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Spanish Literature Bibliography
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Coverage from 1980 to current

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A resource for scholars of Spanish literature, Bibliografía de la Literatura Española is a comprehensive bibliography of all related documentation published in any language. It covers monographs, periodical articles, critical editions of literary works, book reviews, bibliographies, congress proceedings, and other miscellaneous material.

The collection provides bibliographic information on a wide range of subject areas: literary theory, literary genres, popular literature, Hispanism, bibliographies, and authors. The database features not only editions of their works, but also translated editions and critical studies.

Bibliografía de la Literatura Española can be searched by keyword, title, subject, author or reviewer, publication details, journal and publication year, or any combination of these terms.

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