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Why use this resource? Important database for locating articles and more on all aspects of: literature worldwide; linguistics; folklore; dramatic arts (film, radio, television, theatre); teaching approaches/methods for literature, rhetoric, and composition.

What's in this resource? Citations to journal and magazine articles, books, book articles/chapters, dissertations, and vetted scholarly websites. Includes almost 60 journals from JSTOR's Language & Literature collection as well as links to full-text articles.

Subject(s)

drama, film studies, folklore, language, linguistics, literary criticism, literature, television, theatre
Dates of Coverage
1920s-present
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