Answered By: Jean Reese Last Updated: May 04, 2017 Views: 9
The MLA International Bibliography is the a very comprehensive index for research works on literatures and languages. It can be accessed from the DATBASES tab on the Library homepage.
The database contains citations for secondary works in:
- World literatures, including Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, and North and South Americas.
- Dramatic arts (film, radio. television, theater)
- Rhetoric and composition
Dates of Coverage
- 1926 to present
- MLA Bibliography itself does not contain the full text of the items it indexes.
- While the bibliography itself does not contain the full text of the items it indexes, it provides a number of ways to link easily from a citation to the full text in another location.
Options for Searching the Bibliography:
- Literary authors and their works (e.g. William Shakespeare; Hamlet)
- Subject terms, including people, characters, places, periods, movements, and subject matter (e.g.,"william shakespeare", "feminism")
- titles of articles, books, and other scholarly works
- language of publication (e.g. "french language")
- date of publication (e.g. 2014, 2005 -2015)
- limit to peer-reviewed journal articles
More Info / Source(s)
- MLA International Bibliography
- English Language & Literature guide
- How to use MLA Bibliography (mla.org)
- Chapman University guide
- Start on pg. 2
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