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Spanish and Latin American Literature   Tags: foreign_languages, language, latin_america, latin_american, literature, spain, spanish  

A starting point for your research in Spanish and Latin American Literature.
Last Updated: Jul 25, 2014 URL: http://libguides.library.umkc.edu/spanish_lit Print Guide

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Welcome to Miller Nichols Library!

This LibGuide was designed to help you find resources to assist your research in all periods of Spanish and Latin American Literature. By exploring the pages of this LibGuide, you will discover the literary texts and critical works Miller Nichols Library has to offer.

If you're in a hurry, try these sources first:

MLA International Bibliography  Covers poetry, prose, drama, literary criticism, and author biographies

Fuente Académica Provides the text of articles from 450 scholarly journals from Latin America, Portugal and Spain.

Clase & Periodica  Indexes citations for articles from more than 2,600 scholarly journals in Spanish, Portuguese, French, and English.

Latin American Literature at Miller Nichols Library

The Alhambra, Spain

The Alhambra - Granada, Spain

 

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Former Academic Library Fellow Elizabeth Nicholson made significant contributions to this guide.

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