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Why use this resource? Searchable database of full-length or excerpted criticism of works in all literary genres and biographical information about major writers and filmmakers worldwide 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 and journals; biographical profiles; for each entry, a chronological list of the writer's major works; work overviews (e.g., Jude the Obscure); topic overviews (e.g., american proletarian literature).

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biographies, drama, film studies, literary criticism, literature
Dates of Coverage
 varies (literary criticism/reviews)
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Gale Cengage Learning
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