Contains literary criticism, full text of poetry, drama, and prose fiction from the seventh century to the present, and reference sources (biographies, bibliographies, companions, and encyclopedias & dictionaries). Searches the Annual Bibliography of Language and Literature (ABELL), and links to JSTOR and Project Muse.
Access to full-text biographies, literary & cultural analysis, work & topic overviews, primary sources from literary journals and magazines (short stories, poetry, speeches, plays, and essays), reviews and news, and more. Simultaneously searches Gale's Literature Criticism series, LitFinder, Something About the Author, and most of the Dictionary of Literary Biography.
ProQuest is a general database (covers many disciplines and subject areas). It provides citations to books, book chapters, journal articles, magazine & newspaper articles including historical newspapers, dissertations, and other sources. Date coverage varies by title.
Archive of scholarly journal articles in full-text. Use Advanced Search to narrow by discipline and/or publication title. Does not include recent years for many journals; date coverage varies by title.
Use this database to locate original film reviews published opening night. Indexes magazine & newspaper articles including historical newspapers with film, theater, and television reviews. Date coverage varies by title. Filter by Document type "Review".
Includes the following newspaper archives: Boston Globe (1872 - 1988), Chicago Tribune (1849 - 2011), Christian Science Monitor (1908-2006), Detroit Free Press (1831 - 1999), Los Angeles Times (1881 - 2011), Nashville Tennessean (1812-2002), New York Tribune / Herald -Tribune (1841 - 1962), New York Times (1851 - 2014), Philadelphia Tribune (1912 - 2001), San Francisco Chronicle (1865 - 1922), Wall Street Journal (1889 - 2002), and Washington Post (1877 - 2003).
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