but truly two": Duality in Robert Louis Stevenson's Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Greg Buzwell (British Library)

 

"Multiplex Personality" from the Nineteenth Century (British Library)

 

Murder as Entertainment by Judith  Flanders (British Library)

 

Newman's Definition of the Gentleman by George P. Landow (Victorian Web)

 

Post Darwin: Social Darwinism, Degeneration, Eugenics by Carolyn Burdett (British Library)

 

Racial and Class Prejudices in the Victorian Era by Anthony S. Wohl (Victorian Web)

 

Racism and Anti-Irish Prejudice in Victorian England by Anthony S. Wohl (Victorian Web)

 

Representations of Drugs in 19th-Century Literature by Sharon Ruston (British Library)

 

The Rise of the Victorian Middle Class by Donna Loftus (BBC)

 

Sex, Drugs and Music Hall by Matthew Sweet (British Museum)

 

Sex and Sexuality in the Nineteenth Century (V&A)

 

Sherlock Holmes' London by Joshua Hammer (Smithsonian)

 

Sherlock Holmes, the World's Most Famous Literary Detective by John Sutherland (British Library)

 

Technological Change in the Victorian Era by Bruce Robinson (BBC)

 

Victorian Britain, 1837-1902 by Eric Evans (British Museum)

 

Victorian Drug Use by Dr. Andrzej Diniejko (Victorian  Web)

 

The Victorian Gentleman by David Cody (Victorian Web)

 

Victorian Technology by Paul Attebury (BBC)

 

Women at the Fin-de-Siècle: The Creation of the Femme Fatale by Tania Albin (Victorian Web)

 

Women's Work in the Victorian Era by Pat Hudson (BBC)

 

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