Links to sites on James Branch Cabell (1879-1958)
James Branch Cabell (1879-1958)
Below you will find a growing list of Internet resources for researchers and others interested in James Branch Cabell. If you have suggestions for sites to add, please email Special Collections and Archives.
Electronic Full Text Versions of Cabell's worksThe Certain Hour -- The University of Michigan Fantasy and Science Fiction Home Page has a directory of electronic full text versions of various books relating to fantasy and science fiction, including Cabell's The Certain Hour (1916).Online book reviews or discussions of Cabell's work
UVA's Electronic Text Center -- A second and more easily read electronic text version of Cabell's The Certain Hour (1916).
The Cream of the Jest -- Leads to the home page of a Cabell admirerer who has the text of Cabell's The Cream of the Jest (1917) online.
Notes on Jurgen -- Electronic edition, created by David Rolfe, Mike Keith and Bernard Leak, of Notes on Jurgen by James P. Cover, published in New York by Robert M. McBride & Company, 1928.
Jurgen -- This site features the text of Cabell's Jurgen. It is based on the London 1921 Bodley Head Limited edition and includes black and white images and other decorations used in the original edition. This site is maintained by the American Studies Program at the University of Virginia.
Book review of Figures of Earth -- Cabell's Figures of Earth (1921) is reviewed by online book reviewer Danny Yee.Web sites on Illustrators of Cabell books
Great Science-Fiction and Fantasy Works: James Branch Cabell -- A discussion of Cabell and his place within the science fiction and fantasy genres.Frank Cheyne Papé -- An informative site on Papé, one of the most creative illustrators of Cabell's works. The site was created by the Bud Plant Illustrated Books company.
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