This guide features the most useful resources for researching the literature and culture of non-English speaking countries, particularly those in Europe and Latin America. For research on linguistics, literature in English, or ancient Greece or Rome, see our other Language and Literature guides.
Less user friendly than MLA, but it can be a good database for finding overviews of major authors, as well as book reviews and critical essays that are hard to find anywhere else.
This is an amalgam of ten databases in which you will find literary reviews and essays written from centuries ago. Complete from Vol. 1 to present.
*Contemporary Literary Criticism - authors currently active or who died after Dec. 31, 1999.
*Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism - authors of 1900-1999
*Nineteenth-Century Literature Criticism - major authors of 1800-1899
*Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism - major classical and medieval authors
BrowZine is a service that interacts with a library’s existing e-journal resources allowing users to browse journals in a normalized setting and create a personalized reading room of journals to follow. Originally developed for mobile devices, it is now being expanded to a web interface for laptop and desktop use. A BrowZine account is required to sync between the app and BrowZine Web.