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LALIS 452: Spanish-American Poetic Texts: Getting Started
Use our interlibrary loan service to request books and articles not available at UR.
Welcome to the course guide for LAIS 452: Spanish American Poetic Texts. Here are some of the best places to start your research.
Remember that if the full text of an article you want to read is not available in the database you are searching, you should use Journal Titles to learn whether we have access and by what means (another database, the publisher's web site, or the print collection in Boatwright).
To search the library catalog for books in Spanish, click the ADVANCED SEARCH tab and select "Spanish" in the LANGUAGE box before submitting your search. Or you can just do your search and then limit by language by using the appropriate section on the left side of the results screen.
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Biographical sketches of over 130,000 authors and critical articles on over 2,000 authors from all times and places, and on their works. Includes essays from reference works, journals, and books. Content covers numerous centuries, mainly 20th and some 19th.; Full-text
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