- Academic Search Premier
- Arts & Humanities Citation Index
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- Cambridge Collections Online (CCO)
- MLA International Bibliography
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-.
- Oxford Reference Online
- Project MUSE
- ProQuest Dissertations & Theses
Indexes every doctoral dissertation completed in the U.S. at accredited institutions. Includes some master's theses and foreign language dissertations. Holdings start in 1861 and go to the present day. Full-text coverage is best starting in 1997, but full text of older dissertations can also be found.Also Known As
- Dissertation Abstracts
- Reader's Guide Retrospective
- Theatre in Video
- Twentieth Century North American Drama
Features 1,530 plays by 223 playwrights. Coverage is from the late 1800s to the present, including contemporary key figures, preeminent playwrights of the past century, and Pulitzer prize winners from every decade of the century.Also Known As
- 20th Century North American Drama
- World Shakespeare Bibliography Online
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