Edwin Arlington Robinson. Joshua Porter's site includes a biographical sketch, a bibliography, and the complete texts of four collections of Robinson's poems.
Edwin Arlington Robinson Collection. This finding aid describes materials at the University of New Hampshire.
Teaching Robinson's poetry from the Heath Anthology Site.
Views on Robinson by James Dickey and others at Cary Nelson's Modern American Poetry site. This site includes excerpts from critical interpretations on "Richard Cory," "The Clerks," "Miniver Cheevy," and "Mr. Flood's Party," among other poems.
Michael Skupkin's site contains an essay on "Robinson's Merlin and its Context" as well as several other pieces.
The I Hear America Singing site includes commentary and images on Robinson.
Selected bibliography and study questions from Paul Reuben's Perspectives in American Literature site.
Stephen Byrd, a student at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke, has created a Robinson chronology and an interpretation of "Richard Cory" at his site.
The Children of the Night (1897) (Gutenberg text) (HTML and TEI at Michigan)
Collected Poems (New York: The MacMillan Company, 1921) (HTML at Bartleby)
The Man Against the Sky: A Book of Poems (1916)(Gutenberg text) (includes "Eros Turannos")
Lancelot (HTML at Bartleby)
Merlin (HTML at Rochester)
The Three Taverns: A Book of Poems (Gutenberg text)
The Town Down the River: A Book of Poems (HTML and TEI at Michigan)
"Monadnock through the Trees" includes a link to a picture of the MacDowell Colony, where Robinson spent his summers from 1911-1934