• The Carlyle Letters Online is the electronic edition of The Collected Letters of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle.

  • The Carlyle Letters Online: A Victorian Cultural Reference

    Official Site: carlyleletters.org
    A fully digitized version of one of the most comprehensive literary archives of the 19th century, The Carlyle Letters Online features thousands of letters written by Scottish author and historian Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881) and his wife, Jane Welsh Carlyle (1801-1866), to over 600 recipients throughout the world.
    Browse over 10,000 of their collected letters by date, by recipient, by subject, and by volume. Explore a correspondence that features some of the most influential artistic, philosophic, and literary personalities of the day. The Carlyle Letters Online is an ongoing project, and new letters will be added periodically. Readers are invited to register to receive e-mail notifications when newly discovered letters are added to the online collection.
  • The Carlyle Letters Online is currently available at no charge to institutions and individuals.
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  • Undertaken in partnership with HighWire Press, a division of Stanford University Libraries, The Carlyle Letters Online is one of the first electronic scholarly editions to be published by a university press. Leveraging HighWire's award-winning online hosting platform and suite of features, the collection offers users an unprecedented level of functionality and personalization.

    Designed as a "collection that knows itself," each letter in the collection is comprehensively indexed and searchable by date, subject, and recipient, encourages discovery and facilitates research. Users may also take advantage of a simple and free registration to employ an array of personalized features, including saved searches; access to a "My Carlyle Folder," in which users can create a personal archive; and options for managing personal alerts to find out when the site is updated.

  • In part because of grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Delmas Foundation, The Carlyle Letters Online is currently available at no charge to institutions and individuals.

  • The Carlyle Letters Online is hosted by HighWire Press at carlyleletters.org.

    Users may take advantage of a simple and free registration to employ an array of personalized features, including saved searches; access to a "My Carlyle Folder," in which users can create a personal archive; and options for managing personal alerts to find out when the site is updated. Libraries do not need to be registered to access The Carlyle Letters Online.

  • In part because of grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Delmas Foundation, The Carlyle Letters Online is currently available at no charge to institutions and individuals. No site license is required at this time.


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