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  • A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism, and Philology - FTP directory of more than 130,000 items, including lists for individual authors and critical schools, literary theory, literary history, aesthetics, semiotics, and related subjects. By Jose Angel Garcia Landa.
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  • Children's Literature: A Guide to Criticism - Includes annotated bibliography of the field to 1985. Includes indices of critics, authors, titles, and subjects. By Linnea Hendrickson.
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  • Contemporary Women Novelists: A Selected Annotated List - "Limited to outstanding first novelists or established novelists who have been undeservedly neglected." Wisconsin Bibliographies in Women's Studies 76, by Helene Androski, 1996.
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  • Critical Bibliography of Japan in English-Language Verse - An annotated guide to the use of Japanese subjects and forms by British, Irish, and American poets, particularly from 1900 to 1950. By David Ewick.
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  • Ernest Bramah Bibliography - A guide to work by and about the writer, including variant editions of his books, appearances in periodicals and anthologies, and biographies, criticism, and reviews; includes cover scans of titles. By Mike Berro.
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  • Essential Chaucer - Annotated bibliography of Chaucer studies, 1900-1984; includes more than 900 records categorized by nearly 90 topics. By Mark Allen and John H. Fisher.
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  • Greek Theater: An Annotated Bibliography - Annotated guide to 182 essays and translated plays that appeared in English from 1824 to 1994. By Stratos Constantinidis.
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  • Howard Fast Bibliography - Includes compilation of primary and secondary materials; includes edition and translation details and cover scans and jacket text of many titles. By Steve Trussel.
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  • Jeffery Farnol Bibliography - Chronological list of Farnol's novels, and notes about biographical and related material; includes cover scans and plot summaries of many titles.
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  • Mitchell's West Indian Bibliography - A guide to English-language non-fiction of and about the West Indies, 1492 to present, organized alphabetically by author; includes over 25,000 titles, most with brief annotation. By Don Mitchell QC.
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  • MLA International Bibliography - Classified subject index of books and articles published on modern languages, literatures, folklore, and linguistics.
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  • Native American Literature: A Selected Bibliography - Alphabetical arrangement of major scholarly studies. By Donna M. Campbell.
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  • Prehistoric Fiction Bibliography - Annotated guide to more than 1,000 "novel[s] set in prehistoric times, or in which the principal characters are members of prehistoric society"; includes indices of titles, publication dates, and authors, and cover scans of most titles. By Steve Trussel.
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  • Women and World Literature: Bibliography of Anthologies of Women's Literature in Translation - Most entries are annotated; includes bibliographies of women's writing in English translation. Wisconsin Bibliographies in Women's Studies 61, by Carolyn J. Kruse, 1992.
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  • Women Mystery Writers - Includes three annotated sections of works with a strong female central character, "Mean Streets" ("hard-boiled atmospherics"), "Tea at the Vicarage" (minimum of violence), and "Making a Statement" (mystery fiction with a social conscience). Wisconsin Bibliographies in Women's Studies 74, by Helene Androski, 1995.
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