A Criticism of Snow’s and Donner’s Interpretation and Appreciation of Beddoes. A 1940 doctoral dissertation by E.F. Kingston.

“Death’s Jest-Book” and Its Author. Article from The Gentleman’s Magazine (1907).

The Ghosts’ Moonshine at LibriVox. Recordings of “The Ghosts’ Moonshine,” one of TLB’s most chilling poems.

Journal of John Waldie. Observations of the theatre, including gothic melodrama, from 1799 to 1830. Does not specifically mention TLB, but useful for background.

The LiederNet Archive: Thomas Lovell Beddoes. Provides texts and lists art songs/lieder, choral pieces and other vocal works.

The Phantom-Wooer at LibriVox. Recordings of “The Phantom-Wooer,” one of TLB’s most famous poems. Thomas Lovell Beddoes Poems. Poetry collection.

Poets’ Corner: Thomas Lovell Beddoes. Poetry collection.

Psycho-Geography of Thomas Lovell Beddoes’ London. Article by Ian Thomson.

Representing Some Late Romantic-Era, Non-Canonical Male Poets: Thomas Hood, Winthrop Mackworth Praed, Thomas Lovell Beddoes. Article by Susan J. Wolfson.

Romantic-Era Songs: Death’s Jest-Book. Musical score composed by Brian Holmes.

Selected Poetry of Thomas Lovell Beddoes (1803-1849) (University of Toronto). Poetry collection.

Sonnet Central: Thomas Lovell Beddoes (1803-1849). Sonnet collection.

Thomas Lovell Beddoes. Chapter from Life and Literature by Lafcadio Hearn (1917).

Thomas Lovell Beddoes. Chapter from Under the Evening Lamp by Richard Henry Stoddard (1892).

Thomas Lovell Beddoes and the Death-Fetish for Dying Brides. Article by Diane Hoeveler.