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Why use this resource? Full-length or excerpted criticism of works by, and biographical information about significant literary figures and nonfiction writers worldwide, including novelists, poets, playwrights, short story writers, filmmakers, and literary theorists, who died between 1900-1999. Presents a range of modern and historical views on writers and their works.

What's in this resource? Full-text English-language literary criticism from books, magazines, literary reviews, newspapers and scholarly journals; biographical profiles; for each entry, a chronological list of the writer's major works and a list of further reading; work overviews (e.g., Jude the Obscure); topic overviews (e.g., vampire in  literature and film).


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