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Trial Access for Electronic Resources & Databases:2017: May 2017

Bloom's Literature (Facts on File)


Bloom's Literature, formerly Bloom's Literary Reference Online, offers a comprehensive resource for the study of literature, with curated content from authoritative sources. The wide range of material in this award-winning database includes content from Facts On File's extensive literature collection; hundreds of Harold Bloom's essays examining the lives and works of great writers; thousands of critical articles published by noted scholars under the Bloom's Literary Criticism imprint; extensive entries on literary topics, themes, movements, genres, and authors; more than 4,300 video clips; more than 2,700 full-text poems; and more than 9,000 discussion questions on a range of literary topics. A Performance Video gateway page provides easy access to all full-length videos of classic productions—which can be watched either in their entirety or scene by scene using the convenient clips.

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Price Info: 

Annual subscription, 12 months + 3 months free with 15% discount:  $1699.15 (Price quote valid until June 3, 2017)

Dates Available:  5-4-2017 to 5-19-2017


Use the link below for access on campus (off campus access not available for trial period)

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