The MLA International Bibliography provides searchable access to more than 2 million bibliographic citations to journal articles, books, dissertations, and scholarly websites. It indexes materials from 1921 to the present in disciplines such as language, literature, folklore, linguistics, literary theory and criticism, and the dramatic arts.

Literature Resource Center is the most current, comprehensive, and reliable online literature resource. Its materials support interdisciplinary approaches, information literacy, and the development of critical thinking skills.

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MLA (Modern Language Association) International Bibliography

The MLA International Bibliography provides searchable access to more than 2 million bibliographic citations to journal articles, books, dissertations, and scholarly websites. It indexes materials from 1921 to the present in disciplines such as language, literature, folklore, linguistics, literary theory and criticism, and the dramatic arts.

Coverage includes literature from all over the world, Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, and North and South America. Gale's International Bibliography incorporates both the MLA Thesaurus (Subject Guide) and the Modern Language Association's Directory of Periodicals, which offers detailed information on more than 6,500 journals, with 4,400 currently indexed in the Bibliography. Entries include editorial contact information as well as frequency, circulation, subscription prices and submission guidelines.

The MLA Bibliography is distributed as an electronic database; the electronic format contains all current entries as well as those published in the print volumes from 1926 to 2008. It is searchable by classification headings, document authors, subject-index terms, language of the book or article, journal name, and other elements.

· The MLA International Bibliography includes direct URLs to full text articles in MUSE and JSTOR. (Full text is available only to MUSE and JSTOR subscribers.)

· Subscribers to the MLA International Bibliography through Gale who also subscribe to Literature Resource can activate direct links from citations to full text in those databases.

Access Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary and Encyclopaedia of Literature at no extra cost.

Literature Resource Center

Literature Resource Center is the most current, comprehensive, and reliable online literature resource. Its materials support interdisciplinary approaches, information literacy, and the development of critical thinking skills. Literature Resource Center supports classroom work and research in the fields of English, world literature, film, theatre, and humanities.

The coverage of the database:

· Criticism and Reviews

o More than 75,000 signed critical essays from acclaimed Gale Literature series like Contemporary Literary Criticism, Shakespearean Criticism, Short Story Criticism and other titles.

§ New content is added as new volumes of our literature series are published.

§ Materials are editorially selected to ensure a balanced and representative view of critical responses.

§ Includes book chapters, diaries, lectures, and other sources not otherwise available online.

o More than 1,000,000 articles from more than 450 full-text academic journals and literary reviews.

o Thousands of book, theatre, and film reviews.

o New content added daily.

o Nearly 100 new full text titles added in 2010.

· Biographical Information

o More than 145,000 author biographies from award-winning titles like Contemporary Authors, Dictionary of Literary Biography and Contemporary Literary Criticism – biographical and bibliographic coverage of over 130,000 writers, world-wide and across time.

o More than 10,000 interviews with contemporary writers.

o More than 3,000 pictures of major authors.

· Historical, Social and Cultural Context

o Materials from sources like the Dictionary of Literary Biography and Literature and Its Times illuminate the historical and social contexts of literary works and movements.

o Thousands of work overviews, topic overviews and explications help readers understand the “story behind the story” of literary works and movements.

· And more…

o More than 11,200 editorially selected links to authoritative literary Web sites.

o More than 30,000 full-text contemporary poems, short stories, and plays.

o Merriam – Webster’s Encyclopaedia of Literature and Collegiate Dictionary.

Literature Resource Center’s „simple but rich” user experience is designed to support the diverse needs and search habits of users.

· Easy and accurate results from the Home Page whether searching on author names, titles or topics.

· Multiple options to refine searches and browse indexes.

· „Tabbed” results reflect the way Literature is studied.

· Encourages further exploration via related subjects links, searches within the source publication, and links to other articles by the same person.

· Tools like Print, Email, Download, Citation Tools and Bookmark are easily accessible.

Updated Tools for Working with Documents

o Citation tool generates citations in MLA or APA format and supports bibliographic software like EndNote™, ProCite™, RefWorks™ és Reference Manager™.

o On-the-fly translations in Spanish, French, German, Arabic, Polish, Portuguese, Italian, Russian, Chinese, Japanese, or Korean.

o Bookmark feature provides a concise persistent URL to copy or email, ready for use in a document or on a Library Web page.

Continuously Updated

· Gale’s Literature Publishing team ensures that major literary news is reflected in authors’ biographical coverage within 48 hours.

· Contemporary Authors entries and revised entries routinely appear in Literature Resource Center 1 to 3 weeks before they appear in print.

· „Fast-track” entries on emerging authors appear in Literature Resource Center months before their print publication date.

· Full-text periodical articles are added daily, as soon as the publisher makes them available – and Gale offers the fewest and shortest periodical content embargoes of any major literature database.

· Content from the Dictionary of Literary Biography, the 10 Literature Criticism Series and For Students titles is added several times a month as new print volumes are published.

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