THE WOMAN IN WHITE.
A Google map showing Walter's Walk in part 1 of the story where he first met the woman in white. You can zoom in and out, follow the path, read the notes, and even use GoogleView to walk along the route today. Place the GoogleView figure on Walter in Avenue Road to see the new no.39.
The anecdote of how Wilkie was inspired to write The Woman in White by a meeting in the night.
Wilkie Collins on how he wrote The Woman in White explained in 1887.
An earlier account of its genesis given by Collins in 1877 to a journalist on The World.
Dickens's White Woman An extract from a piece in Household Words on 1 January 1853 by Charles Dickens which mentions a mad character who dresses all in white.
The first scholarly review of The Woman in White to identify its main source, written by Clive K Hyder and published in 1939.
Engravings by Francis Arthur Fraser from the 1875 Piccadilly edition by Chatto & Windus.
Collins, Count Fosco, and the Concertina This piece, written for the 1999 Wilkie Collins Society Journal by Professor Allan Atlas, examines the 'Englishness' of the concertina and speculates that Collins may have bought one while writing The Woman in White.
Reproducing The Woman in White in original parts. Some detail of the process of converting the printed text into computer readable format and the detailed checking to make it as accurate as possible.