9 edition of A guide to serial bibliographies for modern literatures found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 289-300) and index.
|Statement||Wiliam A. Wortman.|
|LC Classifications||Z6519 .W67 1995, PN695 .W67 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 333 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||333|
|ISBN 10||0873529650, 0873529669|
|LC Control Number||95033134|
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The purpose of a current bibliography is to report recent literature as soon as it is published. Retrospective Bibliography. It provides a lists of documents or parts of documents (articles) published in previous years, as distinct from a current bibliography. Serial Bibliography. It is published over a period of known and pre-defined time slots. Ashworth, Tradition of Medieval Logic and Speculative Grammar from Anselm to the End of the Seventeenth Century, a Bibliography, Main, Z L7 A A bibliography of secondary works (books, articles, lengthy book reviews, a few dissertations) and of modern editions of texts concerned with formal logic from the medieval period.
The Guide to Modern World Literature is a reference book by Martin Seymour-Smith that aims to describe every important 20th-century author (as of ), in all languages, in an encyclopedic presentation. It was first published in with a completely revised and updated version in called The New Guide to Modern World Literature at 1, pages. Guide to Resources in Italian Literature and History. Currently received bibliography journals and indexing databases continuously add new content, but completed bibliographies (organized by period or by subject) have a limited scope in the publication period they : Heidi Madden.
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The first edition of A Guide to Serial Bibliographies for Modern Literatures was praised by The Year’s Work in English Studies as an “excellent [and] very useful work of reference.” The second edition, updated and expanded, includes information on electronic serial bibliographies.
Print book: English: 2nd edView all editions and formats Summary: Lists serial bibliographies, including the major humanities and general periodical indexes; works that cover national literatures, literary periods, genres, themes and subjects, and literary authors; and other bibliographies in subjects related to literature, to literary study, and to the literary profession.
The First edition of A Guide to Serial Bibliographies for Modern Literatures was praised by The Year's Work in English Studies as an excellent and very useful work of : William A. Wortman. Get this from a library. A guide to serial bibliographies for modern literatures.
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Serial bibliographies, indexes, and abstracts (print and electronic) that are published or updated at regular intervals are important resources for literature and language scholars since they guide researchers to the most recent scholarship.
At the first stage of a project, researchers should identify the pertinent serial bibliographies, indexes, and abstracts; become thoroughly familiar with their scope. The first edition of A Guide to Serial Bibliographies for Modern Literatures was praised by The Years Work in English Studies as an excellent and very useful work of reference The second edition updated and expanded includes information on electronic serial bibliographies The guide lists serial bibliographies including the.
A selective, evaluative review of scholarship on English, American, and some other literatures in English. Coverage of American literature began in vol.
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A bibliography of modern Arthuriana () British and American utopian literature, an annotated bibliography. British literary bibliography, a bibliographyAuthor: Winnie Shyam. I have not included here all of the serial bibliographies available only in print. For one (now thoroughly outdated) list of them, see Michael J.
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Fisher, John H. "Serial Bibliographies in the Modern Languages and Literatures," PMLA, Vol. LXVI, No. 3, pp. "Descriptions of nearly all of the important serial bibliographies dealing with modern languages and literatures now in existence." Nordmeyer, Henry W. "Germanic Languages and Literatures," PMLA, Vol.
LXVI, No. 3, pp. This selected guide to serial bibliographies covering English language literature is based on an essay bibliography by David E.
Pownall. Other bibliographies of serial bibliographies which were consulted include "A Reference Guide to English Studies," "Periodicals Containing Reviews and Bibliographies," "Serial Bibliographies in the Humanities and Social Sciences," and "Serial.
Annotations fully describe scope, content, and organization; establish the relation to other resources; and are exacting in evaluations Drawing on the author's extensive experience as a reference librarian who frequently dealt with the vexing question of how to identify the contents of periodicals beforeEarly Periodical Indexes is an invaluable guide.
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