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JSTOR Releases Language & Literature Collection

JSTOR has announced the release of the Language & Literature Collection, a compendium of 47 journal titles that span the literary cultures of many nations. The Language & Literature Collection adds 1.4 million new pages to JSTOR's electronic archive of scholarly journals, bringing the total number of pages to more than 11 million.

Developed in conjunction with the Modern Language Association through a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Language & Literature Collection offers insight into linguistics; comparative literature; and literary history, theory, analysis, and scholarship. It also includes core journals in the newer fields of literary criticism that have emerged over the past 30 years. In addition to English, the Language & Literature Collection includes articles in languages such as Arabic, Italian, and Russian.

The collection expands upon 13 language and literature titles that are already available to JSTOR participants through the Arts & Sciences I Collection; 34 of the titles are completely new to the JSTOR archive. A complete list of titles is available at http://www.jstor.org/about/langlit.list.html. More than 250 libraries have already signed agreements to provide access to this collection. Information about fees is available at http://www.jstor.org/about/langlit.fees.html.

Source: JSTOR



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