From the Modern Language Association. Bibliography of journal articles, books, websites, and dissertations. Coverage includes literature from all over the world, folklore, linguistics and language materials, literary theory and criticism, dramatic arts, and history of printing and publishing.
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Scholarly articles, mostly in the sciences, though some social sciences. Citations from 1980. Some full text starting in 1993, more full text from 1997.
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