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Subject Guide: French Literature and Language   Tags: francophone, french, french_literature, history, literature, modern_languages  

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  • MLA International Bibliography
    Subjects: Literature, folklore, language, and linguistics.
    Contains: Citations to books, journal articles, essay collections, and theses. Non-English language materials included.
    Coverage: 1923 to present.
  • Humanities (Abstracts &) Full Text (1984- )
    Subjects: All fields of the Humanities.
    Contains: Citations and abstracts to journal articles. Some Non-English language materials included. Some full text articles available from 1994-.
    Coverage Dates: 1984-present.
  • Arts & Humanities Citation Index
    Subjects: Arts and humanities.
    Contains: Citations and abstracts to journal articles. Citation mapping. Some non-English language material included.
    Coverage: 1975-present
  • Literature Resource Center
    Subject: Literature
    Contains: Criticism, biographies, bibliographies, work overviews and explications, Web sites, periodical articles, compare and contrast pages, full-text author's works.
  • Baudelaire Database
    Subjects Indexed: Bibliographic citations relating to the 19th century French poet and critc Charles Baudelaire.
    Contains: Book excerpts, reviews, journal articles, and various ephemera.
  • Film Literature Index
    Subjects: Film Studies
    Contains: Citations to articles on film and television.
    Coverage: 1976-2001
  • ARTFL Project
    A broad collection of approximately 2000 French literary, religious, philosophical, political and scientific works, mostly from the 16th through 20th centuries that was created for the compilation of the historical dictionary Le trésor de la langue française.
  • PostColonialist
    The Postcolonialist is an inter-disciplinary, multi-lingual publication on postcolonial studies where scholars, journalists, writers, and artists from around the world can collaborate and engage in dialogue.

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