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The MLA International Bibliography is an index to the content of journals, books, conference proceedings, and other resources in the disciplines of languages, literature, linguistics and folklore. It is indexed by experts in the field and has its own specialized vocabulary and structure to help you limit to authors, works, topics, time periods, and more. How to Search the MLA International Bibliography.
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For best results, refine your search using the advanced search tab. Search smart! The same strategy applies for searching in the MLA as it does in Library One Search. Click on the down arrows for even more specific literature searching options in MLA.
Both of these are searchable simultaneously using Library One Search.
As of January 2012, Project Muse also indexes ebooks, but Rider University Libraries may not have access to these titles as ebooks.
Use Find Journals if a recent or current issue is not full-text in JSTOR to see whether we have access to it in print or another database.
Depending on your topic, these databases might be helpful, too!