Linked with Dorothy Dunnett
As befits a Scottish writer, we say goodbye with roses and thistles.
Here are a few more links in case you would like to find out more about Dorothy Dunnett.
Wie proudly announce that:
Most of the links are in English, one even in French. (Sorry, only our site is in German, we're the avant-garde...)
is not longer true:
The Dorothy Dunnett Website at Klett-Cotta is online!
July and october 2006 the vol. 1 and 2 of the new and unabridged German edition of House of Niccolò will be released. Klett-Cotta at Stuttgart is the same publishing company which issued Tolkien's Lord of the Rings in Germany.
Bill Marshall's Dunnett Website is just super! Do not miss it!
Have a look at the
DDRA - Dorothy Dunnett Readers' Association,
which set up by Dorothy Dunnett, and aims to promote interest in her historical novels. This is mainly done by publishing the magazine Whispering Gallery. It contains Dunnett related articles and letters from readers.
Here are some more Websites from Dunnett readers:
Elizabeth Holden at Azurite Bede's World of Wonders:
Lymond and the Dunnett novels
gives a lot of citations, careful introduction and very beautiful graphics
or all you want to know about
THE notorious event of Edinburgh 2000:
Here you get to Groups.yahoo.com, an e-list server for several independent Dunnett lists including Marzipan, Dunnettdom, Lymond, Claes, and GameofKings. You have to register to participate. You can read recent messages, browse among thousands of posts in the archives, or search for past messages containing a particular name or term.
The Random House
commercial website covers the basics of the
The House of Niccolo
and King Hereafter.
It also provides discussion questions designed for reading groups.
WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE?
(or, how German publishers promote Dunnett)
Warning: Prepare for ROTFL!
(Bill, if you ever look at this site, this is especially for you!)
A newspaper article about Dorothy Dunnett
Some extraordinary and wonderful links on Dunnett-related themes:
Les Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry in English
The National Gallery in Washington, D.C., has wonderful Renaissance art collections.
CFGA - This web collection of beautiful paintings
was made by Carol F. Gerten and is worth more than just a glance. Here a good search function leads you to sumptuous and lovingly scanned reproductions.
The Web Gallery of Art
is a virtual museum and searchable database of European painting and sculpture from 12th to mid-19th centuries. Take a lot of time with you if you are going to visit it ...
Le Poulet Gauche takes 16th-century France as its theme. This English site also includes a lot of good Renaissance links for further surfing.
Surely everyone who likes Dunnett also has a weakness for poetry?
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