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This guide provides an overview of how to find and cite Chinese, French, German, and Spanish resources, including journal articles, books, eBooks, and web sites.
Best Bets for International Languages
MLA International Bibliography
International literature, language, linguistics, and folklore. Some full text. 1926-
Full text of newspapers and other news sources, as well as business & legal information. Restricted to UP students, faculty and staff.
Full text/full color images of today's newspapers and magazines from around the world. 90-day archive.
More Resources for International Languages
Gale OneFile: Informe Académico
Full text of Hispanic magazines and journals. Database language is adjustable.
Full text of scholarly Spanish-language academic journals.
Full text multidisciplinary archive of core scholarly journals.
Literature criticism (including Children's Literature Review, Contemporary Literary Criticism, Drama Criticism, and Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism) as well as author biographies, reviews, and more.
Full text of journals in the humanities, sciences, and social sciences published by university presses.
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