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Best Bet Databases in Dramatic Arts
  • Cambridge Collections Online (CCO) A Best Bet database
    Full-text of over 200 Cambridge Companions in Literature and Classics; and Philosophy, Religion and Culture. Includes over 2,200 essays on these topics. varies.
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  • Oxford Reference Online A Best Bet database
    100 language and subject dictionaries and reference works. Subjects include: biology; classics; computing; dance; earth sciences; economics; mythology; history; law; literature; medicine; opera; performing arts; politics; science, theater; and more.
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  • MLA International Bibliography A Best Bet database
    Scholarly articles in literature and linguistics. Indexes over 6,000 national and international journals, as well as books, essay collections, working papers, proceedings, dissertations, and bibliographies. From the Modern Language Association. 1926-current; selective coverage 1886-.
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  • World Shakespeare Bibliography Online A Best Bet database
    Summarizes books, articles, book reviews, dissertations, theatrical productions, audiovisual materials, electronic media related to Shakespeare. 1962 to present.
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  • Project MUSE A Best Bet database
    Full-text of over 200 journals in classics, education, history, literature, math, philosophy, politics, religion, and visual and performing arts. 1829 ebooks in the social sciences and humanities.
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  • Theatre in Video A Best Bet database
    Video of plays and documentaries. Includes hundreds of leading playwrights, actors and directors.
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    • Theater in Video
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