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“This generous search capability provides for a marvelous approach to literature. There is a tremendous amount of flexibility…”
— Library Journal
Dictionary of Literary Biography and Literature and Its Times illuminate the historical and social contexts of literary works and movements.What’s in Literature Resource Center?
*c. 30K contemporary poems, short stories, plays
* > 130,000 authors
* > 145,000 biographies
* > 20,000 non-US authors
*c. 7,000 interviews
Literature Criticism & Reviews
*25-30 % of LitCrit series content
*c. 400 full text periodical titles
*> 11,000 Work, Topic, & Character overviews
*> 3,000 author portraits
* National Public Radio transcripts, links to audio
The maximum of search field which can be added is 10.
Pride and Prejudice
The system can analyze the related topics, keywords… which are based on the search items.
Including Jane Austen’s pseudonym, alias, nationality, gender, year of birth/death.
The full text of biographies
“Reviews & News” presents information regarding literature and publishing, such as the reviews related to works and drama/ performance.
Including poems, the content of stories, and other documents, for example, interviews, mails and diaries.
Online broadcasting covers explanations.
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Highlighting the keywords in red- “William Shakespeare”; “Romeo and Juliet”.
Step 1. Ticking the items you need.
Step 2. Choosing the “Marked
items” to check out the list.
Step 3. Clicking the “Bookmark” then copying the URL to make the bibliography/reference list.