Literature online (LION)

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Description

Literature Online provides over 350,000 lfull-text literary works, a vast library of criticism from ABELL and MLA International Bibliography, and other literary reference works.

  • 350,000+ full-text works of English language poetry, prose and drama
  • Annual Bibliography of English Literature and Language (ABELL) - 880,000+ records of articles, monographs and dissertations from 1920 onwards
  • MLA International Bibliography (MLAIB) - 2 million+ records of books and articles from 1926 onwards
  • MLA Directory of Periodicals
  • 350+ full text literature journals
  • Reference books including the Cambridge Companions to Literature series
  • Biographies of the most widely studied authors

 

 Key features

Search options allow you to search by author, text, criticism and reference resource. 
Links to full-text resources in Early English Books Online and JSTOR collections

Results can be saved, emailed, printed or exported to bibliographic software.

Researchers can use My Archives to save items between sessions; save, re-run and modified searches; and receive email alerts for a particular authors.

Please be aware -  if you have used the My Archives feature on the old Literature Online interface, this content will be lost if it is not moved to the new interface.

Subject coverage

  • Literature and literary theory
  • Language and linguistics
  • Dramatic arts

Coverage

International

Updated

9 times per year

You can access in depth help on using LION here

Supplier

Proquest

Language

English

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Getting help

Science, technology and medicine teamYour Librarians

Sarah Whittaker, Keith Nockels, Neil Donohue, Siobhan Cottam & Selina Lock

Telephone: 0116 252 3101
Email: librarians@le.ac.uk

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